BOSTON (CBS) — On Tuesday, local artist Lori-Anne Fay will be homeless, but on Memorial Day her work was on display at the Museum of Fine Arts.

“I’m so grateful. I feel excited,” she told WBZ-TV. “It really offsets some negative things in my life.”

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Fay is one of four artists, either homeless or disabled, whose work is being showcased at the MFA on Monday only.

Lori-Anne Fay shows off one of her art pieces at the Museum of Fine Arts. (WBZ-TV)

Lori-Anne Fay shows off one of her art pieces at the Museum of Fine Arts. (WBZ-TV)

Their work is being seen thanks to ArtLifting, a social enterprise that empowers artists that are homeless or disabled through the sale and celebration of their artwork, according to Natalie Lemle, the director of corporate partnership.

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The Boston-based organization, which also works in 11 other cities, is helping 80 artists.

Allen Chamberland is forced to get around in a wheelchair because of chronic heart disease, but that doesn’t stop him from creating art using a single sheet of black paper and a utility knife. Once homeless, he portrays scenes in Boston where the homeless sleep.

Kitty Zen, a painter, is homeless and suffers from PTSD. She paints with bright colors to make her world “more upbeat and beautiful.”

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Kitty Zen with her art pieces on display at the Museum of Fine Arts. (WBZ-TV)

Kitty Zen with her art pieces on display at the Museum of Fine Arts. (WBZ-TV)

The artists will receive 55-percent from the sales of their work.