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Guest Curation

The ease of repetition

Nicole Crowder is the founder of Nicole Crowder Upholstery, a Black-owned furniture and upholstery studio creating generational, one-of-a-kind pieces of bespoke furniture. Her works been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, and Martha Stewart Living. We’re delighted to share Nicole's curation of Curina artworks and her methodical, eclectic perspective.

Curated Collection
Discover tiny worlds within these paintings.
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The Mentos collection emphasizes the courage to love oneself. Maybe you’re hard on the outside but a softy within. Or maybe you fizz up and explode when life comes at you too hard. But none of that really matters. Whatever others put on you is meaningless when you know who you are. So what if I look unique? So what if I have a non-stereotypical personality? 
Curated Collection
Seems like vaccines for adults are finally here. We're all a bit nervous, but Dolly did it and we can do it too.
Curated Collection

During the Pandemic, many of us became alone and separated from our closed ones. This separation from people is a blessing in disguise as we start to enjoy mother nature.

Curated Collection
As we take out our long socks and cord trousers, one thing is becoming obvious. Dang, why have I even been shaving? Isn’t it meant to be nature’s wool sweater i.e heat conservation? As an ode to getting furry again, here are some works that let things grow and hang.
Exhibitions

Works in this exhibition highlight the qualities that make trash trash: too commonplace like concrete, traces of previous use like wrinkles on fabric, cheap mass produced items like loofahs… 

Exhibitions

May we suggest...taste as a form of love that transcends mere romance?
“Buds who taste things together stick together.” - Friendsgiving
“You’re so cute, I could just eat you up!” - grandmas 
“My love was so intense, it consumed me.” - cheesy smut novels 
Guest Curation

Basia Goszczynska is a Brooklyn based artist who explores environmental and waste issues through a variety of mediums including sculpture, installation, performance, social practice and new media.  

Curated Collection
Don't be afraid to be square - or rectangle - or triangle.
Curated Collection
Finally, it's Summer. Whatever summer may mean to you - a leisurely picnic, a decadent party on the waters, or enjoying a good book with the windows open - we have something for everyone.
Curated Collection
Sometimes life gets tough and the harder you struggle, the tighter the knots get. What can you do but to close your eyes and thumb your way back to the start, one strand at a time?

Curated Collection
There's rest then there's...REST. The key to not being in your head is fully accepting that you're always in your head.
Curated Collection
Don't be shy. Sometimes more is more.
Curated Collection
This collection was curated by our designer Grace: "I like pastel colors, cloudy, fluidy texture and works with interesting and refined details. When looking at an artwork, I enjoy the “freedom” to explore and travel within. Thus, I pick works with expressionist strokes and softer edges, suggesting movement and gesture in a gentle way."
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In this collection, we recommend artworks for the light, airy and organic look.
Curated Collection
Minimalism is about breaking things down to their most basic form. It can be applied to anything from art and lifestyles to architecture and interior design. When talking about minimalist interior design, it's characterized by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with color used as an accent. In this collection, we recommend the "essential" artworks for your simple and free lifestyle.
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Explore works that will bring out the dark - but good - side of you.
Curated Collection

As a kid, you ever felt this sudden rebellious courage to start packing your stuff to leave for good after getting whooped by your mom? That’s basically this show and collection.

Well, this may not be *as* underrated as the others, some of y’all might argue. Fair point - but in my dictionary, if the IG account of the show doesn’t have as many followers as the one for Stranger Things then we still have a long way to go dudes! If you haven’t seen it, this show is about a psychopath who goes out on a ride around town with an equivalently troubled potty-mouth. 

This is a series staff picks by Undram

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The Platform is the punch in the stomach you feel the moment you go down the top of a roller coaster. It’s a painfully good ride, but also a short one. There is no climax within but the whole movie itself is one giant climax. Plus, it’s in Spanish. I hope this collection brings you that horrendous gut-wrenching feeling that I’m talking about.

This is a series staff picks by Undram

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Dark explores the intricacies and complications of time travel when handed to the wrong beings, aka humans. As humans, we are often emotional, selfish, and make terrible decisions. Now add time travel to this and you get chaos. This collection is inspired by THAT chaos: mind-boggling, brain-melting chaos that you just can’t resist.

This is a series staff picks by Undram

Guest Curation

Laura Bishai (She/her/hers) is the founder of Body Language, a writing project that brings conversations about sex into the open.  

