Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: I work in ongoing series, developing ideas that have held my interest over many years.
Medium and style vary, contingent upon theme. I work in response to nature, language,
literature, dreams, silence, humor and paradox.
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: Human decisions in metaphysical landscapes.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: expressionistic oil portraiture, intricate line drawings, as well as non-representational
"emotional landscapes", visual poetry, video, sound, and performance.
Neighborhood: Carroll GardensSummary: Vibrant landscapes, waterscapes and urban images that both calm and excite.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: I combine paper-cuts, painting, drawing and photo elements to create work about the mystery of
the sexual experience.
Summary: I am an analog photographer based in Brooklyn New York.
I love working with film and use this as my medium to create my imagery, with all my work being
individually hand printed in the darkroom.
Neighborhood: GreenpointSummary: A re-thinking of the possibilities of abstract sculpture, marrying 20th century abstraction and archaic form-making.
Neighborhood: Dyker HeightsSummary: My paintings deal with the spiritual, otherworldly qualities of light in a landscape of the ideal, existing
on the threshold of the corporeal and spiritual, allowing the viewer to contemplate the landscape
while exploring the inner vista.
Neighborhood: Clinton Hill
Neighborhood: Dyker HeightsSummary: Conceptual paintings rendered in digital format sometimes highlighted with photographic images.
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: My image archive stems from a serious, almost forensic interest in how images are made, how they’re formed both physically and theoretically. I’m interested in making things that explore how we all remember and idealise each other.
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: Work includes oil and sculpture; themes gravitate toward landscapes, nature and natural
phenomena. Recent work: "Bewilderness", an outdoor art installation in a pine forest which focuses
on the tree as metaphor for non-human "other".
Neighborhood: Park Slope
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