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Saturday, 17 November 2018 to Monday, 19 November 2018
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Saturday, 17 November 2018 -
12:00pm to 6:00pm

Open Studio Weekend
Hosted by Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists @artspswt.com
Saturday & Sunday, November 17-18, 12pm to 6pm each day
Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists, a group of over 30 artists who live and work in the neighborhood, are opening their studios for visits on Saturday & Sunday, November 17-18. This annual weekend event is a chance to meet the artists up close and personal and get to see their artwork in a creative setting. There’s a range of art that includes traditional and contemporary painting, printmaking, drawings, photography, plus ceramics and sculpture—along with many unexpected surprises in each studio. Several artists have created work with holiday gift-giving in mind—most art is for sale at all price ranges. Look for our red balloons that mark each studio location, and check out our posters throughout the neighborhood. Information on studio locations, the types of art on display, plus a map, is available at https://artspswt.com and on Facebook & Instagram @artspswt

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Selected highlights:

Think watercolor is difficult to use? Four master watercolorists, all within a few blocks of each other, are showing paintings that will truly blow your socks off:
Nan Carey has large-scale blossoms and plants, painted in and around her Brooklyn home
Joy Makon is showing paintings done from her travels to Paris, Nova Scotia, The Cloisters, and her Brooklyn backyard
Susan Greenstein & Phil DeSantis spent the summer traveling to Italy and New England and painted their way in and around lovely places

Installation art at 6/15 Green Community Garden
Eric Jacobson’s “Drill Towers” create a bizarre but timely setting for debates on public land use and environmental action, especially pertaining to fracking.
Social history and street art plaques by Rich Garr, and a ceramic installation by Alyce Barr will accompany Eric’s work.

Classic and contemporary painters are recognized for their unique vision:
Simon Dinnerstein conveys something of the hidden mystery of the everyday
Tom Keough’s oils are a response to the world close at hand in the urban environment, especially Brooklyn
Alise Loebelsohn’s encaustics with glass and resin are highly-textured, multi-layered abstracts that are intriguing to examine up close
Chris Baily is experimenting with adding moving elements, using projected video, to his work, as an exploration between video art and painting.

These artists work with clay as a sculptural and expressive medium:
Carol Adams’s figures and busts are inspired by ancient mythology and peoples
Sandra Giunta sculpts of the sea: urchins, octopuses, coral
Lynn Goodman intends her pieces to be functional as well as beautifully decorative and enjoyable objects
Robin Roi is showing pieces that are infused with her love of decorative arts, pattern and design

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19 additional artists who are decidedly passionate about their art and their Brooklyn neighborhood
full listing of participants with examples of their work at https://artspswt.com

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at over 30 studio locations in Brooklyn. See our website at artspswt.com for participating artists and a map

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