From soft blues to sandy tans, hear the waves and see summer realized in these works of art.
Works from the four most recent Uprise Artists at the Canal Street Market residency, from sculpture to painting.
Explore mixed-media works from Uprise Art artists in which fiber, cloth, and rope take center-stage.
Unique one-of-a-kind ceramic artworks, perfect at every scale. All pieces are available for complimentary same-day delivery Monday through Friday in New York City. Simply include “Same Day Delivery” under special instructions in check out.
Whether you’re traveling around the world or around the block, taking art with you shouldn’t be a hassle. These small, easy to transport works, are all under $300 and perfect for gifting.
In collaboration with Starbucks, this collection of artwork by Chad Kouri can be seen at 525 W 26th Street in New York City. Proceeds from this collection will benefit Free Arts NYC.
From soothing and whimsical to bold and playful, artwork that will grow with your child—and that you can enjoy, too.
Flowers may wilt with time, but your stylish home will last. We’ve got your artful vases covered as a special collection for Valentine’s day 2017.
In honor of International Women’s Day, Uprise Art and the artists featured are donating 100% of proceeds from “For the Greater Good” to Planned Parenthood.
Multifaceted and three-dimensional, these works highlight the art of layering up, from hand-sewn paper to recycled fur.
A celebration of the classic combination of these chromatically contrasting extremes.
From court lines to team spirit, photographs and paintings that examine the games we play.
We bring you a collection of works inspired by California’s endless sun, swimming pools, and iconic landscapes
Mid-Century design is one of the most ubiquitous influences on contemporary spaces today. Find the perfect, timeless piece to elevate your space.
Ethereal, floating, and free. With negative space and room to breathe.
Stately pieces of stature, with much to say.
Photographic works that utilize in-studio staged and collage methods, rather than software, to create the illusion of flatness.