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ARTIST PAIGE POPPE
CREATING VIBRANT ARTWORKS OF NATURE TO ENHANCE YOUR JOY
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"Bright Visions" Limited Edition Signed Art Print

$48.00

Bright visions, a shining sense of hope, as we gaze ahead. 

I created this mural artwork for Eastside Co-op's "Creative Feed" initiative.  Their goals for this project were to “support local artists during Covid & enrich an essential outing for thousands of community members with public art, bringing beauty and hopeful messages." While creating this piece, it brightened my day each time I worked on it, knowing it would bring color & joy to our community. I am so grateful to them for creating this opportunity for public art. I hope that the happiness I felt while creating it translates to the storefront, the streetscape, and in your home. 

$10 of each art print sale will be donated to Appetite for Change, Eastside's non-profit "Seedlings" recipient for the month of September. 


Details

  • Limited edition series run of 100 art prints

  • Hand signed & numbered by the Artist, Paige Poppe

  • Fine art print of an original watercolor painted & illustrated piece sketch, created in my sunny studio!

  • Size: 18" wide x 8" tall 

  • Panoramic art print size highlights the unique shape of this artwork
  • Watermark logo will not be printed on the art you receive  

Giving

  • $10 of each art print sale will be donated to Appetite for Change

  • Appetite for Change is a non-profit using food to build health, wealth and social change. Their vision is a local, equitable food system that supports economic wealth and physical health for residents of North Minneapolis. 

  • I created this mural artwork for Eastside Co-op, a local & organic grocery store in the heart of Northeast Minneapolis. Through Eastside's "Seedlings" program, each month customers are able to donate to that month's non-profit organization working in the food access, agriculture and environmental sectors. Appetite for Change was the "Seedlings" recipient for the month of September, when I originally released this print