The Heart of PEJU Collective is a testament to our commitment to nurturing creativity and self-expression. So, how did we find these amazing artists you ask? It all started with ThreeSpaces, an art tech company based out of Walnut Creek, CA. ThreeSpaces is dedicated to bringing under-represented communities of artists and physical spaces together, creating new opportunities in NFT market.
As a result of our partnership with ThreeSpaces, we were able to select six talented female artists from around the world to participate in The Heart of PEJU Collective. ThreeSpaces provided us with a diverse group of creatives whose unique perspectives and styles perfectly embody PEJU’s values of representation, community, and charity.
With only 16% of NFT artists being women, we are proud to empower under-represented artists to participate in the digital world of art. Our partnership with ThreeSpaces allows us to bring these artists’ creations into the physical world, providing a one-of-a-kind experience for art and wine enthusiasts alike.
Meet The Artists
Wildy Martinez is a fashion designer, artist, and founder of Wildflower Fields. Her creative movement celebrates the diversity of women through art, fashion, and storytelling on the Web3 platform.
LOVE aka LOV3 is a Filipinx-American from NYC. She grew up around Times Square, marveling at works by ’80s graffiti artists like LADY PINK.
Sarana Haeata is a multi disciplinary artist currently based in Alice Springs, Australia. Her work explores the beauty and nuances held in shared stories, collective and individual identity and the female experience
Robin Gibson is a multi-passionate muralist, designer, educator and mom of three, based in Oakland, California. Upon graduating high school in the Bay Area, she matriculated at Parsons School of Design in New York.
Anna Judd is an artist and writer living deep in the mountains of California, exploring the fractal nature of abstract paint layers dragged onto canvas.
Danielle King is an artist, collector, writer, and curator based in Western Massachusetts. She studied studio art and art history at Harvard University, working primarily in photography, film, and mixed media.