Show Stoppers

19 Artworks

These large-scale artworks are what we dub show stoppers. Allow your collection to come together around these bold centerpieces.

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St. Ives by Ashok Sinha
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The Lightness of Joy is Large by Christina Watka
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Asleep on the Train by Aliza Cohen
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Fruit Punchin by Erin Lynn Welsh
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Hop Scotch (Jersey) by Adrian Kay Wong
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No. 18 by John Platt
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Ovals 6 by Keiko Kamata
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Pool 19N by Eddie K
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Diamond Overtakes Diamond by Aschely Vaughan Cone
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Rue Crémieux by Holly Addi
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on Classon + Greene (AM) - looking like a forest telling of a forest by Kristin Texeira
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Dead Huon Pine adjacent to living population segment #1211- 3609 (10,500 years old, Mount Read, Tasmania) by Rachel Sussman
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Wire Landscape Enlarged by Fitzhugh Karol
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Death Valley Mountain #9 by Jordan Sullivan
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Between two endings / I land, just to pick up and / start over again by Nina Stolz Bellucci
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Let Yourself Go by Christina Watka
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Woven Screen (Sun Gradient) by Rachel Mica Weiss
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Mid-Century House #1 by Dolly Faibyshev
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billions 1 by Ward Roberts

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  • Carry-on Approved
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  • 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.



  • Time & Place
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  • Focusing on absences and things left unsaid, these pieces stand as records of personal time, collecting what’s on hand and what’s out of reach.


  • America Now
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  • Exploring a variety of social issues America faces today, these works bare multiple perspectives meditating and commenting on America now.




  • To Know One Is To No One
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  • Art has the potential to serve as an instrument of empathy, as a mode of seeing the world from a different perspective, through the eyes of the artist. The works in this collection contain a sense of mystery, heightening a different feeling that, on the contrary, we can never truly know a complete reality for anyone other than ourselves.




  • For the Greater Good
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  • 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.





  • Uprise Art x Free Arts NYC
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  • In collaboration with Starbucks, this collection of artwork by Ashok Sinha can be seen at 525 W 26th Street in New York City. Proceeds from this collection will benefit Free Arts NYC.





  • Vases Covered
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  • Toss the flowers, keep the vase. Order by February 11th for arrival by Valentine’s Day, or pick-up directly from the Uprise Art Loft.


  • Found Materials
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  • Collage, assemblage, and mixed media. Lose yourself in works that use materials - and inspiration - from the world around you.