This is the official site to purchase signed, numbered, limited-edition prints created by artist Xavier Cortada. All proceeds from Hibiscus Gallery sales benefit Cortada Projects!

Cortada Prints

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Aer – Four Elements

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 Originally created specifically for The Frost Art Museum, artist Xavier Cortada’s “Four Elements at the Frost” is a vibrant and beautiful depiction of the classical Greek elements. The “Four Elements” (Aer, Aqua, Ignis, and Terra) are available as a limited-edition print series, the large scale of the prints conveying the grandiosity of the original installation at Frost on permanent display in the museum’s foyer. 

 

$5,000.00

American Alligator – 80.15W

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Titled for Biscayne Bay’s longitude, “80.15 W” features the 17 threatened and endangered species that call Biscayne National Park (Miami, FL) home. In 2010, artist Xavier Cortada created the drawings on carbon paper, an apt metaphor for the impact (or “carbon footprint”) that humans have had on these animals. The works are in the permanent collection of NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, each limited-edition print (editions of 5) signed and numbered by the artist to establish its value and authenticity.

$500.00

American Crocodile – 80.15W

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Titled for Biscayne Bay’s longitude, “80.15 W” features the 17 threatened and endangered species that call Biscayne National Park (Miami, FL) home. In 2010, artist Xavier Cortada created the drawings on carbon paper, an apt metaphor for the impact (or “carbon footprint”) that humans have had on these animals. The works are in the permanent collection of NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, each limited-edition print (editions of 5) signed and numbered by the artist to establish its value and authenticity.

$500.00

Aqua – Four Elements

Only 7 left in stock / Shipping Available

 Originally created specifically for The Frost Art Museum, artist Xavier Cortada’s “Four Elements at the Frost” is a vibrant and beautiful depiction of the classical Greek elements. The “Four Elements” (Aer, Aqua, Ignis, and Terra) are available as a limited-edition print series, the large scale of the prints conveying the grandiosity of the original installation at Frost on permanent display in the museum’s foyer.

 

$5,000.00

Bottlenose Dolphins – Release to Tide

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As digitally signed archival eco-safe ink prints, these limited-editions of the public artwork “Release to Tide” offer a significant message through their subtle compositions. The artist Xavier Cortada created these works in an effort to bring awareness to Florida’s Caloosahatchee River, the artwork intended specifically to draw attention to the plight of the greater Everglades ecosystem.

 

$325.00

Burrowing Owls – Endangered Animals

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As part of his public art installation at Ft. Drum plaza along the Florida Turnpike, Cortada’s “Endangered Animals” series allowed the artist an opportunity to showcase a variety of endangered animals that have been affected by habitat loss due to overdevelopment. 

Each of these signed, numbered, limited-edition prints (edition of 5) showcases a specific endangered animal that has been affected by habitat loss due to human impacts. The artist, Xavier Cortada, hopes through the elasticity and potential of art that we may find a better way to coexist with nature before these animals become extinct.

Prints from the “Endangered Animals” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee, as well as having been exhibited at the Orlando Science Center and The Frank (Frank C. Otis Gallery and Exhibit Hall) as part of the artist’s overarching “Florida is…Nature” exhibition. They also were included in the artist’s solo exhibition at Creative Pinellas.

$500.00

Buttonwood

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As part of the artist’s social practice, the “Native Flags” project, initiated by Xavier Cortada in 2008, serves to have its participants make a literal declaration of war against climate change, as well as making a symbolic gesture of reclamation by nature.

Seen throughout Cortada’s work is a focus on developing signifiers within communities. In “Native Flags”, the green project flag that accompanies the performance behaves as a statement of reclamation, a point of departure for participants to initiate new action. In turn, the environmental impact of “Native Flags” is amphibolic, as it not only terraforms the urban landscape, an action against climate change through the initiation of a natural tree canopy, it also spurs conversation throughout various communities for other actions to be taken. All 12 of Cortada’s “Native Flags” prints are in the collection of the University of Miami’s Miami Herbert Business School.

 

$500.00

Cyan Roots 1 – Mangroves

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Artist Xavier Cortada’s career has often centered around imagery associated with a ubiquitous Florida icon, that of the mangrove. These artist prints (editions of 10) exemplify this relationship, presenting a variety of Cortada’s more notable mangrove artworks through limited-edition series. With strong composition and vibrant color choices, these works were intended to establish a conceptual resonance between the audience and nature, in hopes of promoting a more in-depth understanding and relationship towards our environment. 

