The Heliotrope Foundation

Booth G05 | Brooklyn, NY


Brooklyn, NY

https://www.heliotropefoundation.org


Presented Artists

Swoon
John Felix Arnold III
Lisa Congdon

Artwork

Walkie by Swoon. 2018, Silkscreen and acrylic gouache on dyed cotton pulp paper *paper made by the artist. Signed Original. 11" x 14"



The City My Backyard by John Felix Arnold III., Digital Pigment Print on Archival Cold Press Fine Art Paper Edition of 250 13" x 19"



Solidarity by Lisa Congdon., Digital Pigment Print on Archival Cold Press Fine Art Paper Edition of 250 13" x 19"



Heliotrope Foundation: Cormiers Community Center in Cormiers, Haiti. Built in 2010 after the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti using the sustainable Superadobe technique utilizing locally available natural materials.



Heliotrope Foundation: Kay Nana is the name of the bamboo house built in 2017 in Cormiers, Haiti. Our programs train and employ local workers in sustainable building techniques, allowing them to earn much-needed income while receiving on-the-job training to enhance their employment abilities.



Heliotrope Foundation: Klub Obzevatwa in Cormiers, Haiti. We support a weekly after school program in Cormiers, Haiti for children of all ages, taught by local teachers and artists. Classes incorporate projects focusing on subjects such as art, cooking, culture, ecology and earthquake preparedness.