Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: Installation, Sculpture, New Media__________Duality, Nature, Femininity
Summary: The resulting image is something I have searched for while using paint on a surface. At some
point I saw the image in the paint. The next step was to add the detail.
Neighborhood: CanarsieSummary: Young Artist with strong non-fiction and fiction writing skills who has aspirations to become an accomplished Animator or Writer for Animation.
Neighborhood: FlatlandsSummary: Fine Art, Portraits, Media, 2D Animation, Motion Graphics
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: Multi-disciplinary artist: focus on public art.
Summary: I paint fantastical highly stylized images of animals, mythical creatures, and people.
Neighborhood: FlatbushSummary: Primarily an observational painter. Cityscapes of Jerusalem are a recurring motif, but not romanticized or idealized images, rather the grimy rundown reality. Introspective self -portraits and the figure are strong interests.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: Many of my works are scientific in nature and are the products of years of experimentation,
developing once an identifiable connection is made, with historical threads both apparent and
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: I am interested in painting as a lens through which to reconcile my perception of the corporeal world
with intangible notions of intense human emotion, experience and meaning. It is an understanding
of art as a treatise on human nature.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: I make installations, videos, photographs, drawings, and collages that investigate and question
perception, the movement of time, the understanding of space, and everyday phenomena.
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: Color etchings of diverse architectural images at a certain moment or time of day.
Neighborhood: Fort GreeneSummary: Mixed media/tiled collage-modern pointillism
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: My work investigates diasporic identity utilizing through poetry, craft and the body.
Summary: Big Bang – “a moment recreated”While creating this peice of art work the Artist was captivated with the thought
of capturing the moment of when the universe in which we live today was created. As per the theory of “Big
Bang”, in the i
Neighborhood: Brooklyn HeightsSummary: Untitled is a ongoing master series of black-and-white macro photographs of living plant elements. Although the medium is photography, I think of my work as sculpture. There is an emphasis on form, texture and what the image may evoke.
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