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Da'Shaunae Marisa

Eli in Pink Bougainvillea, 2021

Eli in Pink Bougainvillea, 2021

Regular price $525.00 USD
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Eli in Pink Bougainvillea, 2021
20 x 20 inches
Archival pigment print on Moab Slickrock Metallic Paper
Edition of 5
Signed and numbered by the artist 

A Cleveland, Ohio native Da'Shaunae Marisa (b.1996), is a multi-disciplinary artist based between New York, Cleveland and Los Angeles. Marisa uses her work to communicate the beauty and complexity of Black life in America and around the world. Her work explores the nuance of the connective threads between multiple generations and trauma. She intends for her work to inspire a greater sense of awareness in all humans alike. Marisa uses her lens in an intimate light while still grounding you to reality. The artist’s work has been featured in National Geographic, The New York Times, Aperture, Time, and Google, among others. Her commercial commissions consist of collaborations with Google, For Freedoms, Target, and SnapChat, among others. 

In Eli in Pink Bougainvillea, the artist captures her subject amongst a sea of flowers. This work alludes to the concept of returning to nature for solace by asking where do we find peace if it is not easily achieved in the mind? A place for silent solitude has the potential to uplift the spirit.

Marisa was a part of the most recent cohort of For Freedoms Fellowships including Converse’s Hear Her Here, promoting the work of Black femme creatives, and Google's Image Equity Fellowship supporting early-career image-based creators of color in the US and the expansion of a more equitable field of fine art. 

Marisa notes “My values align with what For Freedoms stands for in regards to seeking expansion by presenting ideas through art to allow the collective to receive to expand on themselves. We are both building ideas from the world we imagine to create.”

For Freedoms is excited to support our fellows through sales and community-building opportunities; artists will receive 50% of the net proceeds of sales of their artwork. 


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