Read our interview with Laura here 

Guest Curation

Hayley Cranberry Small is an urban planner, ceramicist, and disability justice advocate. She is the founder of Lutte Collective, a space and community for disabled and chronically ill artists. 

Read our interview with Hayley here 

Curated Collection

Shedding light on the works that prefers to stay in the dark: "I like works that have a harsher context to it and are on the bleaker side for the color scheme.  I think this collection reflects the thoughts of the viewer back on them, because the viewer projects their own interpretations onto the pieces.  I like the openness of meaning and that it opens the door to conversation. "

Staff Picks by Devon

Curated Collection
Craving something a little on the spooky side?  Get ready to sink your eyes into these works.
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"I often feel like I live life in the space between two worlds, walking a tightrope between opposite forces. Analytical & Creative. Passion & Indifference.  Dark & Light. This collection contains pieces that appeal to that sense of balance, and contrast. I like pieces that are bold, and dramatic, but also soft, and illusory. I usually hang artwork in clusters throughout my home, in odd-numbered groupings, with scattered placements. I move pieces around a lot, mixing up with groupings to give it a new feel."

Staff Picks by Paige

Curated Collection
As we take out our long socks and cord trousers, one thing is becoming obvious. Dang, why have I even been shaving? Isn’t it meant to be nature’s wool sweater i.e heat conservation? As an ode to getting furry again, here are some works that let things grow and hang.
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This curation is all about Thanksgiving, curated by Paige, one of our interns.

"For me, Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays, full of family, food, and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. It is one of the best days of the year, capped off with drinks and epic boardgame battles with my parents and siblings. This year of course will be different, for me, it will be a Gobblerito, a good bourbon ale, and a Zoom background full of one of a kind artwork! I built this Gallery Wall inspired by the feeling, fun, and humor of the holiday while representing the uniquely complicated strangeness of 2020."

Take15% Off Gift Cards with the code YAY15

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Every speck, brush stroke, and pigment all lead to one common goal in this collection of vicariously vibrant works.
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This edition is an ode to post election stress relief, creating a “blue wall” to mark the changing of the guard with feelings of hope, optimism, with liberty & justice for all.
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These works spark *joy*.
Curated Collection
Bring in nature with these earth toned artworks.
Curated Collection
Plant lovers and art lovers unite!
Curated Collection
You can look but you can't touch: eight+ months into quarantine and just the sight of something -anything-  tactile is otherworldly. These artworks are so highly textured you can feel them just by looking at them, adding dimension to any wall of any room.
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What I see when I hear the word “rubble”. My love of moss (on rocks, trees, grout lines in tiles). What I dreamed I could dig up from my backyard when I was seven. These snippets of memory and fantasy build from my experience with the bizarre overlap in nature and infrastructure in suburbia. I took inspiration for this collection from snapshots from my memory of the overlooked undergrowth. Fairy rings in mulched over medians, bits of gravel with neon paint mysteriously on the corners, and my esteemed childhood collection of fanciful woodchip shapes are just a few of the nostalgia ridden images that bring these works together.


"Works that call on my memories and idealizations of the overgrown corners I rooted around in my childhood."

- Curina Staff, Katie


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Curina salutes unruly women everywhere! This collection is inspired by women who defy control, from social constructs, from beauty norms, and even cancer.

20% of proceeds from artwork in this collection will be donated to P.ink, a non-profit organization empowering women to take back their bodies after mastectomies by providing tattoos at no cost.

Gift Guide

 

Character card: Owns patent leather trousers / Dyed their own hair neon green / Has NTS radio on their phone

They firmly believe comfort is for suckers. Dance until you drop, turn on them five strobe lights until you can barely see, turn up the volume until your neighbors start banging on your wall with brooms. 

Gift Guide

New Years Eve 2012, my family and I ended up going to bed at 10:50 PM. What’s better than dazzling fireworks, tangy champagne, and ear-banging loud cheers of countdown? Sleep, apparently.

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Unf**kwithable  |  The cool older relative  vibes  | Marie Kondo folding 

They rejoice at the occasional heartfelt random interactions on the subway but feel the most rejuvenated within the presence of their own mind. Like the works in this collection, their conversations are steered by a rather complex subject matter. 

But no matter what -- there’s always that one person who has to get their full beauty sleep. And this collection is for them!

Gift Guide

This collection is inspired by the jolly holiday spirit embodied by those who rewatch Home Alone every year. Cozy pajamas? Check. Hot chocolate? Check. Snuggly movie partner? Check.

