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If you’re looking for kick ass art that raises money and awareness for social and environmental causes, you’re in the right fucking place.
It's finally not 2020 anymore! I've got lots in store for the new year, because let's be honest, there's a lot of work to be done.
Seriously, 2020. WTAF? I’m all for a challenge, but DAMN!
So let’s put some good back into the world. Let’s bring extra joy into our lives, into the lives of those in need, and to the universe in general.
Every single item here at fromSteph gives back to a worthy cause. Every single day.
Your support can and will make a real positive impact!
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To support my artwork directly, check out my current wish list. Thank you for being an awesome human!
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Surge Photography Print on Canvas, Oversized Coastal Wall Art$500.00 Add to cart
Adopt A Fish for Sea Shepherd Plastic Utensils$20.00 Add to cart
Break Up With Plastic Unisex Eco Friendly T-Shirt$28.00 – $32.00 Select options
Industrial Strength Hair Dryer, Ludicrous Speed Abstract Art Print$30.00 – $40.00 Select options
Surf Art Print, Beach Wall Art Decor$60.00 – $75.00 Select options
I Save Whales Ladies T-Shirt, Whale T Shirt$100.00 Select options
So Do Washing Machines, Original Acrylic Painting$150.00 Add to cart
Abstract Art Throw Pillow, Coffee Date On Venus$36.00 Add to cart
flow seashell installation
FLow is an art installation featuring 2,511 hand painted lucine seashells.
These 2,511 shells represent the 2,511 gallons of raw sewage spilled into florida waterways every hour.
FLow can be viewed in the H2O Exhibition at the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum in Sanibel, Florida February 9th through April 30th, 2021.
Steph has created an abstract photography series using the painted shells of FLow that can be enjoyed on your walls. Proceeds from photography prints are donated to the Ocean Conservancy Protecting Florida project.
30 minutes is a 432 square foot art installation consisting of 2700 leaf shapes made from collected chipboard waste.
These 2700 leaves represent the 2700 acres of rainforest lost to deforestation every 30 minutes.
The exhibit has come to an end and I’m so excited to share that 30 Minutes
saved 43 acres
it's not too late to take action! let's save acres of rainforest together.
You can become a physical part of this ongoing art piece as well as a permanent part of the effort to save rainforests!
The 30 Minutes installation at Creative Pinellas has ended, but the leaves will continue to be displayed in future installations. Plans include an increase to 60 minutes (double the leaves!), new gallery spaces, and leaves traveling up walls and on ceilings.
Every ‘add your name’ leaf stays with the project permanently, because your purchase permanently saves one acre of rainforest.