The Flatbush Artists are pleased to announce the Seventh Annual Open Studios featuring the work of thirty-one artists. On the weekend of October 21-22, 2017, from 12 to 6 pm, the public is invited into their studios and homes in one of New York City’s most historic and park-like neighborhoods. Visitors have the opportunity to meet the artists and see their work as well as purchase art. Many of the studios are located in century-old Victorian houses surrounded by gardens and tree-lined streets; all are within walking distance of each other in this free self-guided open studios event.

The work this year reflects the diversity of the neighborhood and a high level of creativity among the artists. The range of work includes sculpture from fallen neighborhood trees, abstract polished frescos, mixed media political and gender-based art, ecological paintings on recycled paper, figurative and ironic still lifes, botanically inspired drawings and paintings, otherworldly photographs, fused glass, wearable art, imaginary, urban and natural landscapes as well as text based art.

This years artists are: Gabriel Asoka (The Mazeking), Alaiyo Bradshaw, Paul Catalanotto, Stephen Dix (Dixy), Chrissie Dowler, Marvin Fink, Arturo Garcia, Murray Gewirtz, Elise Goldberg, Douglas Graham, Nancy Herman, Caitlin Hurd, Taylor Kuhn, Julie Lambert, Julie Landa, Iris Lavy, Kathy Levine, Dana Liebowitz, Liz Longo, Madeline Nelson, Christine Newman, Jide Ojo, Eric Pesso, Juan Carlos Pinto, Mark Rosenthal, Lindsay Schaeffer, CJ Segal-Isaacson, Adam Segal-Isaacson, David Tumblety, Guo-Qing Zhang Heaton, Brian Zimbler.

For more information, visit: Tour maps will be available at this website and at local businesses in Newkirk Plaza, Cortelyou Road and Church Avenue. Flatbush Artists are on Facebook or on Instagram