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Rise From The Ashes
At the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale (September 14th, 2021), SuperWorld Co-Founder and CEO Hrish Lotlikar and Global Ambassador Krista Kim delivered keynote addresses to leading architects and artists gathered together to discuss and coordinate the rebuilding of Beirut. After the 2020 explosion in the Port of Beirut and years of civil war, “Rise From the Ashes” an initiative organized by SuperWorld Ambassador Ayten Mirzoyeva, represents a joint effort between UNESCO, SuperWorld, and the international architecture community, with proceeds from NFT art sales going toward the project.Share
Artist: Rachel Rowberry ORCHID PEACOCK Watercolor Painting/Mural This piece merges my passion for painting orchids & the colourful iridescent feathers of the ostentatious peacock both blooming together in a showy harmony. I imagine this piece a huge dramatic mural.
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Rise From The Ashes
Phoenix is the symbol of rise from the ashes. And I believe that, by the time we learn to burn and rise up from our ashes. This is our lifetime action. By this video, I tried to show my sorrow and feelings about the Beirut explosions. The feathers of Phoenix is the symbol of the angels who lost their lives. I hope and pray that one day our world is gonna be a peaceful place for all of us.
Özge Günaydın, President of the Brothers & Sisters Agency, Owner of the Brothers & Sisters Agency and Özge Günaydın Publishing House / Founder and President of the Art for me Association / The Editor-in-Chief of the magazine published by Art for me Association and Artist of Atölye CER, Member of International Association of Plastic Artists. She is represented by Hub Design in NY, London and Paris
After graduating from the prestigious Winchester School of Art in the U.K. She worked as a sought-after textile designer in London, Sydney, Paris and New York. The passion and rich culture of Manhattan immediately spoke to her, where she currently resides and has her studio now, her clients have included: Harrods, Gucci, Henri Bendel, Anne Klein, Lulu Guinness, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Free People, Anthropologie and Aimé Leon Dore Rachel Rowberry’s bold watercolor paintings are an invitation to enter her whimsical floral dreamscape. A world where delicate and intricate flowers bloom alongside glamorous and decadent everyday objects.