Welcome to the ecoartspace Fundraiser Gallery where members are invited to present their works for sale to benefit programs such as our annual online exhibition + book, social media intern, and placement of billboards in targeted cities across the U.S.

Works are listed at retail values. Artists will received 60% of the sales price and the balance will support ecoartspace programs.

If you are interested in purchasing works, please inquiry at info@ecoartspace.org.

Payments can be made through our Donation page here.

Click on the image to go to the artists' website

Bia Gayotto, Memoirs (written by trees) 2020, c-print, 14 x 14 inches, $900 unframed




Aline Mare, Kapok Bones, print on metal, 8 x 12 inches, $500 unframed




Greg Rose, We're Here For You, 2019, ink and gouache on paper, 15 x 20.5 inches, $650 unframed




Sant Khalsa, Seedling, 2021, gelatin silver film, poplar wood, glass, 16 x 3 x .25 inches, $500




Catherine Chalmers, Douglas Fir Beetle, Sawtooths, Idaho, 2021, pencil, watercolor on paper, 10 x 8 inches,  $1,500 unframed




Toby Zallman, Disintigration 1, 2020, laser print, graphite and charcoal, 12.5 x 10 inches, $1,000 framed




Basia Irland, Riverberation, 2015, video edition of 10 (5:32 mins) $500

Ten percussionists on the banks of the Río Grande in New Mexico, beside a constructed wetland pond. Sound Sculptures created from books about rivers were played percussively to a score by Dr. Christopher Shultis.




Jimmy Fike, White Pine, 2020, archival pigment print with U.V. protective coating, 12 x 12 inches, $700 framed (wood)




Rachel Frank, Mini Rhyton (White Turquoise), 2019, stoneware ceramic with glass, 7.25 x 7.5 x 3.5 inches, $1,100




Karen Marston, Fire Tree, 2015, oil on paper, 15 x 11 inches, $900 unframed




Nicole Kutz, Automatic 7, 2021, Flashe paint on paper, 22 x 30 inches, $1,200 unframed (included in Embodied Forest)




Billy X. Curmano, Swimming’ the River 1987-1997, Mississippi River Water Vial, 1987, edition of 110, $350.00

Signed and numbered, hand-etched glass vial with Mississippi River source water collected at Lake Itasca, MN the first day of Billy X Curmano’s 2,376.4-mile, source-to-gulf, swim as performance and environmental statement.




Ellen Jantzen, Evidence of Myth, Mandala, 2019, dye sublimation print on aluminum, 18 x 18 inches, $1,800




Cynthia Camlin, Drowned Dixie, 2019, acrylic transfers on watercolor paper mounted on panel, 12 x 18 inches, $800 unframed






Sarah Morejohn, Big Branch Ouch, colored pencil and graphite on paper, 32.25 x 22 inches, $1300 unframed




Ruth Wallen, Elfin Forest Chaparral, 2017, montage ink jet print, 32 x 32 inches, $1,500 unframed




Kim Abeles, Steak Dinner in 12 Days of Smog, 2012, smog (particulate), porcelain dinner plate, digital currency, 10.5 inches diameter, edition of 20, $650




Beverly Naidus, House Boddisattva, Healing Dieties series, 2004, digital painting, archival print, 14 x 20 inches, $300 unframed




Virginia Katz, Clearing, 2020 watercolor on paper, 12 x 9 inches, $450 unframed




Deborah Wasserman, Feronia, 2019, acrylic, ink, rice paper on water color paper, 30 x 22 inches, $1,500 unframed




Jeanne Dunn, Arboreal Night, 2021, collage, 8 x 8 inches, $800 unframed, $950 framed




David Paul Bayles, SPLIT #63, archival pigment print, edition 1 of 7, 16 x 16 inces (sheet size 20 x 20 inches), $700 unframed





Luciana Abait, Agua 1, 2021, archival pigment print on cotton rag paper, 24 x 24 inches, Edition of 18, signed and numbered  $450 unframed




Laurie Lambrecht, High Desert Tapestry, Montello, Nevada, 2016, achival pigment print on rag paper embroidered to linen, 14 x 11 inches, image 7 x 4.75 inches. $850 unframed




Marthe Aponte, Anatomie Vegetale, 2020, mixed media and picoté (piercing paper with an awl), 25 x 25 inches, $1,200 framed




Ulrike Arnold, Broken Arrow Cave, Utah, 2017, grey mud from tropical shale (dinosaur), white ashes from volcano eruption, sand, meteorite dust on canvas with binder, 12 x 10.5 inches, $900 unframed




Brandon Ballengée, Untitled (Malamp series) 1999, 10 x 7.75 inches, based on Pacific Tree Frog research, Aptos, CA, Price on request unframed




Jason Middlebrook, Pine Cone and Drips, 2008-2009, mixed media on paper, 41.5 x 30 inches, Price upon request unframed


check back often as we will be adding more works....



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