Jana Liptak

Sacred Geometries
I spent my early years in Tucson, Arizona, and did a lot of different things in different places before ending up in New York City. There was a job counting salmon in the Pacific Northwest, working as a pastry chef in Seattle, and I lived in Edinburgh, Scotland, for a couple years getting her MFA in painting. I taught art in Northern Scotland and Southern India for a while, and in 2009 decided to move to Brooklyn. I have since been keeping busy as a freelance artist, emerging street artist and muralist, and a proud member of the scenic artists' union for film, television, and theater.
About the piano
Location: 28 Liberty Plaza, 28 Liberty St, New York, NY Hours: 10AM - 8PM Click here for full map of all Sing for Hope Piano locations. My design incorporates systems of sacred geometries to present a design, inspired by Moroccan tile mosaics, meant to evoke the radiance of the sun. The design is translated in such a way as to cover the entire piano, sometimes repeating. It has been produced with a combination of stencils, tape, and geometric measurements. It is a design I have created in a few iterations of various sizes in the past. Like all works of sacred geometry, it is a meditation on connection, order, and universal spiritualism. It is meant to transcend cultures and religions and appeal to humanity as a whole.