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Bodega sandwiches for lunch | Yearly visit to the Rockefeller tree | Favourite playlist on loop

They seek the comforting fuzzy feelings of re-visiting their favorite bookstore for the hundredth time but also enjoy a hint of bold adventure every now and then. This collection is for the art enthusiast who wants pieces where the sentiment of home and escapade coexist.

If you have a special someone like this in your life, look no further. Gift them anything from this collection and you’ll successfully avoid being what the French call les incompetents.

Gift Guide

Perpetually connected, they never stop sending flowers. Wether waiting on a note from Mr. Darcy or stumbling through a secret garden, subdued purples and the colors of springtime speak to their warm heart.

 

Gift Guide
Well planned friend group valentines scavenger hunt anyone? They were the kid in school who had chocolates and a note for everyone in the class. From a thoughtful date to an anti-valentines group hang, clean lines and solidly constructed palettes define the love this grounded soul has for others.
Gift Guide

Warm colors in earthy tones are where their heart is, but neons and bold shapes put their head somewhere else. 

Gift Guide
For the environmentally-conscious plant mom who takes to nature in her downtime tending the garden, composting, going on nature hikes, and bird-watching.
Guest Curation

Seema is a Brooklyn based multidisciplinary artist and accomplished sustainability consultant who explores the intersection between sustainability, art, culture, and the built-environment with an aim of connecting audiences with an experiential awareness of nature and primordial forms. Her work ranges from sculptures made from recycled materials, public art, painting, photography, wood-working, light sculptures, and kinetic interactive sculptures. 

 

Her sculptural works have been featured in Vogue India and Fine Woodworking Magazine and have been shown in venues such as Pioneer Works, Plaxall Gallery, BRIC Arts, Wagner College, FIT, Prospect Park, Governor’s Island, and others. She has made works for recipients such as Khizr Khan and Chelsea Clinton. Seema also currently teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in sustainable building at NYSID and FIT SUNY and consults in the environmental building field. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

20% of proceeds from this collection will be donated to the Buckminster Fuller Institute.

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Seema says: "I selected works for this collection with a particular proclivity towards reclaimed materials, subject matters that celebrate natural forms, and topics that address consumerism and environmental decay."  

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Guest Curation

The ease of repetition

Nicole Crowder is the founder of Nicole Crowder Upholstery, a Black-owned furniture and upholstery studio creating generational, one-of-a-kind pieces of bespoke furniture. Her works been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, and Martha Stewart Living. We’re delighted to share Nicole's curation of Curina artworks and her methodical, eclectic perspective.

collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Discover tiny worlds within these paintings.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
The Mentos collection emphasizes the courage to love oneself. Maybe you’re hard on the outside but a softy within. Or maybe you fizz up and explode when life comes at you too hard. But none of that really matters. Whatever others put on you is meaningless when you know who you are. So what if I look unique? So what if I have a non-stereotypical personality? 
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Seems like vaccines for adults are finally here. We're all a bit nervous, but Dolly did it and we can do it too.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection

During the Pandemic, many of us became alone and separated from our closed ones. This separation from people is a blessing in disguise as we start to enjoy mother nature.

collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
As we take out our long socks and cord trousers, one thing is becoming obvious. Dang, why have I even been shaving? Isn’t it meant to be nature’s wool sweater i.e heat conservation? As an ode to getting furry again, here are some works that let things grow and hang.
collection-cover-image
Exhibitions

Works in this exhibition highlight the qualities that make trash trash: too commonplace like concrete, traces of previous use like wrinkles on fabric, cheap mass produced items like loofahs… 

collection-cover-image
Exhibitions

May we suggest...taste as a form of love that transcends mere romance?
“Buds who taste things together stick together.” - Friendsgiving
“You’re so cute, I could just eat you up!” - grandmas 
“My love was so intense, it consumed me.” - cheesy smut novels 
collection-cover-image
Guest Curation

Basia Goszczynska is a Brooklyn based artist who explores environmental and waste issues through a variety of mediums including sculpture, installation, performance, social practice and new media.  

collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Don't be afraid to be square - or rectangle - or triangle.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Finally, it's Summer. Whatever summer may mean to you - a leisurely picnic, a decadent party on the waters, or enjoying a good book with the windows open - we have something for everyone.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Sometimes life gets tough and the harder you struggle, the tighter the knots get. What can you do but to close your eyes and thumb your way back to the start, one strand at a time?

collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
There's rest then there's...REST. The key to not being in your head is fully accepting that you're always in your head.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Don't be shy. Sometimes more is more.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
This collection was curated by our designer Grace: "I like pastel colors, cloudy, fluidy texture and works with interesting and refined details. When looking at an artwork, I enjoy the “freedom” to explore and travel within. Thus, I pick works with expressionist strokes and softer edges, suggesting movement and gesture in a gentle way."
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
In this collection, we recommend artworks for the light, airy and organic look.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Minimalism is about breaking things down to their most basic form. It can be applied to anything from art and lifestyles to architecture and interior design. When talking about minimalist interior design, it's characterized by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with color used as an accent. In this collection, we recommend the "essential" artworks for your simple and free lifestyle.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Explore works that will bring out the dark - but good - side of you.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection

As a kid, you ever felt this sudden rebellious courage to start packing your stuff to leave for good after getting whooped by your mom? That’s basically this show and collection.

Well, this may not be *as* underrated as the others, some of y’all might argue. Fair point - but in my dictionary, if the IG account of the show doesn’t have as many followers as the one for Stranger Things then we still have a long way to go dudes! If you haven’t seen it, this show is about a psychopath who goes out on a ride around town with an equivalently troubled potty-mouth. 

This is a series staff picks by Undram

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Curated Collection

The Platform is the punch in the stomach you feel the moment you go down the top of a roller coaster. It’s a painfully good ride, but also a short one. There is no climax within but the whole movie itself is one giant climax. Plus, it’s in Spanish. I hope this collection brings you that horrendous gut-wrenching feeling that I’m talking about.

This is a series staff picks by Undram

collection-cover-image
Curated Collection

Dark explores the intricacies and complications of time travel when handed to the wrong beings, aka humans. As humans, we are often emotional, selfish, and make terrible decisions. Now add time travel to this and you get chaos. This collection is inspired by THAT chaos: mind-boggling, brain-melting chaos that you just can’t resist.

This is a series staff picks by Undram

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Guest Curation

Laura Bishai (She/her/hers) is the founder of Body Language, a writing project that brings conversations about sex into the open.  

Read our interview with Laura here 

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Guest Curation

Hayley Cranberry Small is an urban planner, ceramicist, and disability justice advocate. She is the founder of Lutte Collective, a space and community for disabled and chronically ill artists. 

Read our interview with Hayley here 

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Curated Collection

Shedding light on the works that prefers to stay in the dark: "I like works that have a harsher context to it and are on the bleaker side for the color scheme.  I think this collection reflects the thoughts of the viewer back on them, because the viewer projects their own interpretations onto the pieces.  I like the openness of meaning and that it opens the door to conversation. "

Staff Picks by Devon

collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Craving something a little on the spooky side?  Get ready to sink your eyes into these works.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection

"I often feel like I live life in the space between two worlds, walking a tightrope between opposite forces. Analytical & Creative. Passion & Indifference.  Dark & Light. This collection contains pieces that appeal to that sense of balance, and contrast. I like pieces that are bold, and dramatic, but also soft, and illusory. I usually hang artwork in clusters throughout my home, in odd-numbered groupings, with scattered placements. I move pieces around a lot, mixing up with groupings to give it a new feel."

Staff Picks by Paige

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Curated Collection
As we take out our long socks and cord trousers, one thing is becoming obvious. Dang, why have I even been shaving? Isn’t it meant to be nature’s wool sweater i.e heat conservation? As an ode to getting furry again, here are some works that let things grow and hang.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection

This curation is all about Thanksgiving, curated by Paige, one of our interns.

"For me, Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays, full of family, food, and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. It is one of the best days of the year, capped off with drinks and epic boardgame battles with my parents and siblings. This year of course will be different, for me, it will be a Gobblerito, a good bourbon ale, and a Zoom background full of one of a kind artwork! I built this Gallery Wall inspired by the feeling, fun, and humor of the holiday while representing the uniquely complicated strangeness of 2020."

