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.
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: painting, sculpture
Neighborhood: KensingtonSummary: Techniques include oil on canvas, film, photography, graphic illustration, printmaking,
calligraphy, and installation work.
Neighborhood: East Williamsburg
Neighborhood: Fort GreeneSummary: My works explore the intimacy of moments that pause me in the midst of familiar routines,
resonating with a contemplative character.
Summary: Everything is happening at the same time. I ride that current, the tornado, the space in between,
grabbing everything and rearranging it. Dissecting, amplifying, sampling, exploding, fading, layering
and subtracting. My drawings on top of m
Neighborhood: Boerum Hill
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: I am an abstract painter working in New York. My style is intuitive, fluid. Mainly working on Mylar.
Neighborhood: East New YorkSummary: Using primary colors and geometric shapes, I create complex compositions through simple
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: Sculptures that acknowledge the experience of irrational or unknowable psychological spaces in a world of accelerating science and technology.
Neighborhood: BensonhurstSummary: Expressionism in all of its manifestations ~ paintings prints photo essay sculpture poetry.
In my works I explore the motion of form, the written word, color and texture that are created with the recycled artifacts of my own life.
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: Mixed-media collage-painting that engages contemporary culture
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: Abstract acrylic paintings on canvas
Neighborhood: KensingtonSummary: Hannah Smith Allen is an artist who uses photographic images to considers the visual,
psychological and historic effects of war, identity, and violence.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: My work explores the questions of home, the sense of belonging and exclusion, passage and ephemeral and the disappearance of the body.
Summary: Nature as metaphor for the complexity of the human condition is the essence of my recent work.
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