Summary: Wildness is necessary.
Neighborhood: Cobble HillSummary: My body of work spans a variety of subjects, yet it continuously follows a self-exploratory and
expressive trail guided by my own investigations.
I use photography - sometimes as a beginning and sometimes as a conclusion – to create books
Neighborhood: Crown Heights
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: Vinyl record assemblages created with discarded records, found objects and paint on wood.
Neighborhood: FlatbushSummary: Each piece of my work has theatrical elements, which is infused with
Neighborhood: GreenpointSummary: Originating as performance, my figurative drawings and paintings − preferably life-size and beyond − deal with the fundamental inter-relatedness and interdependence of all living things and the constraints imposed by our physica
Summary: Gold is noble, abstract is ambiguous, black & white is dramatic – all the qualities which make up
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: I collaborate with my husband, Patrick Gallagher. Our current work centers around the use of
emerging technology and interaction.
Neighborhood: Bedford-StuyvesantSummary: Patterns, permutations, consciousness, the choice not to be of my tribe, confronting me on
Koscuiszko where I live now, one block from DeKalb where my Father chose to be Fundamentalist
Jewish, my Black neighbors. This is my subject mat
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: In bold gestural forms I investigate the body language of animals. In steel (and wax;) motion
conveys emotion. I scavenge scrap yards for industrial refuse ravaged by demolition. Bent, twisted,
steel contains energy and potential new life.
Neighborhood: Sunset ParkSummary: Methodically, meditatively, obsessively, carefully, at times carelessly but always vehemently, I
make and remake.
Neighborhood: Prospect Lefferts GardensSummary: Painting with light, lighting with paint.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: An exploration of emotion, tension, turmoil, and peace through through body and space.
Neighborhood: Clinton HillSummary: I use light, shadow and abstract symbols to crate geometric paintings and sculptures that references a spectrum of everyday life from humans and animals to landscapes and atmospheres.
Neighborhood: WilliamsburgSummary: Calligraphy in both English & Korean build layer over layer in fluorescent pink and green with black
and white to fill large canvases that are cut up and sold as pieces of a whole.
Neighborhood: Cobble HillSummary: Jenifer Kobylarz's work portrays a world that is inspired by compositional relationships of
geometric and natural forms and bold color use capturing a frozen moment.
Summary: My work ranges from interactive digital/analog art to old school printmaking and sculpture. www.ForMyFutureBiographer.com
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