grantLOVE x Phillip Griswold print - Massif (LOVE), lemon yellow, 2023
Massif (LOVE), lemon yellow, 2023
By Alexandra Grant and Phillip Griswold
20 x 16 inches
Edition of 50 and 5 APs
Fine art giclee and silkscreen print on 300 gsm Epson Hot Press Bright paper
Screen printing by Maggie Lomeli; digital printing by Mustard Beetle
The grantLOVE Project is pleased to announce a new edition of four prints by artists Alexandra Grant and Phillip Griswold, organized with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) to benefit Jennifer Hudson’s Julian D. King Gift Foundation.
The four prints created for this collaboration feature Alexandra Grant’s iconic LOVE symbol as interpreted by artist Phillip Griswold, screen-printed on a giclee mountain scene. Massif (LOVE), 2023 comes in four colors—white, periwinkle, peach, and lemon yellow—each in a signed and numbered edition of 50. This project is organized with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) and the grantLOVE fund to benefit Jennifer Hudson’s Julian D. King Gift Foundation at EIF.
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Alexandra Grant is a Los Angeles– and Berlin–based visual artist whose work explores issues around communication across languages, literary traditions, and cultures. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries globally and she is represented by Miles McEnery Gallery in New York and carlier|gebauer in Berlin and Madrid. Grant is the creator of the grantLOVE Project, which raises funds for arts-based nonprofits.
Phillip Griswold is a contemporary artist whose work combines elements of cubism, abstract expressionism, and landscape painting to connect light, space, and geometric form.
Jennifer Hudson and the Julian D. King Gift Foundation provide stability, support and positive experiences for children of all backgrounds. The Foundation acts as a catalyst for change in children’s health, education and welfare. Each year, the Foundation produces large-scale giving events in the city of Chicago, which benefit low-income families in the Chicago area who may not normally have access to the resources they need in order to succeed. For more information, visit www.juliandkinggiftfoundation.com and www.eifoundation.org.
The grantLOVE Project is an art project started by artist Alexandra Grant as both a friendraiser and fundraiser for various arts nonprofits through the gift and sale of collaborative artworks and editions made with Grant’s trademarked LOVE symbol. grantLOVE, like Fred Gives, is of the Entertainment Industry Foundation. For more information, visit www.grantlove.com and www.eifoundation.org.
Maggie Lomeli of Gray Area Print is a master printer based in the Los Angeles area who specializes in screenprinting, lithography, and letterpress.
Mustard Beetle, established in 2015 by Elizabeth Jean Younce, is a small Los Angeles-based business offering prints, textiles, decorative and home goods, and custom printing solutions.
Entertainment Industry Foundation
The grantLOVE Fund and Julian D. King Gift Foundation are funds of the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF), a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. EIF is a Charity Navigator 4-Star Charity that meets all 20 BBB Charity Standards and carries the Candid Platinum Seal of Transparency. Learn more at eifoundation.org/grantlove and eifoundation.org/jennifer-hudson-julian-d-king-gift-foundation.
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grantLOVE is an art project started by Los Angeles-based artist Alexandra Grant in 2008 to help raise awareness and money for various arts nonprofits through the gift and sale of her LOVE artwork.