All prints from Cortada’s “Mangrove” series are in the collection of the Florida International University Steven and Dorothea Green Library

$1,000.00

Cyan Roots 2 – Mangroves

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Artist Xavier Cortada’s career has often centered around imagery associated with a ubiquitous Florida icon, that of the mangrove. These artist prints (editions of 10) exemplify this relationship, presenting a variety of Cortada’s more notable mangrove artworks through limited-edition series. With strong composition and vibrant color choices, these works were intended to establish a conceptual resonance between the audience and nature, in hopes of promoting a more in-depth understanding and relationship towards our environment. 

All prints from Cortada’s “Mangrove” series are in the collection of the Florida International University Steven and Dorothea Green Library

 

$1,000.00

Dahoon Holly

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As part of the artist’s social practice, the “Native Flags” project, initiated by Xavier Cortada in 2008, serves to have its participants make a literal declaration of war against climate change, as well as making a symbolic gesture of reclamation by nature.

Seen throughout Cortada’s work is a focus on developing signifiers within communities. In “Native Flags”, the green project flag that accompanies the performance behaves as a statement of reclamation, a point of departure for participants to initiate new action. In turn, the environmental impact of “Native Flags” is amphibolic, as it not only terraforms the urban landscape, an action against climate change through the initiation of a natural tree canopy, it also spurs conversation throughout various communities for other actions to be taken. All 12 of Cortada’s “Native Flags” prints are in the collection of the University of Miami’s Miami Herbert Business School.

 

$500.00

Diatom

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Xavier Cortada’s “Diatoms” at Turkey Lake plaza near Orlando, Florida is an exceptionally vibrant work, the limited-edition prints belonging in the permanent collection of Florida’s Department of State.

The artist prints showcase diatoms, sun-loving, single-cell organisms that harness the power of the sun to convert carbon dioxide into life-giving oxygen. These works promote a conceptually driven experience through an aesthetically striking composition.

One of each of the “Diatom” prints (series of 5) from “Florida is…Nature” are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee, the works also having been exhibited at the Orlando Science Center, The Frank (Frank C. Otis Gallery and Exhibit Hall), and Creative Pinellas as an integral part of the artist’s exhibitions. 

 

$1,500.00

Eastern Indigo Snake – 80.15W

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Titled for Biscayne Bay’s longitude, “80.15 W” features the 17 threatened and endangered species that call Biscayne National Park (Miami, FL) home. In 2010, artist Xavier Cortada created the drawings on carbon paper, an apt metaphor for the impact (or “carbon footprint”) that humans have had on these animals. The works are in the permanent collection of NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, each limited-edition print (editions of 5) signed and numbered by the artist to establish its value and authenticity.

$500.00

Eastern Indigo Snakes – Endangered Animals

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As part of his public art installation at Ft. Drum plaza along the Florida Turnpike, Cortada’s “Endangered Animals” series allowed the artist an opportunity to showcase a variety of endangered animals that have been affected by habitat loss due to overdevelopment. 

Each of these signed, numbered, limited-edition prints (edition of 5) showcases a specific endangered animal that has been affected by habitat loss due to human impacts. The artist, Xavier Cortada, hopes through the elasticity and potential of art that we may find a better way to coexist with nature before these animals become extinct.

Prints from the “Endangered Animals” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee, as well as having been exhibited at the Orlando Science Center and The Frank (Frank C. Otis Gallery and Exhibit Hall) as part of the artist’s overarching “Florida is…Nature” exhibition. They also were included in the artist’s solo exhibition at Creative Pinellas.

$500.00

Elkhorn Coral – 80.15W

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Titled for Biscayne Bay’s longitude, “80.15 W” features the 17 threatened and endangered species that call Biscayne National Park (Miami, FL) home. In 2010, artist Xavier Cortada created the drawings on carbon paper, an apt metaphor for the impact (or “carbon footprint”) that humans have had on these animals. The works are in the permanent collection of NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, each limited-edition print (editions of 5) signed and numbered by the artist to establish its value and authenticity.

$500.00

Firebush

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As part of the artist’s social practice, the “Native Flags” project, initiated by Xavier Cortada in 2008, serves to have its participants make a literal declaration of war against climate change, as well as making a symbolic gesture of reclamation by nature.

