Visit Our New Gallery Page

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Anne Marie has completed nine portraits and she has another 3 portraits in the works. We’ve added a Gallery page to the website so that each of the portraits can be seen here online.

Please consider a donation to our GoFundMe page to help Angels of Addictions set up a non-profit organization to promote Anne Marie’s vision of raising awareness of heroin addiction through art.

Anne Marie plans to create a traveling art show of portraits of those who have succumbed to heroin addiction which she hopes to bring first to the State House in New Hampshire and then across the nation, to the U.S. Capitol.

Long term goals for Angels of Addictions include raising money for a yearly scholarship in Jacqueline Zanfagna’s name for an outstanding student who plans to work in addiction recovery and art therapy. Angels of Addictions also plans to support other local addiction resources including a sober house for heroin addictions.

WMUR’s Chronicle: Thursday, February 11th: Angels of Addiction

Thursday’s edition of WMUR’s Chronicle is available to watch online here:  February 11th: Angels of Addiction:

“A Plaistow mom is using her art to help heal. Anne Marie Zanfagna’s daughter Jackie was a victim of the heroin and opioid crisis facing our state. Now Anne Marie is keeping the faces of those lost, alive, and through her art she has found her voice and a way to help others.”
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The outpouring of love and support for my work is so heartening. I’ve received more requests for portraits since this aired and anticipate as more people watch online I will continue to receive requests.

Please consider a donation to Angels of Addictions Startup Fund on GoFundMe to help pay for art supplies, the website and startup costs for a nonprofit (see the Wishlist on GoFundMe).

My goal is to take the portraits I am painting on a traveling exhibit to State Houses around the country and Capitol Hill in effort to raise awareness, provide solace and healing, to help erase the stigma of heroin addiction and most importantly get more help for our children as the heroin epidemic continues to grow.

Love and light… Anne Marie Zanfagna

WMUR to Air Chronicle Interview on Thursday

Tune in to WMUR’s Chronicle on Thursday:

“A Plaistow mom is using her art to help heal. Anne Marie Zanfagna’s daughter Jackie was a victim of the heroin and opioid crisis facing our state. Now Anne Marie is keeping the faces of those lost, alive, and through her art she has found her voice and a way to help others.”
WMUR Photo

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