Awesome Artistic Approaches to Hurricane Sandy Fundraising – artmarketblog.com
Hurricane Sandy hit New York really hard. Many artists and galleries have come out in support of those affected by Hurricane Sandy by offering limited edition artworks with proceeds going to Sandy victims. Dig deep and help support those affected.
Blue Marble (Sandy Benefit Edition), by 20×200 Artist Fund
The all-seeing NASA’s GOES-13 satellite captured this visible image of the Northern Hemisphere on Sunday, October 28 at 1302 UTC—that’s 9:02 a.m, approximately ten hours before NYC’s MTA shut all transport service down throughout the tri-state area and less than a day before Tropical Storm Sandy gathered full force in the Atlantic Ocean and hit land somewhere in New Jersey. The line of clouds from the Gulf of Mexico north are associated with the cold front that Sandy is merging with. Sandy’s western cloud edge is already over the Mid-Atlantic and northeastern U.S.
Credit: NASA GOES Project
All net revenue from sales of this edition will benefit the American Red Cross’s efforts to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
I STILL LOVE NY” Hurricane Sandy relief T-Shirt by Sebastian Errazuriz
100% of the profit goes to Hurricane Sandy relief programs.
Behind the art
Sebastian Errazuriz’s studio was paralyzed after the hurricane. Unable to work and tired of watching the horrible disaster unfold on the news, Errazuriz decided to design something to help raise much-needed relief funds. This idea occurred to him after seeing the water line marked on the walls of the flooded galleries in New York’s Chelsea art district.
Photo by Man Bartlett
This photo was taken during a recent residency at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. I spent a month creating sculptural installations from furniture and various art-related implements that I found in and around my studio there. I was grateful to have a skylight in my space and decided to build a tower up into it…
Note: 50% of proceeds from this print will be donated to recovery efforts related to Superstorm Sandy. The other 50% will go towards paying my November rent. I’ll post all the numbers/costs below when available. Please allow at least 3 weeks for shipping. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joel Zimmer photo
Lighting Up – Photo Print – All Proceeds go to Charity
This photograph was made on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade in Brooklyn, NY. It was taken as ConEdison was powering up the lower half of Manhattan after people were without power for 4 days.
Art For Sandy Relief is looking to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy through art!
The item you are bidding on is an original page from Superman/Batman #54 drawn by Rags Morales, donated by Alex Gonzalez. Rags Morales is an American comic book artist with art credits on books such as Superman/Batman, Action Comics (New 52), Batman Confidential, Identity Crisis, Countdown to Infinite Crisis and much more for DC Comics.
The piece is an ink drawing on 11×17 Bristol Board.
All Proceeds will go to the Steven Siller Tunnels to Tower Hurricane Foundation.
For more on Art For Sandy Relief, check out
The Last Good Man edition
6.5″x10″ image (8.5″x11 paper), hand signed, open edition, archival pigment print
(includes shipping in the U.S.)
This portrait of artist Scott Musgrove was created in March of 2012 as part of our on-going artist portrait series
We are donating all profits from the sale of these prints to The American Red Cross.
Help Rebuild DUMBO Businesses & Art Spaces Post-Sandy (NOTE: DATE CHANGE)
DUMBO Improvement District
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)
New York, NY
Times Square Pour by Molly Dilworth
Times Square Pour is an edition by Molly Dilworth exclusively on ArtWeLove
In the wake of the terrible destruction left by Hurricane Sandy, Molly Dilworth and ArtWeLove have partnered to create a 16 x 20 inches version of this popular print and effective 11/2/2012, all sales of all sizes of Times Square Pour will go to benefit the American Red Cross’s Sandy relief efforts.
“Lights Out” Benefit print for Hurricane Sandy Victims by Logan Hicks
100% of the profits raised will be donated directly to the Red Cross. Shipping is included in the price. All prints will be shipped rolled in a poster tube.
Title: “SoHo Illuminated by a food cart”
Medium: Digital C-print on Metallic paper
Size: 24 x 18 inches (61 x 46 cm) (image size 23 x 17 with quarter inch border)
Price: $100.00 (shipping included)
The Pulse: Charity Auction
The Pulse are auctioning off art bundles – which will each go to the single highest bidder.
100% of the proceeds will benefit The Mayors Fund to Advance New York City.
New York abstract artist Marylyn Dintenfass Fundraiser
“With the support of my gallery, Driscoll Babcock Galleries, this Thursday, November 8 … we will hold a Hurricane Relief Fundraiser for Artists at my studio with all proceeds going to the New York Foundation for the Arts, NYFA Emergency Artist Fund,”
Anyone who makes a minimum contribution of $20 will be rewarded with a signed limited edition original inkjet print, with donations of $50 or more rewarded by an additional print of choice.
“I STILL LOVE NY” Hurricane Sandy relief T-Shirt
*Nicholas Forrest is a Sydney/London based art market analyst, art consultant and writer. He is the founder of the Art Market Blog (artmarketblog.com) which offers independent commentaries as well as research and analysis on the current art market, and has recently been published in Fabrik magazine, Verve magazine, Visual Art Beat magazine, Australian Art Collector magazine, Art & Investment magazine and many others. Nic has made several radio appearances (both nationally and internationally) as an art market expert and has received press from the likes of the New York Times, Conde Nast Portfolio and Times of London.
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