Neighborhood: Park Slope
Neighborhood: BensonhurstSummary: Not entirely abstract, occasionally representational.
Neighborhood: Cobble Hill
Neighborhood: GreenpointSummary: painting with light (photography) and painting with paint (paintings)
Neighborhood: Sunset ParkSummary: I'm a queer illustrator and theater artist exploring the intersection of visual art and performance.
Summary: Let photography rule !
Summary: The Contortions series has its roots in process in an investigation of what paint can do physically.
After multiple layers of acrylics are methodically applied to a support, these slabs are pulled up,
sliced, carved, and/or peeled.
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: As a sculptor and conceptual crafter my process involves removing the functionality from vintage
chairs, transforming their utility through a complex process of cutting, altering, sanding and
Neighborhood: FlatbushSummary: These are 24" x 30" composite inkjet images printed on canvas, which examine the clash between
European/American and third-world cultures that has dominated the last 75 years of human
Neighborhood: GowanusSummary: Imagined and observed spaces and structures drawn over local topographical maps
Neighborhood: East WilliamsburgSummary: I am interested in the systems people create in order to organize what they perceived in the
Neighborhood: Park SlopeSummary: In my recent work, I construct tableaux specifically for the camera, staging dead birds and flowers that I collect in the urban areas and parks near my home, to create new forms--referencing J. J. Audubon and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley.
Summary: Jennifer Schmidt is a multi-media artist living in Brooklyn, NY, who works with print media, graphic design, and sound to create site-specific installations, video, and performances that question the role of visual iconography and repetitiv
Neighborhood: BushwickSummary: Two-sided paintings on Mylar and fabric installations with colorful transparent panels. The panels
interact with each other, capturing and reflecting ambient light and air. Unfinished and frayed
edges convey gestural and ephemeral qualities
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