Featured artwork: Nona Faustine "Over My Dead Body," 2013 - New York City Hall, built on top of the African Burial Ground.

A portion of the sales will be donated to Bailey House. Serving people with HIV/AIDS since 1983.

An exhibition of 16 female artists

Joelle Brahim, Nona Faustine, Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen, Maggie Jay Horne, Laura Kaplan, Myrna Minter-Forster, Florence Montmare, Linda Nicholas, Morgan O’Hara, Arlene Rush, Laura Schneider, Stacy Scibelli, Mary Ann Strandell, Trish Tillman, Linda Tharp, Natalia Yovane

About the Curators

Ivy Brown: Founded in 2001, the Ivy Brown Gallery represents and exhibits contemporary art of all mediums. Dedicated to supporting emerging and established artists, Ivy Brown takes her experience from the commercial arts world and brings it to the fine arts arena. Her commitment to art and the critical part it plays in our humanity is the grounding force behind the gallery. www.ivybrowngallery.org

Pato Paez is the founder and creative director of IMURI. He is an American artist (born and raised in Argentina), whose main career objective is to blur the line between fine art and commercial art. Nature and color are the main inspiration for his work. www.imuriproject.com

Elizabeth Sadoff is an art advisor based in New York City. She was a director of two small galleries in Santa Monica, California before returning to New York in 2008 to head corporate sales for the David Findlay Jr. Gallery. She founded her independent art advisory in 2009 and works out of her office in Chelsea. www.esadoff.com