Tomorrow I’m moving to a new studio in one of Bushwick’s older artists’ buildings.The space features a beautiful view to the east, convenient location near the L train, two big white walls, a sink, plenty of windows, heat and AC, and a freight elevator steps away. What more could a painter want?
Also, keep in mind that I’ll be serving as Guest Gallerist at Pocket Utopia this Saturday from 3-6 pm. “Artists and Other Frenchmen: Portrait prints from Nanteuil to Villon,”
the inaugural show in the new Henry Street location, features three centuries of French printmaking. Please stop by and say
hello–I’ll be live blogging and Tweeting throughout the afternoon–and the show, which opened last night, is terrific.
Makeshift studio in Georgetown
Pocket Utopia announces inaugural exhibition and preliminary artist roster
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