Make & Mary has teamed up with Stonedware Company to host a virtual art show and fundraiser featuring 11 artists from around the world.
This unique show aims to raise awareness on expunging criminal sentences related to Cannabis possession and to support arts education for Portland’s houseless youth.
Artists have been chosen to transform their artwork onto beautifully designed geometric ceramic pipes.
The Artists include:
100% of the proceeds will go towards arts education for homeless youth and to help in the efforts of expunging criminal sentences for cannabis related offenses. Many folks of color are in jail for possession charges in many states, including California & Oregon. Today they might not be.
When we begun organizing this show early in 2019 we also intended to have a letterpress portion of the show. Unfortunately due to covid and exhausted people power & funds we had to limit it to just the pipe artists as the production was already in the works. However, we want to acknowledge and amplify the work of the other artists whose work we were unable to produce. Visit the link below to learn more about each artist. They are all inspiring and we are hopeful to collaborate with them in the future.
About Make & Mary—
Make & Mary’s luxurious, time-honored formulations and ‘highly-inspired,’ all-inclusive cannabis-friendly events are rooted in folk medicines and heritage craft practices designed to ignite creativity, promote wellness, and build community. Founded in 2016 in Portland, Oregon, Make & Mary is an exploration into the world of cannabis through art and design, with self-care at its root. Make & Mary has been featured in Forbes, Conde Nast, Well + Good, and SAK's 5th Avenue and more.
About Stonedware Company—
Stonedware is handcrafted in Portland, Oregon, each pipe is designed ergonomically for ease of use and made from the finest materials. Stonedware pipes are porcelain, finished with food-safe glaze and 22K Gold, without any fillers.
Over the past several years Stonedware has had the opportunity to collaborate with multiple brands, artists and designers to create one of a kind pieces including Portugal the Man. Stonedware has made an appearance on HBO's High Maintenance, graced the pages of Rolling Stones, Playboy and Condé Nast magazines, while also being written up on sites such as Forbes, Vogue, Dwell and High Times.