"Go With the Flow" by Luke Boggia

"Go With the Flow" by Luke Boggia



"Go With the Flow" is a limited edition of 100 prints by Luke Boggia. With a small border for framing, the artwork measures approximately 6” high by 6” wide. 

The archival print was created by Tiny Showcase and ships with a corresponding certificate of authenticity. Printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white print making paper made from 90% bamboo fibers and 10% cotton.

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Luke has chosen the Sojourner House as this week's charity.  $200 from the sale of Luke's artwork will be donated.

About Sojourner House

"Our vision statement says it all: Sojourner House envisions a world where everyone lives their life free from domestic and sexual abuse. Sojourner House is a nonprofit organization founded in 1976 by Providence residents and Brown University students who were concerned about what was then a silent epidemic: domestic and sexual violence. Thanks to the efforts of our many supporters, Sojourner House has grown from a part-time, volunteer hotline into a provider of comprehensive services available to victims of abuse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  We've taken steps to determine how best to prioritize our future efforts to help those who are most isolated due to abuse, as well as efforts to improve systemic and institutional responses to people in abusive relationships.

Every day we receive requests for assistance from individuals in abusive relationships. Thanks to our supporters, we are able to offer them support groups, emergency shelter, transitional housing, sexual health advocacy, emotional support, referrals to over 50 other community partners providing additional assistance, and more. We assisted more than 3,000 new clients in 2014. Our supporters make our work to end domestic and sexual violence possible. Since its incorporation in 1976, Sojourner House has served more than 50,000 individuals." 

Meet the Artist: Luke Boggia

"Luke Boggia is a musician, illustrator, and filmmaker. He grew up in the Adirondack park in upstate New York.  His illustrations have been featured in publications around the US, as well as on posters and T-shirts for various bands. His films and videos have been seen at festivals around the US and in Europe."