440 Gallery | Brooklyn NY

Shop talk, answers to your FAQs, and a peek behind the scenes of an artist-run fine art gallery in Park Slope

Oct/Nov: What’s going on with 440 Gallery Artists, part II

More of what we’re working on and showing this fall. We are busy!

The power of three: Gail Flanery, Karen Gibbons, Ellen Chuse at opening night reception at Bond Collective

∧  Downtown Manhattan showcase for Gail Flanery, Karen Gibbons and Ellen Chuse Ongoing, take advantage of our off-site gallery locations in interesting co-working spaces to check out work by these three non-stop creative artists. At Bond Collective at 55 Broadway, stop in during open hours and enjoy a cup of coffee on the house during your visit. At Bond Collective at 60 Broad Street, you’ll need to arrange an appointment to visit. Contact Gail, Karen or Ellen and they will help set it up for you. Printmaking, mixed media, a triptych from Block Island—it’s worth a trip to see how this trio has collaborated to transform these spaces with their art.

Fred Bendheim, Night And Day, gouache on paper

∧  Fred Bendheim is showing a selection of works at 136 Eldridge Street Gallery on the lower east side. His show Night and Day runs from October 14 to October 28, 2017 with an opening reception on Friday, October 20, 6–8pm. Contact Fred for more information.

Susan Greenstein’s new watercolors come from her plein air sessions around NYC and from summer travels.

∧  Susan Greenstein has tons of new work and much of it will be on view at two events this fall:
• Gowanus Open Studios 2017: Meet Susan and see her work at the Japanese-inspired space J-Collabo.
Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists Open Studios: Susan will have her studio open on Saturday, Nov 18 and Sunday, Nov 19.

Karen Gibbons’s intuitive work, see it during GOS.

∧  Karen Gibbons welcomes you to her studio on Nevins Street during Gowanus Open Studios 2017. A visit to Karen at her studio leaves visitors with a more complete understanding about Karen as a creative explorer: artist, author, poet and yogi.

Tricia Townes, Arab-American 11, a work-in-progress.

∧  Tricia Townes will be showing work during Gowanus Open Studio weekend at 440 Gallery. She recently completed a residency at Byrdcliffe in Woodstock, NY and has been exploring layering imagery from previous small works into larger pieces. Tricia will be onsite at the gallery on Sunday, October 22 and you’ll be able to meet her and see and discuss the fascinating aspects of her work.

∧  Call for Entries…our 13th Annual Small Works Show, deadline is Sunday, October 29.


About Joy Makon

Watercolor artist, art director, graphic designer, photographer

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 7,368 other followers

%d bloggers like this: