Auction benefiting Friends of the Urban Forest

March 28, 2007  in  Art as a profession       Related posts:  

I have donated one of my open edition prints, Flight: an abstraction of a maple tree seed, to an auction benefiting the Friends of the Urban Forest. If you are unfamiliar with them, they are a great organization that helps get trees planted in the city of San Francisco, where I used to live. When I heard about the auction, titled “Artists Celebrate Trees”, I had to contribute. Most of my artwork is created from the natural elements of trees (seed pods, leaves, sticks, bark, etc), so it was a natural fit. If you live in San Francisco, you should consider attending the event, where artwork from over 100 artists, all inspired by trees, will be auctioned off.

Flight: an abstraction of a maple tree seed ©Daniel Sroka

Flight: an abstraction of a maple tree seed