Uslada, a Latvia-born artist living in Belgium, announces SoulTrees partnership with global charity TreeSisters. In the framework of this partnership, Uslada will be fundraising in aid of TreeSisters. She will be donating fifteen trees to TreeSisters for every sold limited edition print available on her website www.uslada.art/buy.
“My art is inspired by the beauty and abundance of the Earth. My creative journey has been dedicated to constant exploration of connection between the nature that surrounds us, and our human nature. I truly believe that it’s only by rooting deeply into the beauty and vastness of our human potential that we will be able to honor the Earth fully. And vice-versa, it’s only by truly respecting and loving the Earth that we will be able to self-actualize and be who we are - sovereign beings, fully enjoying our embodied existence on this luscious Planet.
If you look at my paintings, you’ll surely notice a lot of symbols of nature - oceans, fish, birds and flowers - these all all metaphors through which I express my love for the Earth, and my hope for our human potential, and our innate capacity to live in joy.
That’s why I decided to embed restoration into my art by partnering with TreeSisters."
Uslada is an artist born in Latvia and living in Belgium. She taps into the flow of life to create her paintings, sensual and exhuberant. Her artistic style is a truly unique blend of color, texture and intricate shapes which portray the magnificence of the Universe, and the beauty of all of us in it. Uslada has exhibited her art in solo shows, as well as together with other artists. She participated in the Belgian prime-time TV show C’est du belge during which she explored nude female body as sacred canvas for her art in a collaborative project with photographer Eric Ceccarini. Philosopher and art writer Marcel Paquet, who knew and wrote about Magritte, Botero, Calder and Mirò, dedicated one of his essays to her art. www.uslada.art
TreeSisters invites everyone to do as much radical good as they can for the planet. Its global network of treesisters is transforming both lives and landscapes in extraordinary ways. TreeSisters offers unique global programs that focus on encouraging women's leadership, Nature-connection, and significant behaviour change as we make the shift from being consumers to restorers. TreeSisters is funding the restoration of environments, biodiversity and communities within 10+ major ecosystems around the world, through a diverse portfolio of vetted, trusted reforestation projects. Join us in making ecological restoration the new norm - www.treesisters.org