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The grantLOVE project is pleased to announce a new collaboration -- a limited edition screenprint to benefit The Union for Contemporary Art in Omaha, Nebraska.
LOVE for North O
Screenprint on paper
17 1/4” x 14”
Edition of 90
By Alexandra Grant
Printed by Joshua Norton
This limited edition of prints was created in Omaha, Nebraska by Los Angeles artist Alexandra Grant and printmaking artist Joshua Norton to benefit The Union for Contemporary Art. 100% of the profits from this project are donated in support of the Union’s mission.
Alexandra Grant is a Los Angeles-based artist who uses language, literature and exchanges with writers as the basis for her work in painting, drawing and sculpture. Grant’s work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), among other museums and galleries. www.alexandragrant.com
The grantLOVE symbol is Grant’s trademarked brand for philanthropy in the arts. The grantLOVE project is an artist-driven philanthropic project that produces and sells original artworks and editions to benefit artist projects, arts non-profits and art education. www.grantlove.com
Joshua Norton is a printmaking artist living in Omaha, Nebraska. Norton's work references myths and legends through graphic line and bold color. The work reflects Norton's interest in science, nature, monsters and rock ‘n’ roll. Featured in print, on national television and in museums, Norton's artwork can be found in private collections around the world. Norton's work is hand printed in very small runs by the artist. Norton is the Facilities Coordinator for The Union for Contemporary Art in Omaha. www.joshuanorton.net
The Union for Contemporary Art is committed to strengthening the creative culture of the greater Omaha area by providing direct support to local artists and increasing the visibility of contemporary art forms in our community. In every endeavor, we strive to unite artists and the community to inspire positive social change in North Omaha. The organization was founded on the belief that the arts can be a vehicle for social justice and greater civic engagement; we strive to utilize the arts as a bridge to connect our diverse community in innovative and meaningful ways. www.u-ca.org