Ahh, I want to go to all of those pools. This is the dreamy mixed media work of Brooklyn based artist Lizzie Gill. I’ve written about her before, but when I found out she was selling framed limited edition prints with the goal of helping in the fight against COVID19, I couldn’t put this post together fast enough.
Here are Lizzie’s words about this fundraiser:
“Houseparty” is a curated selection of limited edition print works by artist Lizzie Gill, benefitting healthcare workers on the front lines. 25% of proceeds will go to Fuel The Fight NYC, which provides meals from local NYC restaurants, to those working tirelessly to keep us safe. @Fuelthefightnyc
As we reconsider how we access and interact with artwork during this time of worldwide separation and instability, the artist intentionally created this collection, of ready to hang works, to address this current disconnect. The series, created in isolation, features surrealist compositions ironically juxtaposed with titles based in reality. Such as in Meet Me Anywhere (But My Apartment). These works are inspired by a shared longing for escapism, captured through the visual language of transferred nostalgia. Each work is an edition of 25 priced at $450, artworks arrive framed and ready to hang (out with you).
She has already sent $1000 to Fuel The Fight NYC, and you can help her send more. Pick your framed pool party right here.