ABOUT THE ARTIST

Staci Johnson is a Brooklyn-based artist whose brilliant use of shape, form, and saturated color create a lively sense of depth and motion. A lifelong artist, seeing Jackson Pollock’s work for the first time led her to fall in love with Abstract Expressionism, and incorporate many elements of the movement into her own work. She also counts Wangechi Mutu’s inspiring use of collage as a medium as a major influence on her style and process. Staci originally hails from Virginia and is the mother to an amazing 3-year-old boy.

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ABOUT THE INNER CITY RANGER PROJECT

The Inner City Ranger Project is a summer camp program created in 2017 by Aurelia Casey, M.A., a sign language teacher at Staten Island Academy. The program's mission is to give Brooklyn youth access to urban environmental education. ICR is housed at the Brooklyn Center for the Arts (BCA), a Black-owned and operated arts center that provides art, dance, music, and after school enrichment.

BROOKLYN AT DUSK

With notes of leather and patchouli, Brooklyn at Dusk captures the memory of spraying on perfume just before heading out for a night in our beloved city.

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ISLAND ORCHARD

Reminiscent of a warm sea breeze and a platter of juicy, ripe fruit, Island Orchard smells like a permanent vacation.

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UPSTATE CABIN

Find peace and escape the city when you light Upstate Cabin; notes of cypress and pine are grounded by sandalwood.

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