For the Greater Good

11 Artworks

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.

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Two Way St. by Virginia Sin
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Vessel #2 by Allison Reimus
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Sketchbook (Series) by Ryan James MacFarland
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Nugget 3 by Melissa Arendt
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Mountain with Handles #15 by Rebeca Raney
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Living Wall by Danna Ray
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Do It Until You Can't by Alyson Provax
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Milk Jug Vase by Dana Bechert
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Flew Her Away by Anne Harper
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Black Sezuki by Adam Frezza & Terri Chiao
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Untitled (window, dots) by Vicki Sher

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