Neighborhood: Park Slope
Neighborhood: Ditmas ParkSummary: I make site-specific installations in the natural environments where I find objects, and I bring
gathered materials back home to create a time stamp from a specific location.
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: I am a photographer currently working in the digital format and making primarily color
landscape/nature images with a recent portfolios from 8 years of living in Paraguay, South America.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: I paint mechanical abstractions made of improvised engineered elements.
Summary: My paintings are characterized by Humanism as defined by Italian Renaissance philosophers.
Neighborhood: Red HookSummary: Rooted in the language of decay, erosion and disease, my work merges intricate microcosms with immense topographies.
Summary: I make Paintings in Space for the walls and as room sized configurations.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: This new work comprised of 3D collage, mixed media illustrations as well as had cut paper, and installations.
Through these mixed media work she uses hand cutting and stacking to explore peeling back layers in terms of
society’s history, power and tre
Neighborhood: Sunset ParkSummary: Nathan Kensinger is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores hidden urban landscapes, off-limits structures, environmental disaster zones and other liminal spaces.
Neighborhood: Red Hook
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: I paint Brooklyn landscapes, many at night, focusing on the relationships between nature and
human creation to show what can be discovered and appreciated close at hand.
Neighborhood: Boerum HillSummary: My work examines the individual as a complex social product within in a variety of contexts. I create
new rhetoric about how we interact, compete or re-invent ourselves using our identity as a â€œcultural
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: Rapidograph 00 pointillism,
starting to experiment with acrylic transfers.
Mainly figurative, head, hands, torso.
Neighborhood: Prospect HeightsSummary: From the New York Times:
"Peter J. Ketchum knows how to get the viewer's
attention. Shown widely around the country, his
pictures commingle colors, situations,
commentary and mediums in a manner that is
provocative, funny and to the point."
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: Through colorful works that on first glance look playful and whimsical, Khanâ€™s work illuminates a dark and complex political struggle with violence and identity that takes place through, on, and in public vehicles.
Neighborhood: Manhattan Beach
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