Art and Abet Abortion
Art and Abet Abortion is a project organized by Mariame Kaba to raise funds for abortion access. This project is a contribution to #500ActsForAbortion organized by Claire Schwartz and Hannah Cornfield. This virtual exhibit features work made by abortion supporters from all over the US, organized into thematic collections.You can buy art via virtual auctions that will be open from April 18, 2023 to April 28, 2023. All auctions will be held on Ebay; links to listings are embedded within each art collection page below.
All proceeds will be donated to the National Network of Abortion Funds.Auction winners will receive the collection of art they purchased plus a 25% off a yearly subscription from our friends at the socialist feminist magazine Lux.Happy bidding, and abortion forever!
A Green New Deal
Everyone needs a little green in their life.Bid on this collection here
I'm based in Brooklyn, NY and love painting plants, drawing people on the subway, and a chance to use my art to support access to abortion. My art can be found on instagram at @geniapaints
Be free like any vine
Amy H. (she/her) lives in Seattle, WA with her partner and shaggy dog in a haunted house. Amy has no intention of obeying unjust laws.
Oh the places you'll go when you look at these piecesBid on this collection here
Erin Hoffman (she/her) is an educator who lives in New York City (Hamilton Heights, Manhattan) and creates laser cut art. This mini piece shows a version of Manhattan where the roads are de-emphasized and the surrounding water is peeking through
My work is based on forms I find in nature and on old topographic maps. I draw and live in the San Juan Mountains.
These pieces are bold, they have a real energy. Might we even say, big D energy. Behold!Bid on this collection here
My name is Rubia/Ruby. I am a graffiti and multimedia artist in NYC. @rubydoobie181 (IG). Thank you for raising money for abortion!!!
Abolish fascism and all systems of control attempting to violate our autonomies. Harness community care. Diaspora in existence, collective.
Sarah Parker-Lee (she/her), WA
Writer, story editor, PTSD, HSD, fibromyagia, miscarred my only child at 6 weeks. Love my husband, love my cats
Sami Ridge (she/her) is a multidisciplinary artist nested in Seattle, WA. Her progress can be watched on instagram./com/samiridge
Beleaf in Yourself
Art that reminds us that we're growing.Bid on this collection here
Meryl Lynn Ranzer is an artist, fashion designer, educator, and newbie abolitionist. She works as the campaigns/comms lead for Respond Crisis Translation.
Hazel is a botanist and forest ecologist based in North Braddock, PA. These leaves, a ginkgo and a bur oak, are from Schenley Park in Pittsburgh.
Art that builds (flower) power.Bid on this collection here
Linten Birgen (they/them)
These paintings are based on my pollinator garden. Thank you for getting me to paint again!
Caye (she/they) from Raleigh, NC
Cards for Humanity
Art on cards, you really gotta catch 'em all.Bid on this collection here
Jaime Dear (they/them) is a cartoonist who grew up in Ohio. They live near Chicago.
Sarah Rutledge Fischer is an artist, writer, an activist living and working in Fairhope, AL. Sarah's artowrk is primarily figurative. Whether thriugh expressive nude figure drawings or colorful intuitive paintings, Sarah's work is steeped in characters whp bring with them story, emotion that often externalize and reflect the viewer's own internal experience.Sarah is founder and Site Director of Prism United Fairhope, a local nonprofit dedicated to serving LGBTQ+ youth, and writes for Focus Midsouth Magazine. In prior decades, Sarah has worked in law, commercial real estate, website development, and regional theater. Sarah is still licensed to practice law in both California and Alabama.Learn more about Sarah at http://sarahrutledgefisher.com or follow her on most social media at @sarahrutledgefischer
These images were generated using the AI tool Midjourney by Claudia Scholz, based in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Collages, Brown Mood
A collection of beautiful earth-toned collages.Bid on this collection here
Steph L, farmer and artist (she/her). I live in Northern California!
Lizzie Fortin (she/they) is an artist and educator from Worcester, Massachusetts. They enjoy creating collages and snuggling with their cat, Zella.
Mary Lamb (she/her) is a zinemaker and collage artister living in Charlottesville Virginia.
Collages, Electric Mood
A collection of electric and eccentric collages.Bid on this collection here
"Hydrodictyon is a safe place, a nursery for fish and insects, a shelter from predators, a safety net for the small beings of the pond" Robin Wall KimmererMay we collectively be hydrodictyon for all women
Caitlin S. is a teacher in TN. She makes abstract mixed media collages.
Heather C. (she/her)
8th grade ELA teacher
Collages, Grey Mood
A beautiful collection of collages with grey tones.Bid on this collection here
Kecia Ali is a professional scholar, amateur artist, and novice abolitionist. She lives in Boston and works with Believers Bail Out.
