Artist Statement: This special Sing for Hope Piano celebrates Sing for Hope’s mission of creating a better world through the arts.
  • 2020

Between The Moon and New York City

Artist

Nick Stavrides

Nick Stavrides is a NYC artist, born and raised in Washington Heights. A self-trained painter, Stavrides draws inspiration from the art of different tribes, cultures, and the city itself. His passion for the well-being of our oceans has been the driving force in his recent body of work. Mr. Stavrides resides in New York City/Hell’s Kitchen with his wife, two cats and Ringo the Wonder Dog

Piano History

Public Location

Hudson Yards (December 1, 2020 - January 15, 2021)

Permanent Home

Leadership Prep Brownsville Middle Academy (Delivered Winter 2021)

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