Artist Pledge

June 29, 2020  •  9 Comments

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many artists have found themselves without work, teaching, technical support and gallery work. Exhibitions and sales have disappeared. In an attempt to help alleviate some of this stress Matthew Burrows has instigated the ARTIST SUPPORT PLEDGE #artistsupportpledge back in March 2020. Many artists around the world have been taking part. 

The concept is simple - artists post to Instagram artwork they are willing to sell for under $200. When an artist reaches $1000 in sales, she pledges to buy $200 worth of art from someone else.

I have been participating in the pledge on Instagram and sold several photographs. I decided to expand my pledge to my website.

Here is the special deal for the pledge until September 30th: $25 for 8x10" (20x25cm) print with mat or 11x14" (28x35cm) not matted. Free shipping in the US. International - I'll have to check on pricing. This applies to any non-square images.

Message me if interested in this or any other print sizes.


 


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Rocky Mountain Raw(non-registered)
As is tradition, exactly what we can expect from curator Cecilia Alemani’s show, “The Milk of Dreams”—which takes its title from a book by the Surrealist painter Leonora Carrington—will be kept under wraps until the preview next week. But what we do know is that it will draw on themes of Surrealism, otherworldliness, and transformation beyond human forms.

According to Alemani, a few fundamental questions underpin the exhibition: “How is the definition of the human changing? What constitutes life, and what differentiates plant and animal, human and non-human?”

In looking forward, the curator will also look backward to mine history and explore overlooked moments, figures, and perspectives for new answers. In seeking to center women and non-gender-conforming artists, the show will look back to patriarchal narratives surrounding occultism and the history of the witch. Looking to the future, the show will also consider posthuman possibilities, such as cyborgs, as modes of survival for the human spirit.
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Exhibitions and sales have disappeared.

In an attempt to help alleviate some of this stress Matthew Burrows has instigated the ARTIST SUPPORT PLEDGE #artistsupportpledge back in March 2020.

Many artists around the world have been taking part.
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