Andrea Arroyo was selected by President Bill Clinton as the Global Citizen Award Artist
Watch the video on Hulu, the award is featured through the ceremony (Artist's profile: min. 50:10 - 53:00)
"Lilith and her Sisters"
Sherman Creek Park, Manhattan, NYC. Mixed media, repurposed materials, Siberian Elm. Commissioned by NoMAA and the New York Restoration Project.
Lilith and her Sisters
“December Daphne - Homage to Eliza Jumel”
Commissioned by the Morris-Jumel Mansion Museum, the oldest house in Manhattan (c. 1765) in historic Washington Heights.
Site-specific installation created for Madame Jumel's bedchamber at the Morris-Jumel Mansion. Mixed media, featuring furnishings that are said to have belonged to the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.
December Daphne - Homage to Eliza Jumel
Commissioned Projects (Print)
PUBLIC ART "My City, My Plantet, My Sun" Commissioned by the MTA, NYC for the New York City Subway. Glass panels. "In her series, Andrea Arroyo creates colorful figures in faceted glass to portray her theme of sun, planet, and city. The glassworks bring lively color to the station, providing visual interest and a place for the commuter to concentrate on positive thoughts and energy..."
"Harmony I" Relief Mural 6x15ft. Mixed media and hand-painted fiberglass. NY School Construction Authority. IS-206, New York.