I’m thrilled to announce that paintings from my “Current Series” will be on exhibit in “The Universe, How Vast, How Small.” Please join us for the opening reception tomorrow night. For more information, press release and information from Greenpoint Gallery Night is printed below.
Greenpoint Gallery Night
April 19th, 2019 • 6-9pm
Free & open to the public: The 14th edition of Greenpoint Gallery Night, a twice-a-year gallery crawl highlighting exhibition spaces throughout Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Select neighborhood galleries and businesses that feature art will be participating on Friday, April 19th, from 6-9pm. Come join us in celebrating the diverse and unique art scene in this corner of Brooklyn.
Some highlights include:
"The Universe, How Vast, How Small", a group exhibition at Areté featuring Caroline Blum, Paula Cahill, Goldie Gross, Jeong Hur, Joe Piscopia and Katrina Slavik, & curated by Fay Ku; recent mixed media works by Upstate-based artist Gail Peachin at Dandelion Wine; G-Spot Presents: "What Time Is It?", a group show celebrating 4/20 at Brooklyn Safehouse; Calico has new works by featured artist, Steph Becker; Plexus Projects presents "Vitrine", the first in a series of video projections in its storefront window viewed from the street - curated by artist Laura Splan; Opening reception at Yashar Gallery for "Crochet Luminaries", a solo exhibition of recent works by Taryn Urushido inspired by a mix of Japanese lanterns and paper bag luminaries ...and more!
Visit www.greenpointgalleries.org for more information.
Participating locations for 4/19 include:
Areté Venue and Gallery - 67 West St suite 103
Brouwerij Lane - 78 Greenpoint Ave
Calico Brooklyn - 67 West St suite 203
Dandelion Wine - 153 Franklin St
Dusty Rose - 67 West St suite 216
G-Spot popup @ Brooklyn Safehouse - 120 Franklin St
Imagic Studio - 937 Manhattan Ave
Plexus Projects - 198 Greenpoint Ave
Yashar Gallery - 276 Greenpoint Ave
Afterparty at The Diamond (43 Franklin St) beginning at 9pm with happy hour specials extended 9pm-11pm!
Click map below to open a custom Google Map of participating locations:
See you then!
Scott Chasse, Organizer