Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: Sarah E. Brook builds relief sculptures and installations using sandpaper and canvas.
Neighborhood: BrownsvilleSummary: the space between the thought
Neighborhood: Prospect HeightsSummary: Abstract painter working in oil and mixed media.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: In the series, "Runaways," a female protagonist goes on adventures accompanied by various
animal companions. The work conjures a picaresque sprit familiar from adventure stories in which
a heroine navigates an exotic and unfamiliar world.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: Narrative paintings inspired by words, thoughts, dreams and experiences.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: These are paintings of what I see with my eyes closed.
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: My work is figurative but not realistic, concerned with loose representation and humorous
description using sensuous paint and inventive color.
Neighborhood: Windsor TerraceSummary: I create using whatever brings my ideas to fruition.
Neighborhood: Crown Heights
Summary: My work looks at the subtle nuances which exist beneath the surface of hyper-contextualized
identity politics to question what is individualistic about acts of imitation, repetition and creation?
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: Tag Brum believes that every piece of data is an amalgam of the previous one and possesses
random transmutations, formless margins and intricate overlapping components that are
compared to the results found in a search.
Summary: Memories are not crisp and clear. Only certain elements are focused, some may be glamorized
and embellished like a good story. The intersecting of reality and fiction is reflected through my
application of materials.
Neighborhood: DumboSummary: The art visualizes the missing half of our culture by giving form to the invisible psyche, both ecstatic and monstrous.
Neighborhood: FlatbushSummary: As an artist and an autistic savant my art expresses what my words cannot. Art makes me happy, it's the world through my eyes.
Pieces displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2010 & 2011), Lincoln Center, etch.
Neighborhood: Fort GreeneSummary: I am drawn to archaic formats in my art. There is something about delving into ephemeral forms
--revealing details that would otherwise be missed ––that express a passion, especially as said
forms are being phased out of use.
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