Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: This series chronicles the Gowanus neighborhood in Brooklyn. Inspired by the gentrification of this
neighborhood, I find myself drawn less to the intrusion of the contemporary and more to the
timeworn character of my surroundings.
Neighborhood: Red HookSummary: Hilary Lorenz is a multidisciplinary artist who explores intersections of running, nature, and
solitude though printmaking, drawing and installation.
Summary: My work represents an internal a very personal reflection of the landscape and the natural world. In my paintings, the representation of the changing seasons and ever present forces of nature mirror my own thoughts and experiences.
Neighborhood: Bay RidgeSummary: Artistic and Commercial Photographer, Art lover.
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: Budding, evolving, experimental.
A work in progress, a path in self-discovery.
A young woman still finding her voice, still finding her place, still finding her worth, still finding herself.
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: My artwork is a visual representation of the first thing that comes to me when I wake up.
Neighborhood: Windsor TerraceSummary: I am obsessive compulsive and draw constantly: on rolodex cards, 5 x 8 plain index cards (folded in
half), and pocket sized scraps of paper; this impulse has led to an entire body of art exploring my
daily experience in the workplace.
Summary: Horses run, dogs sleep, and birds soar in the sky, all the while our environment is ever changing.
Neighborhood: Crown Heights
Neighborhood: Crown HeightsSummary: I seek to normalize Indigenous presence and narratives within the greater global fabric, equal to any other cultural group; investing contemporary indigenous Native American culture with an international sense of place.
Neighborhood: Coney IslandSummary: I create wall-hung assemblage pieces using everyday materials and found objects.
Neighborhood: Carroll GardensSummary: ceramic sculpture
Neighborhood: Park Slope
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