Numbers Associated
develops projects and publications aimed at promoting multicultural experiences and/or at increasing public awareness about the loss of biodiversity and issues related to global warming

Numbers Associated desarrolla proyectos y publicaciones cuyo propósito es promover experiencias multiculturales y sensibilizar al público sobre la pérdida de la biodiversidad y sobre los problemas relacionados con el calentamiento global

New Book Release:

Heli Hofmann
Visions in Color

Heli Hofmann was born in the countryside of Bavaria, Germany, and grew up in an enthusiastic and lively family. Her paintings capture and enhance the beauty of her homeland’s idyllic landscapes, baroque churches, and picturesque villages. Her extensive travels to other lands are also depicted with bold strokes and vivid colors, in new visions of rural and urban beauty, and with harmony of land and sky.

Heli emigrated with her children to California in the fall of 1978. She discovered the New World, its Spanish missions, flower fields, and sunlit beaches. As one might imagine, her post-impressionistic style has influences of artists such as Franz Marc, August Macke, Gabriele Munter, as well as the early works of Wassily Kandinsky.

Ebook $4.99 (US)

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Also available as soft cover printed book:
260 pages color. 11”X8.5”. Edition: English / German - ISBN: 978-0-9894324-2-9
Available at Amazon: US
- Germany - France - Italy - UK
- Spain

"The koala plagued by his fate"

An installation presented with help from WIRES and Fundación Entijuanarte

'The koala plagued by his fate' confronted the audience with the future and options for survival of one of the world’s iconic species, the koala.

The piece features a koala clinging to a biblical-like statue with a backdrop of a WIRES image of a koala sitting on woodchips in a desolated, logged area of Australia. This iconic image encapsulates the plight of the koala in Australia: The koala verses the need for timber.

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