“Connecting Communities through Creativity"
ET Projects is an artist collaborative created in 2018, spearheaded by renowned artist and sculptor Elizabeth Turk. The vision is to bring communities together through the magic of art and nature. Each project involves thousands of volunteer participants in the form of a social sculpture. ArtStar supports ET Projects by offering fine art, limited edition prints capturing the memory of our events and contributing to our future public experiences. These images share the symbols used atop our umbrella canopies and keep alive the joy, camaraderie, and hope experienced by thousands of volunteers.
The Shoreline Project launched in collaboration with the Laguna Art Museum, in California, USA in 2018. 1,000 volunteers spontaneously created moving constellations. The second venue is to cross over to Asia.
ET Projects, a 501(c)3, was created in 2018 with the vision to bring communities together through the magic of art and nature. Shoreline Project was the first large scale immersive art experience launched in partnership with the Laguna Art Museum, in Laguna Beach, CA. The second venue was to be Vientienne, Laos, along the edge of the Mekong. Postponed by Covid-19, we reinvented and in 2020 and launched Project: “Look Up” in partnership with Mt. San Antonio Gardens. The images are of bold, resilient plants, each with a unique story of nature overcoming adversity. Spearheaded by Elizabeth Turk, an artist known primarily as a sculptor of marble, she expanded her portfolio to include public art experiences through ET Projects. A native to Southern California, she is a MacArthur Fellow, an Annalee & Barnett Newman Foundation and Joan Mitchell recipient. Her work has been represented by Hirschl and Adler, Modern in NYC for 20 years. It is important to acknowledge the team at ET Projects, the photographers responsible for documenting Shoreline Project and now, Project: “Look Up": Erik Thienes, Christopher Stobie, Eric Stoner, Madison Holler, Mike Townsend, Mike Thienes, Shirley Salvatore, Jay Brown and the hundreds of participants making our immersive art experiences come alive.
By ET PROJECTS: Elizabeth Turk
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Choose from our high-end white, black or natural frames, or opt for a more modern look by selecting facemounted to thick Plexiglas.
All frames include:
- UV-blocking acrylic glass, which protects against 91% of UV rays.
- Acid-free, archival mats and materials.
- Taped backs to prevent dust from getting into the frame.
- Strainers on the back to reinforce the structure of the frame.
- Wire on the back of the frame for easy installation.
- Facemounted works are hung on a metal French cleat. Installation instructions are included in the packaging.
Extra small and small frames have .75" molding 2" mats, and are 1.2" deep. Medium and large frames have 1" molding, 3" mats and are 2" deep. Mattless frames have a spacer to prevent the print from touching the acrylic.
We do not frame the extra large print sizes because they are too large to ship without risking damage.
ArtStar does not accept returns. Works damaged in transit may be exchanged on a case by case basis within 30 days of arrival. Please email us as soon as you receive the damaged work at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not open your artwork yourself. It is very delicate and difficult to get back in the packaging without damage. Please let a trained framer open the artwork. We do not take back artwork damaged by the customer.
Please note that we employ professional printers, framers and shippers. Occasional damage in transit happens and is out of our control. We are happy to work with you to immediately resolve any damage that might occur. However, damage in transit is relatively rare.
We stand behind our art with a 100% quality guarantee. ArtStar prints on the best paper on the market with a fine art printer in the USA. Each work is created custom per order. ArtStar color matches every print to the artists' source file and fully authenticates every piece.
Please note that we work hard to ensure that all images are displayed accurately, however screen resolutions and brightness may reflect sublet variations from the final printed edition.
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