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.
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.
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