Take15% Off Gift Cards with the code YAY15

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Curated Collection
Every speck, brush stroke, and pigment all lead to one common goal in this collection of vicariously vibrant works.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
This edition is an ode to post election stress relief, creating a “blue wall” to mark the changing of the guard with feelings of hope, optimism, with liberty & justice for all.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
These works spark *joy*.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Bring in nature with these earth toned artworks.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
Plant lovers and art lovers unite!
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection
You can look but you can't touch: eight+ months into quarantine and just the sight of something -anything-  tactile is otherworldly. These artworks are so highly textured you can feel them just by looking at them, adding dimension to any wall of any room.
collection-cover-image
Curated Collection

What I see when I hear the word “rubble”. My love of moss (on rocks, trees, grout lines in tiles). What I dreamed I could dig up from my backyard when I was seven. These snippets of memory and fantasy build from my experience with the bizarre overlap in nature and infrastructure in suburbia. I took inspiration for this collection from snapshots from my memory of the overlooked undergrowth. Fairy rings in mulched over medians, bits of gravel with neon paint mysteriously on the corners, and my esteemed childhood collection of fanciful woodchip shapes are just a few of the nostalgia ridden images that bring these works together.


"Works that call on my memories and idealizations of the overgrown corners I rooted around in my childhood."

- Curina Staff, Katie


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Curated Collection

Curina salutes unruly women everywhere! This collection is inspired by women who defy control, from social constructs, from beauty norms, and even cancer.

20% of proceeds from artwork in this collection will be donated to P.ink, a non-profit organization empowering women to take back their bodies after mastectomies by providing tattoos at no cost.

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Gift Guide

 

Character card: Owns patent leather trousers / Dyed their own hair neon green / Has NTS radio on their phone

They firmly believe comfort is for suckers. Dance until you drop, turn on them five strobe lights until you can barely see, turn up the volume until your neighbors start banging on your wall with brooms. 

collection-cover-image
Gift Guide

New Years Eve 2012, my family and I ended up going to bed at 10:50 PM. What’s better than dazzling fireworks, tangy champagne, and ear-banging loud cheers of countdown? Sleep, apparently.

Character card

Unf**kwithable  |  The cool older relative  vibes  | Marie Kondo folding 

They rejoice at the occasional heartfelt random interactions on the subway but feel the most rejuvenated within the presence of their own mind. Like the works in this collection, their conversations are steered by a rather complex subject matter. 

But no matter what -- there’s always that one person who has to get their full beauty sleep. And this collection is for them!

collection-cover-image
Gift Guide

This collection is inspired by the jolly holiday spirit embodied by those who rewatch Home Alone every year. Cozy pajamas? Check. Hot chocolate? Check. Snuggly movie partner? Check.

Character card

Bodega sandwiches for lunch | Yearly visit to the Rockefeller tree | Favourite playlist on loop

They seek the comforting fuzzy feelings of re-visiting their favorite bookstore for the hundredth time but also enjoy a hint of bold adventure every now and then. This collection is for the art enthusiast who wants pieces where the sentiment of home and escapade coexist.

If you have a special someone like this in your life, look no further. Gift them anything from this collection and you’ll successfully avoid being what the French call les incompetents.

collection-cover-image
Gift Guide

Perpetually connected, they never stop sending flowers. Wether waiting on a note from Mr. Darcy or stumbling through a secret garden, subdued purples and the colors of springtime speak to their warm heart.

 

collection-cover-image
Gift Guide
Well planned friend group valentines scavenger hunt anyone? They were the kid in school who had chocolates and a note for everyone in the class. From a thoughtful date to an anti-valentines group hang, clean lines and solidly constructed palettes define the love this grounded soul has for others.
collection-cover-image
Gift Guide

Warm colors in earthy tones are where their heart is, but neons and bold shapes put their head somewhere else. 

collection-cover-image
Gift Guide
For the environmentally-conscious plant mom who takes to nature in her downtime tending the garden, composting, going on nature hikes, and bird-watching.
collection-cover-image
Guest Curation

Seema is a Brooklyn based multidisciplinary artist and accomplished sustainability consultant who explores the intersection between sustainability, art, culture, and the built-environment with an aim of connecting audiences with an experiential awareness of nature and primordial forms. Her work ranges from sculptures made from recycled materials, public art, painting, photography, wood-working, light sculptures, and kinetic interactive sculptures. 

 

Her sculptural works have been featured in Vogue India and Fine Woodworking Magazine and have been shown in venues such as Pioneer Works, Plaxall Gallery, BRIC Arts, Wagner College, FIT, Prospect Park, Governor’s Island, and others. She has made works for recipients such as Khizr Khan and Chelsea Clinton. Seema also currently teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in sustainable building at NYSID and FIT SUNY and consults in the environmental building field. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

20% of proceeds from this collection will be donated to the Buckminster Fuller Institute.

_____

Seema says: "I selected works for this collection with a particular proclivity towards reclaimed materials, subject matters that celebrate natural forms, and topics that address consumerism and environmental decay."  

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