About the drop
There will be 10 physical paintings available online starting July 5th. Each painting is paired with an NFT of the same artwork.
On July 5th, all available paintings will appear below. They will each have a reserve auction price. If you do not have a digital wallet setup, instructions below on how to set that up beforehand. Takes about 10 minutes to setup and to transfer USD into ETH. Very easy.
If you'd like to pay with cash or credit card separately, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Each painting comes with a multi-image token where users can click through the image like a slideshow to see both the physical and the digital pairing. This is viewable on any marketplace, like Manifold or OpenSea. Additionally, there is an interactive Certificate Of Authenticity (COA) to help cement the proof of ownership on the last slide of the NFT.
The Certificate Of Authenticity (COA) will automatically update & stamp on-chain the owner and price upon each sale. This shows proof of ownership and transparency for both the artist and the collector. If you decide the sell your painting in the secondary market (OpenSea), upon sale, the new owner will stamp on-chain onto the COA automatically once the owner receives both the physical and digital asset.
*Shipping & handling cost not included
All paintings will stay in the gallery on display until July 27th. After that, paintings that have been purchased will be shipped out. If you'd like to purchase with credit card or cash, please reach out to email@example.com
This show is a collection of memories and everyday scenes throughout my time in NYC. Subject matter that I’ve captured in my sketchbook or photographed now brought to life on canvas. It’s about places I’ve seen or moments I’ve experienced while roaming around. Mostly alone, but other times with friends and family documenting my surroundings on location. It’s through this creative process that I’ve become enamored by the energy of this city and the peacefulness it offers.
When I first arrived in NYC years ago, I was shocked by everyone walking with their phones, always on the move (myself included). It became an obsession of mine to capture these moments of people in their everyday lives. However, as I dove deeper into the city, I discovered a parallel existence—an escape from work and technology, where people found joy and contentment in their own peaceful world. These contrasting experiences became a fascination of mine to capture both chaos and solitude to preserve these everyday moments.
I have always been intrigued by how individuals find solace in the chaos of New York City. Whether that’s going to the beach, the park, a balcony, or even a small patch of grass, every piece of nature within the city becomes a common ground for those looking for peace.
In this exhibition, I invite viewers to think about life in New York City—its chaos and tranquility within its urban landscape and how we live in both worlds together. Through my art, I want to transport you to these spaces, inviting you to find your own moments of solace within the chaos.