Thank you to all who helped in making the 2018 Hivewild Winter Benefit a success!

Hivewild's annual fundraiser brings together cultural tastemakers in dance, music, and philanthropy in support of upcoming creative works and to help artists earn living wages. 

 
 

For Purchase

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 A Summer's Afternoon, 2017 LImited Edition Print Series by Wardell Milan

Lithograph
20x27 3/4

Available for purchase $1000.00

 

Silent Auction

CUstom Necklace by ARpana Rayamajhi

Two-Tiered Beaded Silver Tie Necklace
Beads, bells, crystals

Arpana Rayamajhi is a New York-based jewelry designer who was born and raised in in Kathmandu, Nepal. She received her BFA from The Cooper Union School of Art, focusing primarily on Painting and Sculpture. She founded her jewelry brand Arpana Rayamajhi in the summer of 2014. Her jewelry and artworks are made in series, drawing inspiration from tribal, ethnic, and pop cultures, rock & roll, and death.

Rayamajhi created all of the jewelry in Victoria’s Secret 2016 Fashion Show in Paris. She has been showcased as a New York Times “30 Under 30,” and her work has appeared in the pages of Vogue, Elle, Glamour, and The Fader, among others. Rayamajhi has been featured in commercial work for Apple, L’Oréal, Urban Outfitters, and more. In 2017 Lufthansa spotlighted Rayamajhi in their “Colors of Home” campaign, and in 2018 she was selected as a featured designer in the “Diamonds with a Story” campaign, creating her first series of diamond jewelry using gems sourced from conflict-free mines. Her one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces are currently available at Selfridge’s in London and at Plum Concept Store in Beirut, Lebanon.

 

 "The Dreamtime"  hair and braid pattern Painting series + 3 Pendant necklaces by So Yoon Lym

Signed and framed poster of "The Dreamtime" hair and braid patterns painting series by So Yoon Lym. 18.5" x 25"
Edition of 1,000 produced in 2018

Three pendant necklaces with hair and braid images matching the poster image.  Necklaces value $125/ea. 

So Yoon Lym
"Although I was born in Seoul, Korea, I lived in Kenya and Uganda for the first seven years of my life. Since then, I have lived in various parts of northern NJ. When I was 15, I made a life changing decision by studying with Korean exiled painter, Ung No Lee in Normandy, France. I discovered that summer how art was inextricably tied to nature and my life.
I pursued my interest in art school in Rhode Island and graduate school in New York City. Following my formal education, I worked as a textile colorist in New York City, an adjunct professor at Bergen Community College in Paramus, NJ and as an art educator in Paterson, NJ. I am currently building new bodies of work as part of my renewed interest in Printmaking, Ceramics, Fiber Arts, Surface Design and Leather Working". 

 
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Tickets for two and Post-show BackStage Tour to The Band's visit on Broadway

Winner of four BEST MUSICAL awards, and now honored on every major BEST OF THE YEAR list, THE BAND’S VISIT rejoices in the deeply human ways music, longing and laughter can bring us all together. The New York Times cheers, “It’s time to fall in love with one of the most ravishing musicals ever. ‘Feel Something Different’—that’s the heart-clutching sensation that throbs throughout this miraculous show.”

In THE BAND’S VISIT, a mix-up sends a group of Egyptian musicians to a remote Israeli town. When the locals take them in for the night, their lives intertwine in the most unexpected ways.

 
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Oval Halo Serving Platter by Minh Singer

13” x 8” food safe platter / white glossy glaze / 22K gold luster

Minh Singer is a ceramics artist based in Brooklyn by the way of Ho Chi Minh City, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong. Minh approaches each piece as a meditative journey, mindful of our humanity and beautiful imperfections. Inspired by the unpredictability of nature and of civilizations long gone, her work is a collection of  mystical souvenirs from an unknown time and place. Minh is a graduate of Pratt Institute and has worked in fashion and art education.

 
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 the Museum of Modern Art Package

Package includes 10 tickets, a MoMA highlights book, a tote, and $50 gift card to the store at MoMA.

The Museum of Modern Art seeks to create a dialogue between the established and the experimental, the past and the present, in an environment that is responsive to the issues of modern and contemporary art, while being accessible to a public that ranges from scholars to young children.

 
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Third Eye Pendant Necklace by Marta Pia

Third Eye pendant featuring custom inlay of high-fired porcelain combined with opal.

Chain: 18” Gold-Filled / 18" Sterling Silver / 18" Rose Gold-Filled
This item is handmade in the U.S, and due to the nature of this process some pieces might present some small variations, which in our opinion makes them even more unique and personal.


Marta Pia is a designer and artist based in Brooklyn, NY. 
Born in Spain but with Scandinavian background, she came to NY in 2008 and after spending several years learning about different manufacturing and creative processes, she nowadays combines the design of seasonal jewelry collections with her love for ceramics, drawing, marbling and other odd creative projects.

 
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1980's Vintage Chanel Necklace

Coco Chanel made it fashionable to wear jewelry meant for the evening with her daytime outfits, like a long string of pearls.  She embraced jewelry and truly made it “costume jewelry”.  Her couture house produces colorful necklaces, bracelets, lapel pins and earrings crafted from glass beads. 

MDVII is the country's premier source for Haute Couture costume jewelry from Chanel, Lanvin, Yves St Laurent and practically every name in the business. Operated by Susie Hoimes in the Russian Hill District of San Francisco, MDVII is a hidden treasure in the city. MDVII is rated as one of the top 10 jewelry stores in the country by Vogue Magazine.

 
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Lunch with the hivewild Team

Share a special meal with the Hivewild team!

Hivewild was created with the intention of evolving humble spaces where diverse audiences may be hosted in the spirit of movement acting as a conduit for conversation and community engagement. Hivewild takes as a starting point the foundational belief that all humans are inextricably interconnected. We embody our values by creating work that prompts human connection, unlocks emotion, and encourages audience members and performers to be here now -- together.

 
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"Imaginary Still Life" Drawing by Adelie Bischoff

Black felt tip pen and watercolor on paper. 11" x 14"
Dated 1/6/15 and signed.

Adelie Landis Bischoff (b. 1926) was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and received her MFA in Studio Art from the University of California in Berkeley in 1959. She studied with seminal Bay Area Figurative Art movement artists Elmer Bischoff, David Park, and Hassel Smith at the California School of Fine Arts from 1951 to 1952. A movement of mid-20th-century American artists based in San Francisco who abandoned the dominant Abstract Expressionist style, these artists returned to figuration and rendered genre scenes, local landscapes, and figure paintings with luminous palette. In 1962, she married Elmer Bischoff.

Bischoff has had her work exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the country, showing primarily in the Bay Area and New York. A survey exhibition of her work was shown at the Salander-O’Reilly Gallery in New York in 2006. In 2014, her work was featured in the exhibition Beauty Fierce As Stars: Groundbreaking Women Painters from 1950 and Beyond at Mythos Fine Art & Artifacts in Berkeley, California.