Visit the 440 Gallery before the show closes on Saturday, July 25! The work in the show includes a broad range of styles and techniques including painting, drawing, photography, prints, mixed and new media that directly relates to the borough of Brooklyn, NY. My painting, "Early Evening on Garfield Place" has a great spot near the entrance! The show was reviewed in July's Wagmag, a local arts website.
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Last night's opening reception at the 440 Gallery spilled out onto the sidewalk of 6th Avenue as dozens of artists, friends, and patrons gathered to celebrate the opening of The Brooklyn Show. I caught a glimpse of Florence Neal, the juror of the show, but did not get to meet her. Chatted with other artists in the show, Francis Sills, Emily Berger, Joanne McFarland. If you're in Park Slope, stop by the gallery. There's a wonderful range of media, themes and styles.