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Artist Profile: Astrid Fitzgerald

image-6465When years ago I began making art I was at the same time searching for answers to fundamental questions about the nature of being. Later, I began to see that my art and what turned out to be basic philosophical questions came together as I started to explore the laws ...

Artist Profile: CJ Nye

image-6150To know my work, know that I know what I do. Every mark is there for a reason, exactly as it is. I describe the world as I feel it and as I understand it rationally, in broad strokes. To find the lexicon of my work, look through the filter ...

Artist Profile: Ryan DaWalt

image-6002Artist Statement These works are composed with handmade pigments-a ferromagnetic material which is colored and then cast on linen backed by a magnetic field.  Each piece has a unique color play. The paintings have actual magnetic lines that run through the pigments before they are fixed.  The resulting image is like ...

Exhibit: Human Group Show at Manetamed

image-5890 Manetamed is a multi-purpose venue located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It operates as a hair salon, and has exhibited a wide variety of visual artists amongst a setting of music, installation and performance. The upcoming gallery opening will celebrate Manetamed’s art show entitled “Human,” which features the visual art of several contemporary artists. ...

Exhibition: Porter Contemporary Presents “Desiring Uncertainty” Paintings by Jee Hwang

image-5524Porter Contemporary is pleased to announce Desiring Uncertainty, a solo exhibition of works by Jee Hwang from February 23 through March 31, 2012 with an opening reception with the artist on February 23rd from 6:30 - 8:30 PM. The bath tub symbolizing the human form, empty or full, is the universal ...

“The Greatest City on Earth” by Linda Zacks

image-5696The Alliance for Downtown New York announced the latest Re:Construction installation, The Greatest City on Earth, located at Nassau between John and Fulton Streets by artist Linda Zacks. “As Lower Manhattan continues to grow, construction can be tough on small businesses and confusing for pedestrians. While we look forward to all ...

Show and Tell: Artists Talk and Answer Questions with Shawn Dulaney and Hugh Crawford

image-5686Show and Tell: Artists Talk and Answer Questions with Shawn Dulaney and  Hugh Crawford On Tuesday, February 7 , 2011 from 8-10 p.m. at The Old Stone House Remember Show and Tell in elementary school? When you got a chance to bring something in from home to show your class. It was simple, ...

Exhibit: “Expanding the Landscape” at Art 101

image-5713EXPANDING THE LANDSCAPE Alexandra Limpert and Patrick Whalen January 13 - February 12 ART 101 heralds the New Year with EXPANDING THE LANDSCAPE, an exhibition of figurative drawings and sculpture by Alexandra Limpert and Patrick Whalen. Limpert's figurative sculptures reflect the architectural structures of her native New York. 'Steel allows me to create ...

Exhibit: SUGAR introduces Lineup, round 3

image-5653SUGAR introduces Lineup, round 3 1.28.12 - 3.10.12 opening reception Saturday January 28, 6-8 p.m. Heavy brush strokes diminish, colors are defined, divided, and consolidated. Shapes are realized while surfaces melt, glisten, shine, and give-in. The transitioning is a tickle to the ribs, and the whole of round 3 is an offering of ...

Exhibit: Lorene Taurerewa and Warwick McLeod “THE SUGARBREAD HOUSE” at THE END

image-5627 Opening reception: Friday, February 27, 6.30pm-10pm. Lorene Taurerewa and Warwick McLeod THE SUGARBREAD HOUSE drawings and paintings opens at THE END,  a recording house/gallery/performance space in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. http://theendnyc.com/blog/ THE END, 13 Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn (G Train to Greenpoint Ave, exit at Greenpoint Ave)
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