Explore mixed-media works from Uprise Art artists in which fiber, cloth, and rope take center-stage.
Uprise Art is proud to feature several of our Asian and Pacific Islander artists this year in celebration of AAPI Heritage Month.
Uprise Art is celebrating Black History Month this year by highlighting Black women artists.
Let the light in. A collection that celebrates long days, from photographs that practically shine to hanging sculptures that reflect and refract.
From soft blues to sandy tans, hear the waves and see summer realized in these works of art.
Lush landscapes and fresh florals, just in time for spring.
Recognizing everyday moments, like the morning light shining through the window or reading in your favorite spot.
We partnered with four different Brooklyn print studios to create an exclusive suite of prints by four Uprise Art artists.
Collect them before they’re gone. These limited edition photographs and prints are down to their final few.
Collect art and provide a meal to the Asian American seniors in our community. 100% of proceeds directly benefit Heart of Dinner.
A collection that celebrates the classic combination of these chromatically contrasting extremes.
Stories of summer told through a collection of timeless works.
Uprise Art celebrates Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month with a collection of artwork by five artists from this diverse and rich community.
We collaborated with Louelle, a company that creates luxury sleeping bags, bedding, and accessories for children, on this collection of works perfect for a nursery on any budget.
For the second edition of our Print Series, artists Aliza Morell, Chad Kouri, Scott Sueme, and Senem Oezdogan created limited-edition prints in collaboration with three Brooklyn print studios.
These large-scale artworks are what we dub show stoppers. Allow your collection to come together around these bold centerpieces.
Toss the flowers, keep the vase. One-of-a-kind art objects for your plants and flowers.
The author of Joyful, Ingrid Fetell Lee, shares a special collection curated according to the 10 aesthetics of joy from her new book.
A collection of 20 works to bring joy to your everyday routine, curated in collaboration with Ingrid Fetell Lee, author of Joyful.
A focus on texture - from paintings with heavy impasto to organic sculptures in earthy hues.
Where words and imagery meet — in all forms. From the written word to abstracted symbols of language.
An homage to nature. A collection of works that bring the outdoors in.
Paintings, photographs, and mixed media that focus on a familiar form.
Easy on the eyes. A collection of paintings, photographs, and objects that find light in its absence.
When you can’t find the words. A collection of works inspired by that famous four letter word.
Children deserve a clean start. 100% of proceeds from this collection will be donated to Children of Promise, which offers support programming to children of incarcerated parents.