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KIra Nam Greene Last Updated: 03/14/16
Neighborhood: Bedford-Stuyvesant
Summary: My paintings negotiate the duality and dichotomy of my existence as an Asian immigrant woman in America. I paint still life of food symbolic of the imagery of desire for female body, surrounded by transnational icons and patterns.
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Daniel Greenfield-Campoverde Last Updated: 10/27/15
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Jane Greengold Last Updated: 10/14/13
Neighborhood: Fort Greene
Summary: I create site-specific temporary and permanent public installations; abstract paintings; movable, malleable sculpture/paintings; and conceptual studio projects.
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Harry P Greenwald Last Updated: 03/08/15
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights
Summary: We live in a world that throws a lot away. My art takes things people discard – pill bottles, tin cans, parts of consumer electronics, old building materials – and makes whimsy out of them.
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Norma Greenwood Last Updated: 02/15/14
Neighborhood: Flatbush
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Max Greis Last Updated: 12/12/11
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Summary: Whether in painting, diorama or video, I utilize collage to create a globalized vision built from many individual landscapes.
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Aurélien GREZES Last Updated: 02/09/15
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AnneMarie Grillasca Last Updated: 02/17/13
Neighborhood: Bay Ridge
Summary: My most recent works are a series of images from my dreams.
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Audun Grimstad Last Updated: 08/23/17
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Jennifer V Grimyser Last Updated: 08/26/10
Neighborhood: East Williamsburg
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Rachel Grobstein Last Updated: 02/24/19
Neighborhood: Bushwick
Summary: I create miniature sculptures and constellations of cut, painted paper.
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Katya Grokhovsky Last Updated: 03/11/19
Neighborhood: Park Slope
Summary: My work deals with alienation, gender politics and identity through a displaced female body. Acting as a transcendental device, the body is a tool in various mediums, such as performance and sculpture, video, installation and drawing.
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Gabriele Grones Last Updated: 05/25/15
Neighborhood: Greenpoint
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Donald Groscost Last Updated: 07/02/10
Neighborhood: Williamsburg
Summary: Donald Groscost explores the natural world through the arena of memory and the subconscious whereby a myriad of cultural references as disparate as animated films, children’s books or visual technologies often collide in a single form
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Cheryl M. Gross Last Updated: 12/20/16
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Joan Grubin Last Updated: 06/30/11
Neighborhood: Dumbo
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Shanti E Grumbine Last Updated: 01/25/19
Neighborhood: Williamsburg
Summary: Using drawing, printmaking, paper cutting and sculpture, I transform everyday objects by pushing them into a liminal state between the identifiable and the not yet known.
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Leah M Guadagnoli Last Updated: 05/21/15
Neighborhood: Prospect Lefferts Gardens
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Ayasha Guerin Last Updated: 08/02/17
Neighborhood: Bushwick
Summary: My photography and writing concern themes of the urban/natural, public and private space, ecology, community and security.
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Marco Guglielmino Last Updated: 02/22/17
Neighborhood: Sunset Park
Summary: Marco Guglielmino is an interdisciplinary artist drawn to color, he has been working with neon, creating sculptures that tell stories of shape, balance and proportion in a modern and sensual way.
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