Last chance to view the current, “This is Brooklyn,” Myrtle Windows Gallery. Some of the interior art shows will be coming down also. Be sure to check it out.
What do the Brooklyn Museum and the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership have in common? The work of GO Brooklyn finalist Finalist, Adrian Coleman as well as several other talented Brooklyn artists.
Only a few more days left to catch the Myrtle Windows Gallery as well as exhibits which are taking place within Myrtle Avenue store.
Adrian Coleman’s work currently hangs in Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu Jitsu @ 412 Myrtle Avenue and Anima Italian Bistro @ 458 Myrtle Avenue.
Also check out talented artists, Audrey Frank Anastasi, Connecticut Muffin, 423 Myrtle; Liz Johnson (painting), hanging in Green in Brooklyn, 434 Myrtle; Marilyn Kaggen (photography) at Karrot, 431 Myrtle; Ani Kington (painting) at Miracles, 473A Myrtle; and Thomas Osorio (painting)at Soketah, 563 Myrtle.
Exhibits inside merchant spaces include:
- Chris Pardi at Cielo Bar Brooklyn (474 Myrtle).
- Kerri Ferrara at Connecticut Muffin (423 Myrtle).
- South of the Navy Yard Artists ‘Out of Sight’ at DC Optics (390 Myrtle). The first of four SONYA exhibitions features urban-inspired, colorful work that reflects what is great, marvelous and powerful.
- Dave Barron at The Emerson (561 Myrtle).
- Fabrice Trombert at Gnarly Vines (350 Myrtle).
- Deborah Stevenson at Green in BKLYN (432 Myrtle).
- Rosa Katznelson’s Jubilation at Hadas Gallery (541 Myrtle). Born in Argentina under a period marked by virulent anti-Semitism, Katznelson paints in defiance to the adversity she experienced as a child.
- Cesar Velez’s Corners of a Soul at Mojito Cuban Cuisine (82 Washington Avenue). 20 original pieces are made from recycled materials; even the paints are handmade by the artist! Every piece is a testimony of a place in the mind.
- Michael Shephers’s Origami Tsunami at Owl & the Pussycat (154 Vandberbilt). Mixed media paintings Words, Birds & Scribbles.
- Ainsley Burrows and Pillow Café & Lounge (505 Myrtle) Ainsley Burrows combine dadaist, surrealist, graffiti art and modern expressionism. His messages are whimsical and political at the same time.