Like most New Yorkers, it was hard to look beyond our own basic necessities in the days leading up to Hurricane Sandy. Bottled water, flashlights, canned food. But as the winds died down and the storm’s damage was made known, the extent of its devastation proved bewildering. The homes, neighborhoods, and businesses in New York and New Jersey that took the worst of hits were highly visible news stories. But in the days and weeks following the storm there was another community whose irreparable damages came to light: those of the arts community. – Nadiah Fellah, NYC Contributor
Print featuring artwork from the first exhibition, available for purchase at http://www.ArtistReliefProject.com. 40% of the proceeds will be donated to NYFA’s Emergency Relief Fund for Hurricane Sandy.
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