Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: I shoot overlapping multiple exposure photography, panoramic in shape, with a plastic camera (Holga). These unplanned juxtapositions capture my experience of a particular time and place and at the same time have an identity all their own.
Neighborhood: Boerum HillSummary: A line the simplest and most complex marks, the earliest marks made by humans to communicate.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: THIS IS LIFE THROUGH MY EYES.
Neighborhood: Brooklyn HeightsSummary: I am an interdisciplinary artist, that has merged the worlds of the performing stage and
photography. The composites created have a dream like sense of different worlds and places.
Neighborhood: FlatbushSummary: Born in Queens and a resident of New York City for all her life, Boyce creates pieces that explore
the landscapes and connections between dreams and memories.
Neighborhood: Windsor TerraceSummary: My work is called "My Brooklyn Accent" and are scenes of my childhood memories growing up in
Neighborhood: DumboSummary: Paintings and sculpture with themes concerning social issues.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: My work explores themes of impermanence, fragility, and inter-connectedness. I'm ever inspired by nature and human nature.
Neighborhood: Ditmas ParkSummary: Alaiyo is a visual journalist who creates fantasy and social conscious imagery in watercolor.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: Collages made by hand and digitally, representing my navigation of both dreamscapes and
day to day waking life, thematically inclined toward investigations of physical vs robotic,
technology and spirituality.
Summary: I am interested in analyzing memory and perception, and mining them in an effort to research their correlation with
Neighborhood: Clinton Hill
Neighborhood: Carroll GardensSummary: In the simplest terms, I am a mark-maker. This making of marks, lines, scratches, letters and strokes is central to my work and leads, only incidentally, to an area that is about light, tone and texture.
Neighborhood: Bay RidgeSummary: Good art removes the viewer's subjective, erroneous interpretation and opens a window to the intention of the artist who creates the piece.
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