Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: Budding, evolving, experimental.
A work in progress, a path in self-discovery.
A young woman still finding her voice, still finding her place, still finding her worth, still finding herself.
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: My artwork is a visual representation of the first thing that comes to me when I wake up.
Neighborhood: Windsor TerraceSummary: I am obsessive compulsive and draw constantly: on rolodex cards, 5 x 8 plain index cards (folded in
half), and pocket sized scraps of paper; this impulse has led to an entire body of art exploring my
daily experience in the workplace.
Summary: Horses run, dogs sleep, and birds soar in the sky, all the while our environment is ever changing.
Neighborhood: Crown Heights
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: I seek to normalize Indigenous presence and narratives within the greater global fabric, equal to any other cultural group; investing contemporary indigenous Native American culture with an international sense of place.
Neighborhood: Coney IslandSummary: I create wall-hung assemblage pieces using everyday materials and found objects.
Neighborhood: Carroll GardensSummary: ceramic sculpture
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: Painting, installation and printmaking exploring zoomorphism and attachment to fabric as a major
distinction between humans and other animals.
Neighborhood: GreenpointSummary: Through the medium of photography I examine my desire to understand how emotions and memories are trapped inside photographs, representing reality in symbols. I am interested in creating art that is intimate, visceral, and emotive.
Neighborhood: Boerum HillSummary: All of my work comes from a feminist perspective and attempts to define, through metaphor, a
truth about the pain and beauty of the female experience.
Neighborhood: Red HookSummary: I am recording the passing of time with paint.
Summary: I work in oil on canvas or gouache on paper and I mostly paint landscapes, places I have traveled
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