Seen throughout Cortada’s work is a focus on developing signifiers within communities. In “Native Flags”, the green project flag that accompanies the performance behaves as a statement of reclamation, a point of departure for participants to initiate new action. In turn, the environmental impact of “Native Flags” is amphibolic, as it not only terraforms the urban landscape, an action against climate change through the initiation of a natural tree canopy, it also spurs conversation throughout various communities for other actions to be taken. All 12 of Cortada’s “Native Flags” prints are in the collection of the University of Miami’s Miami Herbert Business School.

 

$500.00

Florida Bog Frogs – Endangered Animals

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As part of his public art installation at Ft. Drum plaza along the Florida Turnpike, Cortada’s “Endangered Animals” series allowed the artist an opportunity to showcase a variety of endangered animals that have been affected by habitat loss due to overdevelopment. 

Each of these signed, numbered, limited-edition prints (edition of 5) showcases a specific endangered animal that has been affected by habitat loss due to human impacts. The artist, Xavier Cortada, hopes through the elasticity and potential of art that we may find a better way to coexist with nature before these animals become extinct.

Prints from the “Endangered Animals” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee, as well as having been exhibited at the Orlando Science Center and The Frank (Frank C. Otis Gallery and Exhibit Hall) as part of the artist’s overarching “Florida is…Nature” exhibition. They also were included in the artist’s solo exhibition at Creative Pinellas.

$500.00

Florida Panthers – Endangered Animals

As part of his public art installation at Ft. Drum plaza along the Florida Turnpike, Cortada’s “Endangered Animals” series allowed the artist an opportunity to showcase a variety of endangered animals that have been affected by habitat loss due to overdevelopment. 

Each of these signed, numbered, limited-edition prints (edition of 5) showcases a specific endangered animal that has been affected by habitat loss due to human impacts. The artist, Xavier Cortada, hopes through the elasticity and potential of art that we may find a better way to coexist with nature before these animals become extinct.

Prints from the “Endangered Animals” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee, as well as having been exhibited at the Orlando Science Center and The Frank (Frank C. Otis Gallery and Exhibit Hall) as part of the artist’s overarching “Florida is…Nature” exhibition. They also were included in the artist’s solo exhibition at Creative Pinellas.

$145.00$500.00

Florida Privet

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As part of the artist’s social practice, the “Native Flags” project, initiated by Xavier Cortada in 2008, serves to have its participants make a literal declaration of war against climate change, as well as making a symbolic gesture of reclamation by nature.

Seen throughout Cortada’s work is a focus on developing signifiers within communities. In “Native Flags”, the green project flag that accompanies the performance behaves as a statement of reclamation, a point of departure for participants to initiate new action. In turn, the environmental impact of “Native Flags” is amphibolic, as it not only terraforms the urban landscape, an action against climate change through the initiation of a natural tree canopy, it also spurs conversation throughout various communities for other actions to be taken. All 12 of Cortada’s “Native Flags” prints are in the collection of the University of Miami’s Miami Herbert Business School.

 

$500.00

Gopher Tortoises – Endangered Animals

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As part of his public art installation at Ft. Drum plaza along the Florida Turnpike, Cortada’s “Endangered Animals” series allowed the artist an opportunity to showcase a variety of endangered animals that have been affected by habitat loss due to overdevelopment. 

Each of these signed, numbered, limited-edition prints (edition of 5) showcases a specific endangered animal that has been affected by habitat loss due to human impacts. The artist, Xavier Cortada, hopes through the elasticity and potential of art that we may find a better way to coexist with nature before these animals become extinct.

Prints from the “Endangered Animals” series are in the collection of Florida’s Department of State in Tallahassee, as well as having been exhibited at the Orlando Science Center and The Frank (Frank C. Otis Gallery and Exhibit Hall) as part of the artist’s overarching “Florida is…Nature” exhibition. They also were included in the artist’s solo exhibition at Creative Pinellas.

$500.00

Green Sea Turtle – 80.15W

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Titled for Biscayne Bay’s longitude, “80.15 W” features the 17 threatened and endangered species that call Biscayne National Park (Miami, FL) home. In 2010, artist Xavier Cortada created the drawings on carbon paper, an apt metaphor for the impact (or “carbon footprint”) that humans have had on these animals. The works are in the permanent collection of NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, each limited-edition print (editions of 5) signed and numbered by the artist to establish its value and authenticity.

$500.00