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Email Naima at

SeaportArtist [at] gmail.com

or call 212–964–8465

Mailing address is
PO Box 980
New York, NY 10272

 
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New Work Click here for purchasing & layaway information
In June of 2014, I was given the opportunity of painting big – something I’ve wanted to do for a long time, but never had the room. Four panels, each eight feet high and ranging in width from thirty-nine to eighty-one inches, were mounted on the side of a building at the South Street Seaport, and were all mine to do whatever I wanted. Of course, the fish market was my first thought. The panels were on the corner of Fulton and South streets, in the heart of what was once the Fulton Fish Market before it moved to the Bronx in 2005. What better thing to do than to bring back the fishmongers – if only in paint – to their historic neighborhood. I set to work interpreting my charcoal drawings into weather-durable acrylic paint, selecting a blue-green color in keeping with the theme and to contrast with the red of the brick walls. A friend, Tim Hayduk, happened to pass by one day as I was painting. He had his camera, and took this great photo documenting my progress.
 
                          
   

 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
   
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Purchasing Information

Naima is happy to answer questions about purchasing artwork or commissioning a special order painting.

Please email Naima at SeaportArtist [at] gmail.com or call her at 212-964-8465.

Layaway Plan

Payments can be made over time, with no interest charges. The artist keeps the artwork until paid in full.

Shipping

Packing and shipping are available. Charges depend on size of artwork and method of shipment.

Framing

Matting and framing are available for unframed prints, watercolors and charcoals.

Sales Tax

Sales tax applies to artwork picked up or shipped within New York State.