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Tom Bovo Last Updated: 05/08/10
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Mark Masyga Last Updated: 05/07/10
“I like natural disasters and I think that they may be the highest form of art possible to experience.” -- Walter DeMaria
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Eric Graham Last Updated: 03/11/17
My current body of work explores nostalgia for a forgotten time period through the use of photographs, blending personal and found items.
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Josette Urso Last Updated: 03/31/20
In my drawings, paintings and collages I move back and forth between urban and natural subjects where the contrasts and cross-fertilizations are cumulative, non-linear, free flowing and interpretive.
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Yasmin Hernandez Last Updated: 05/02/19
Rematriating from Brooklyn to Puerto Rico, withstanding Hurricane Maria and the resulting darkness, I paint our ancestors as bio-luminescent beings underwater and my people as fireflies, metaphors for sustainability and liberation.
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Sono Osato Last Updated: 05/13/10
Originating in just how far I could take "fortified" paint to the point of sculpture, I now incorporate objects that imply language directly into the surface so that the paintings are a hybrid of terrain and text.
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Susan Bowen Last Updated: 07/31/10
I shoot overlapping multiple exposure photography, panoramic in shape, with a plastic camera (Holga). These unplanned juxtapositions capture my experience of a particular time and place and at the same time have an identity all their own.
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Leah Oates Last Updated: 05/19/10
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Russell Mehlman Last Updated: 07/12/17
I'm a storyteller telling stories about our contemporary life as I'm seeing it. And the people in my stories help me tell my stories. To me it’s folk art, but a very modern, of our time, 21st Century, NY Urban American kind.
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Laura Karetzky Last Updated: 07/12/17
My work comprises a visual diary, where each instant is isolated as a fragment of a larger and often unresolved narrative. My process seeks to explore those instances when we feel as if we are mere observers to our own circumstance.
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Daryl-Ann Saunders Last Updated: 12/30/14
Several series of photographic explorations - night photography on subway platforms, urban architecture, photo-text series of long-time Bushwick residents
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Elinore Schnurr Last Updated: 05/21/10
I am a contemporary representational painter who focuses her work on the human experience with figurative images. The images are of New York City, exploring the interaction of people and their environments.
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Tenjin Ikeda Last Updated: 05/22/10
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Frost Street Art and Performance Space Last Updated: 03/29/11
Located in the heart of Williamsburg, BK, 17 Frost has fast become one of the most exciting and experimental gallery and show spaces in New York.
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Tom Keough Last Updated: 03/17/14
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.
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Angela Earley Last Updated: 05/31/10
The process of mark-making through drawing, carving or etching is the most direct way for me to translate an experience. I am interested in capturing and unraveling the dualities of everyday, urban life in my imagery.
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Helene P Mukhtar Last Updated: 10/19/17
I am a painter, animator and mixed media installation artist. My work celebrates the human spirit and life on our planet in all its forms. I am also a producer for Brooklyn Free Speech TV and curate and present NUGGETS a show on video-art.
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Larry Racioppo Last Updated: 10/05/12
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Ellie Balk Last Updated: 06/01/10
Ellie Balk is a public artist who's goal is to use art as a tool to bring communities together.
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Kristin Holcomb Last Updated: 12/09/14
These photographs are of surfaces changed by weather, paint, rust and algae, to complex, organic paintings. They are about rebirth; about the possibility of beauty in destruction.
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