Color me impressed by this pretty collection.Bid on this collection
Furry best friends immortalized in art :,)Bid on this collection here
Ryan (he/him). I live just outside Raleigh, NC, and I hope some folks enjoy these little watercolor sketches.
Shirley writes eerie stories and draws cute cartoons from her table top in the US. You can find her work at auntipesto.com .
Lily Xia, she/her, living in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Kristen (she/her) Colorado
I am a mother, partner, sister, and friend. Abortion is important to me because I believe in self-determination and the right for everyone to shape their life the way they want.
Art embodying our bodies.Bid on this collection
Jing Jing Zhang (she/her)
Beauty within, beauty without
Molly Roy (she/her) is an artist and educator based in Austin, Texas.
There's beauty in the mundane.Bid on this collection here
I live in New York. I love to draw, and I'm glad that this drawing will support a cause that's important to me.
Em Spalti (she/they) lives in NYC with their husband and dog. They were thinking about small protection.
I started sewing during the COVID-19 pandemic and with the vaccine, there's a rainbow after the storm.
A pretty design drawn in Chicago with friends. The view of the bar patio this was drawn at in Chicago with friends
Weaving our way to a new world.Bid on this collection here
Why it matters? Who am I? Women are asked to give life in so many ways. Women are silenced in so many ways. I belong in this world, I figure to make a difference in the tiniest of ways to make a small peep. I'm not an artist but I love art because it lets us see each other in figurative imagery. My name is Judy C and I live in Lafayette, California. My email is email@example.com
My name is Beth, I live in Texas, and I am honored to submit this scrappy little landscape to help support abortion rights and repro justice for everyone.
An entirely hand-quilted piece using one inch scrap squares. 100% cotton.Jessi Eoin (they/them) is a disabled comic artist and illustrator with a penchant for tea and sewing. They live on the occupied land of the Lenape people in what's called Brooklyn NY and you can find them at jbeoin.com.
Get your witch on; get a familiar.Bid on collection here
My name is Angel (she/her). I'm an artist and writer in TexasInstagram: @grrldetective
Sarah Sammis (they/them) is an artist living in Hayward California. They've been painting for most of their life. During the COVID lockdown they became known locally for their chicken paintings and have been focusing more on chickens as a subject since 2020.@pussreboots on IG and Twitter
Tina McKim, she/her
Food Justice and Disability Justice organizer. Bellingham, WA.
Art with a big message.Bid on this collection here
Phoebe Hill is a theater crafts artisan from Nashville, TN. She's especially interested in using art and theater to further the causes of social and climate justice.
Bobby Campbell, a cartoonist and teacher from New Jersey, USA
My name is Eva Macaluso, I live in Texas, my pronouns are she/her and my uterus is MINE.
You're not playing with a full deck if you don't want this unique art collection.Bid on this collection here
Joshua Caleb Weibley (b. 1986) is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn. From February 2016 to February 2020 he photographed commuters playing solitaire on their phones and printed them onto decks of cards.
m harris (she/her/hers)
I am an Artist Trading Card (ATC) enthusiast and a member of atcsforall.com. It's an honor to contribute to a cause that I truly believe in.
Tell everyone to keep their hands off your uterus and autonomy with this collection.Bid on this collection
"Protesting Uterus Alebrije"
Paloma E. Villegas (she/her) is a Mexican immigrant, teacher, researcher and artist. She currently lives in San Bernardino, California.
Forever daydreaming, my name is Kendra Bozarth. I'm using she/her pronouns on Lenape Lands (Philly).
This collection is soft to the touch with big heart.Bid on this collection here
Kate Wallace (she/her) lives in Boston, MA, with a large number of plants. When not working to pay the bills, she embroiders and gardens, including working on the moon garden that inspired this piece.
My name is Sophia Todd (they), I live on the east coast of the US, and I am a fiber artist. My life has been shaped by unrestricted abortion access, and I am heartbroken to see its fall.
Forget Calgon, these art pieces will take you away to a peaceful place for real.Bid on this collection here
I'm Stefanie Walker and I was born and raised in CA. I've lived in PA for twenty years. Thank you for organizing this fundraiser for abortion funds.
My name is Heather Dent; I'm a writer and collage artist from Eugene, Oregon. This collage depicts a field of Daucus Corota, sometimes called bird's nest, growing near my home.
This collection full of bursts of color gives us an endorphin rush.Bid on this collection here
My name is Hannah N-J, she/her. I was born in and live in Washington, DC.
A gouache on 100% cotton paper, inspired by quilting patterns.Jessi Eoin (they/them) is a disabled comic artist and illustrator with a penchant for tea and sewing. They live on the occupied land of the Lenape people in what's called Brooklyn NY and you can find them at jbeoin.com.
