West Harlem Art Fund kicks off the fall season with an all-female exhibition & public mural where NATURE MATTERS

West Harlem Art Fund kicks off the fall season with an all-female exhibition & public mural where NATURE MATTERS

Elements presented by the West Harlem Art Fund is a multi-disciplinary exhibition, that features an international roster of women artists in their exhibition space (NP/10) on Governors Island, beginning September 10th. Also featured is Floral Love Project, a participatory mural led by veteran artist Kraig Blue from September 10th through 12th, and the outdoor sculptural installation Garden Sentinel by NYC-based artist Michele Brody. Drawing inspiration from a Native American proverb ”Peace comes within the souls of men when they realize their oneness with the Universe when they realize it is really everywhere… it is within each one of us,” artists were carefully selected to convey how nature continues to work in harmony with human life. Whether creating textile, using live petals, handcrafted design, or new media — Sagarika Sundaram, Yi Hsuan Sung, Yalan Wen, and Valerie Hallier offer the public new approaches fo
Elements presented by the West Harlem Art Fund is a multi-disciplinary exhibition, that features an international roster of women artists in their exhibition space (NP/10) on Governors Island, beginning September 10th. Also featured is Floral Love Project, a participatory mural led by veteran artist Kraig Blue from September 10th through 12th, and the outdoor sculptural installation Garden Sentinel by NYC-based artist Michele Brody. Drawing inspiration from a Native American proverb ”Peace comes within the souls of men when they realize their oneness with the Universe when they realize it is really everywhere… it is within each one of us,” artists were carefully selected to convey how nature continues to work in harmony with human life. Whether creating textile, using live petals, handcrafted design, or new media — Sagarika Sundaram, Yi Hsuan Sung, Yalan Wen, and Valerie Hallier offer the public new approaches fo