Local artists will open their professional or home studios and give visitors a glimpse into their creative process during Open Studios:
- Inwood Saturday June 9, 2018 1–6pm (Fairview Ave to West 220th St)
- West Harlem and Washington Heights Saturday June 16, 2018 1–6pm (West 135th St to Fairview Ave)
West Harlem and Washington Heights
Saturday June 16, 2018 1–6pm (West 135th St to Fairview Ave)
Photographer, printmaker and art educator
New paintings by Lakota artist Rachel Berg will be displayed. Berg's current work explores contemporary urban-Indigenous value systems and maintaining tribal identity. Live ArtFully Atelier operates as a studio, exhibition and performance gallery with a goal of providing a space that encourages artist dialogue.
Artist Garry Grant presents a preview of his new work and new studio in Hamilton Heights.
Milagros Batista (crochet/knitwear), EPPERSON (designer), Martha Jones (fabric/ home accessories), Omo Misha (jewelry), Genevieve Outlaw (watercolor), Stefen Reed (art), CAC student art, HHD photographs.
Visionary Multi-media Artist. I will have paintings I am working on set up. I will also have my animation tools on set. I will show past and present artworks and visions I am working on. I will show my mural in progress at Harvard University.
Jewelry and textile art by Ana Urbach."The Napkin Project" by illustrator Carla Trinidad, music by Robot García
Explore female focused acrylic paintings of German NYC based artist Sandra Bertalanffy (@sabeffy // @kynnstlah) and Asheville artist Joyce Thornburg (@joycethornburg). Paintings available for purchase supporting local art education.
Wilhelmina Grant is a visual artist, author and founder of SISTAAH, Inc. (Survivors Inspiring Sisters Through Art and Advocacy for Health), a non-profit organization which combines art with wellness advocacy. As Artist-in-Residence at COTHOA Senior Center she uses the arts to nurture the creativity of elder participants in Washington Heights. The 2018 Open Studio will feature Wilhelmina Grant's assemblage art and spotlight paintings and assemblages made by elder artists.
After a 2 year absence, while I completed my MFA, Café de Tacuba is back! Come see art and art in progress, chill in my patio, and listen to music. My work consists of ceramics, photography, print making and fiber/textiles.
Elizabeth Currier’s photographic exhibit captures the unique sense of place inside northern Manhattan’s Audubon Park neighborhood
Dates on view:
June 2 & 3: 1-4pm
June 7, 12, 20, 26, 29: 6-10pm
I am an Uptown representational painter, dedicated to painting scenes of New York including architecture, portraits, and lately (Chinese Year of the Dog) series. Please stop by to see where I work and see some of my latest pieces in progress.
Landscapes and Cityscapes
New oil and watercolor paintings of the Hudson Riverside park painted on site and views from the my window capturing different seasons.
Please visit my studio to celebrate art and creativity during the NOMAA 2018 Uptown Arts Stroll! I will be exhibiting my realistic and expressionist figurative paintings (oils, watercolors, sumi ink), monotypes, and drawings (charcoal) as well as a collage in progress (based on materials brought back for 1970-89 East Germany).
I will be showing my new Taino collection as well as my decorative plates. I also have a series of Dominican baseball paintings.
Pen and Ink drawings, prints, and paintings by Lilia Levin, a local artist, who participated in a number of local shows and is curating the art@LeCheile exhibitions.
Colorful Abstract paintings, acrylic on canvas by Maggie Hernandez. Refreshments & art for sale at community prices.
Come view award-winning life-size portrait sculptures, multimedia works on paper, and current works in progress by Maurice Stern, Metropolitan Opera Tenor
Drawings and Watercolor/Collages, a range of drawings from different periods, as well as my new Watercolors and Watercolor/Collage works.
Natasha Beshenkovsky, an award-winning and internationally known artist will open her studio for visitors. Paintings, shadow boxes, miniature sculpture.
Aileen Hengeveld, abstract painting in acrylic
Binary field Investigation. Drawings, watercolors, and paintings that explore the subject/object dichotomy in abstract terms. Works will be available for purchase.
Anca Pedvis: recent work, oil on wood panels, scratchboards, tiles and various other techniques.
116 Pinehurst Avenue, Building T, Basement, TRAIN A to 181st Street Station; please be in the first 3 cars for the right exit. Look for !83rd Street and Pinehurst Avenue. Building T is down the driveway towards the end. See you there
Come see where LP Records and an artist vision comes together. Showcasing NYC art both popular and forgotten. Record Art, Prints and more available.
Tour of studio, display of artwork (mostly oil paintings- plein air landscapes/cityscapes, some portraits, some drawings), enjoyment of refreshments, exchange of thoughts and ideas!
Please join the artists of Cornerstone Studios, 178 Bennett Ave (at West 189th St), 3rd Floor, NYC 10040, for their bi-annual Open Studios Event, June 16, 2018.
See original work by Jeff Hoppa, Paul Birbil, Meena Alexander, Anna Shukeylo, Marta Blair, Kristin Spix, Marjorie Van Cura, and Monica Carrier, plus a special guest artist in Cornerstone's L-Gallery.
Cornerstone Studios is a registered 501(c)(3) organization created in 2015 to provide affordable work space for emerging and career visual artists in Northern Manhattan, especially those living in Washington Heights and Inwood.
Artist Franck de las Mercedes shows 2 new series "Urbetivism" & "Innerpressionism." Plus works in progress.
My focus is spray paint on canvas. I concentrate mainly on portraitures but also delve into the abstract. Juxtaposing unlike themes or emotions is present within most of my works, though some may not be as apparent as others. I want viewers to feel a variety of emotions.
Inwood Open Studios
Saturday June 9, 2018 1-6pm
(Fairview Ave to West 220th St)
|1 Carol Diamond||3 Sky Pape||5 Kae Sato|
|2 Rider Urena||3 Liz DeMayo||6 Jimbo Blachly|
|3 Tim Koelle||4 Barbara Brocklebank|
Recent works - Open Studio showing works in several media. All pieces are a response to City life and the streets of New York. Works include Abstract oil paintings, Plein Air drawings, relief collages on wood panel which integrate found metal and glass into cement, plaster and latex paint, and digital photo based works on paper.
work in progress
Mixed Media and acrylic art. Emphasis on Asian design including calligraphy and Constructivism.
Abstractions unite chance & choice, melding the handmade with structured geometry. Science, philosophy & pure wonder underlie these looks at ambiguity, continuity &identity.
Liz DeMayo: Prints made from Polaroid photographs, some physically manipulated, originals, and a book. Recent work includes images of water in its many forms.
Tim Koelle: Woven "maps" inspired by Rebbelib charts from Micronesia with rots, intricate knots and string work
Kae Sato, Japanese Painting “NIHONGA” artist opens her studio space to the public. Meet the artist and examine the historical and traditional techniques of NIHONGA!
Abstract work on paper and oil paintings. Influenced by walking at night in the landscape among other things...