December, 2008

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Happy Holidays!

image-155 Happy Holidays to everyone who's been following Art In Brooklyn - and a special thank you to the artists whose work has been featured.

Ted Papoulas

image-150 February Pharmacy, 8'x12', gouache and acrylic Donut Shop, 14'x11', gouache and acrylic Coffee Shop, 8'x10.5', gouache and acrylic Cafe Moutarde, 25' x 9', gouache and acrylic Artist Statement I believe there is a universal appeal in the specific and that a work depicting a small, personal scene will also resonate with viewers. My aim is ...

Transcending Boundaries Art Show

Transcending Boundaries Art Show - an exhibition of mosaic murals by Jessica Dias with DJ Anne Pope mixing global-eclectic beats. Portion of proceeds to go to Sustainable Flatbush www.mosaicmurals.freehosting.net http://sustainableflatbush.org WHERE: Visions Restaurant & Bar 752 Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn NY (Coney Island Avenue and Cortelyou Road) Subway: Q to Cortelyou Rd www.visionsrb.com WHEN: Saturday, December 13, 2008, 6 pm 20% discount ...

Call for entries

Call for entries The Rising Arts Gallery is announcing 2nd Annual call for artists for 'Represent Brooklyn'.  Exhibition is scheduled for April 11th to May 9th, 9th 2009. The exhibition is open to painters, photographers, mix media, and sculpture artists. Artists must be 18 years or older, must ...

December Exhibits

There's a bunch of people exhibiting this month, so in an effort to conserve electrons I'm presenting them all in one convenient and environmentally sound post. John Azelvandre Now up! John has four paintings in a group show titled 'Encryptions' at MH Art & Framing Gallery, 9 West 20th Street (just ...

A Year in the Park 2009 Calendar

image-145Brenda of Prospect: A Year in the Park has published a calendar for 2009 highlighting her favorite spots in Prospect Park, more information & ordering details available here. Her blog is based on daily trips to Prospect Park and reveals fascinating details from the darkest depths of Brooklyn's past as ...