Fiercely Curious is Open for Business

7 months ago

Let us tell you a story. It’s a story about art, Brooklyn and friendship. Are you sitting comfortably? Then we’ll begin.

Why Art? Why Brooklyn?

Today we’re launching Fiercely Curious. It’s a home for Brooklyn art and Brooklyn artists. Why did we do this? It’s simple really - we have friends who are amazingly talented and inspiring and we want to share their work and stories with you.

It quickly evolved from this little idea of giving them a voice into what you see before you today, with more artists coming to the site very soon!

Know Your Maker

We think it’s important to know where things come from. You should know your maker. So with Fiercely Curious we’re telling some stories about our artists and about their art. We want to be a cozy space to come grab a drink and keep yourself warm on long winter nights.

We hope you’ll get to know these artists as well as we do because they’re the real heroes not us in this adventure.
"Seek and learn to recognize who and what, in the midst of inferno, are not inferno, then make them endure, give them space." - Italo Calvino

Tiny Experiments In Doing

There is no time like the present so we’re launching today. We offer this up as a tiny little expression of “we did something. What do you think?”. We hope this site evolves with you. This experiment of determination, love and passion might just become something great. Let us know what you think: hello@fiercelycurious.com

Believe in Local

We want to build something local and lasting. Art is sustainable and can be handed down through generations. Maybe some of their words will linger with you as it gets passed down too! All our artists are living and working in Brooklyn. We think it’s an important part of the story - to encourage you to meet the artist behind the work and to feel a connection to them. So:

Free Shipping in NYC & Brooklyn - just put the code “Brooklyn” in at checkout if you’re living locally and we’ll hand deliver the art for you for free. Nice.

Book a studio visit - We’re giving you as many pixels as we can but if you still want more - come and see any of our art in real life technicolor by arranging a studio visit with any of our artists. Just drop us a line at hello@fiercelycurious.com and we’ll help you out.

Meet The Artists

Here are our heroes. There’s something for everyone no matter your wallet or wall size. Check them out and explore their work!

Cecelia Rembert

Cecelia Rembert is a visual artist who’s work explores the human act of painting as sign, story and metaphor. She lives and works in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, NY. See all her work here.

Jake Wallace

Jake Wallace is a New York-based artist and printmaker. He produces mixed media silkscreens on wood panels and paper. See all his work here.

Sean Hutcheon

Sean is a photographer capturing the essence of America through traditional photography techniques. See all his work here.

Ai Campbell

Born in Osaka, Japan, Ai trained in oil painting at the Kyoto College of Art and Design and works with ink on canvas and paper. See all her work here.

Micaela Walker

Born and raised in Manhattan, Micaela left briefly to pursue photography at the Rhode Island School of Design. She studied abroad at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland, which would spark the first of many return trips collecting vibrant imagery of the terrain and the people who inhabit it. See all her work here.

David Silver

David was born in Washington DC. In high-school he failed art twice. He works with graphite, watercolor and acrylics. See all his work here.

Thank You & Nice to Meet You

Thank you to everyone who helped us pull this site together. And nice to meet you! If you have any questions please drop us an email: hello@fiercelycurious.com or catch us on twitter: @fiercelycurious

Much love,
Erin & Tom x
Handwritten 7 months ago by Erin & Tom