We are proud and honored to have teamed up with Assemblymember Robert Carroll to showcase member artwork at his storefront-office at 416 Seventh Avenue, near 14th Street, in Park Slope. We plan to have a rotating selection of member artwork, with shows changing every two months or so. Stop by and check out our work.
These PSWT artists are donating work to the Arts Gowanus Benefit:
Tickets are on sale now, $250 single, $300 for couple, which entitles you to one original work of art… Only a few tickets remaain, so act fast!
Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)
Shapeshifter Lab 18 Whitwell Place Brooklyn, NY 11215
Here’s an Online gallery showing all the works available.
Watercolor artist Susan Greenstein’s solo show of recent work opens at 440 Gallery on Thursday, April 20, 4 – 7pm. An artist reception will be on Saturday, April 22 from 5 -8pm. Paintings from Greenstein’s travels from last year, as well as her sketchbooks and prints will be on display.
We are happy again to participate in South Slope Open Studios.
We are around the corner from MadArts, at 202 17th Street (see map below), and down the street from the group show at Freddy’s Bar and Open Source Gallery, one of our sponsors.
Valerie Trucchia is a visual artist. French born from Italian parents. The work My Mother and I (left) starts a series of ink drawings “Oppressions”, expressing the overpowering relationships in humanity, from the family nucleus to the manipulation of masses.
Bob Hagan is an accidental artist. Interviewing with the National Security Agency, he was told, “go back to school and get art out of your system”. Art must be subversive.
The work (right) the Triumph of Civic Virtue over Unrighteousness starts the series “Regime Change”. one of two series (also “Founders”) being shown.
(Note: Susan Greenstein @ 440 Gallery is also a PSWT Artist.)
Here’s another chance to see and purchase Robin Roi’s ceramic works. You are invited to the annual ceramic exhibition and sale Made in Clay at the famed Greenwich House Pottery. Three whole floors of over 30 exhibiting ceramic artists at New York’s oldest ongoing ceramic studio, also known for over a century’s worth of classes and exhibitions. Robin looks forward to seeing you there and sharing her latest creations, as pictured in the photo above.
Where: 16 Jones Street, a short walk from the West 4th street subway stop.
When: Saturday, December 3, noon to 7:00pm
Robin Roi’s website