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Exhibition Spotlight part 2: "Life Sized II" Closing Reception

This Saturday evening we celebrated the closing of our second annual group show, "Life Sized II: A Small Works Invitational." It also marked our second anniversary in business. We had amazing weather and a great turnout of artists, art lovers, and friends for a wonderful evening.

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In The Studio With: Eva Mueller

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In The Studio With: Eva Mueller

"...The core of most of my art projects is to make people re-assess their perspective, to look at the image and strip away old belief systems and take it in as what it is. Its an invitation to innocence..."

- Eva Mueller, Brooklyn photographer

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In The Studio With: Chris Davis

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In The Studio With: Chris Davis

"... My journey as an artist is not a guided one.  It is guided by the courage to go out into the wilderness and unknown and find my place there..."

- Chris Davis, Brooklyn artist and educator

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In The Studio With: J. Raymond Mireles

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In The Studio With: J. Raymond Mireles

"... I like to tell stories with my work. I wanted to create a visual narrative of the place that is the land where my father was born and raised. To do this, I felt it was important to photograph both the environment and the people that inhabit that place."
- J. Raymond Mireles

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In The Studio With: Helen Selsdon

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In The Studio With: Helen Selsdon

"...Space and light are central to my work. I use them to create the forms of my husband’s body, and to capture the presence and essence of the Navy Yard’s industrial leviathans."
- Helen Selsden, Brooklyn painter

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In The Studio With: Paul Catalanotto

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In The Studio With: Paul Catalanotto

"...I’m imitating the process of how everything around us becomes what we see in that particular moment instead of just rendering the final result of that moment caught in time..."
- Paul Catalanotto, Brooklyn based artist & gallerist

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In The Studio With: Roman Kalinovski

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In The Studio With: Roman Kalinovski

"...There has to be a missing piece, a lack, maybe, for there to be any excitement or feeling at all. This, to me, is the essence of the idol: it’s an imitation of something that is far beyond our grasp.."
-Roman Kalinovski, Brooklyn painter and new media artist

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