Words and art to move you.Bid on this collection here
Judith is a poet, teacher, and fiber artist in Seattle. She is teaching her granddaughters to take charge of their bodies and mind
The inspiration for this submission was to offer some new fruits of the spirit for this time - and also the old spiritual teaching that no one gets free alone - together we ripen like grapes on a vine.
Ready for some eye contact?Bid on this collection here
Willie Kunkel (he/him)
I'm a nurse and abortion is a healthcare necessity.
Jerrad Allbritton (he/him/they) is a pop culture savant and artist from Chicago, IL. Visit instagram @just_jerrad for more pop culture themed art!
I'm Janesse Leung (she/they), a Chinese and white settler in Mi'Kina'Ki, also known as Nova Scotia in so-called Canada. Here's to uncovering daily beauty and small, joyful mysteries as we work toward real safety and thriving for one another. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Najya (she/her) is a multidisciplinary artist and medical student based in Philadelphia, PA, USA. She hopes to inspire healing, one art project and check-up at a time.
Maria T. is a friendly communist from Kerala.
Got every color covered here o7Bid on this collection here
A collection for those who fight back.Bid on this collection here
Madhuri Shukla is an artist in New York City
Lizzie (she/her) is a cartoonist, barista, organizer, and trans woman living in Somerville, MA.
bullhorn intensifiesBid on this collection here
Jessica G. (she/they) lives in Chicago with a cat and an embarrassing amount of art supplies.
Amy Sands (she/her) Silver Spring, MD
Resident of Earth, sending love to your corner of the big, blue marble
My name is Max D (he/they/she). I'm an artist based in the Inland Empire of California, USA, and I'm happy this project was organized to help us protect abortion.
Speak on It
A collection that walks the talk.Bid on this collection here
Amber Bergstrom works for Green Light Project doing harm reduction and mutual aid for sex workers
Beck W (she/her), I am a suburban mom of two teenagers and I'm a full time student about a year away from earning my bachelors degree (finally!). I won't ever need an abortion, but anyone who wants one should be able to safely and easily access one.
Guidance of all sorts is to be found in this collection.Bid on this collection here
My name is Nusrat Mehdi. I live in Cleveland, Ohio.
Kenny Kunkel (he/him)
I used to be a Christian asshole. Now I'm an atheist asshole.
Always looking for and listening to charismatic microfauna and believes in you.
The Kids Are Alright
This collection proves children ARE the future.Bid on this collection here
Eloise McHenry, Age 9.
Juliana is a ten-year-old 5th grader from Austin, Texas.
My name is Eleanor. I am a older sister and I have always loved art. I am 9 years old and my pronouns are they/they and I love cats.
The Kids Are Alright Pt. 2
Support the youth; buy this great collection!Bid on this collection here
Amelie Champe, Age 13
Ellen Kosseff-Jones, age 5
Ethan K. (they/them)
5th grade student
J. 13, brithday 01/27/09, pronouns: they/he/it
Under the Sun
Sun for the arty soul.Bid on this collection here
I'm Ryan (he/him). I live just outside Raleigh, NC, and I hope some folks enjoy these little watercolor sketches.
Becca, she/her, Maryland. Two roads diverged in a yellow road...
Our Uterus, Ourselves
You need this uterus collection.Bid on this collection here
If humans surivive the mass extinction event...matriarchy is the only way humans can live reasonably and sustainably on planet Earth
Nia D. is an education researcher at ASU in Tempe, Arizona, USA. She imagines justice producing a new world.
survivor, mother, partner, advocate, intersectional feminist. Liberation for all bodies <3
Wild Hearts Run Free
There's a sloth in this collection. Need we say more?Bid on this collection here
Casey H. Wilkinson is an illustrator from upstate NY. She specializes in whimsical, joyful nature inspired pieces.
Keeley L. Is a librarian, writer, and illustrator from Greensboro, NC.
Woodcut prints of the finest quality.Bid on this collection here
Molly Eustis is a stage manager, artist, and observer of the natural world. She is from New Orleans and lives in Queens. These 4 pieces are all based on observations in Central Park.
Words to Live By
A collection with a message.Bid on this collection here
I'm a landscape photographer. My partner and I de-stress each week by walking outside for 5 or 6 miles and then finding something good to eat.
Kaiser (she/her), an art teacher from Brooklyn, NY
Ode to Muriel
For the Muriel Rukeyser loversBid on this collection here
Art by Rosza, words by Muriel Rukeyser
Can I buy artwork individually? No, each collection of art listed below features 3-7 pieces of art; pieces cannot be bought individually.
How big is each art piece? Each piece of art is approximately 3.5 x 2.5 inches, or about the size of a playing card
When will I receive my art? All sold artwork will be shipped the week of May 1
How will I receive my Lux discount? You will receive your discount code via email that you used to purchase the artwork
I didn't win my win but I want to support abortion funds, how do I do that? You can donate to the National Network of Abortion directly, and we strongly encourage you to do so :)