Brooklyn Art Studios and Yashar Gallery

Brooklyn Art Studios and Yashar Gallery
Brooklyn Art Studios is a complex of artist spaces in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, housing a growing ensemble of professional artists, designers, artisans + creatives. Our onsite exhibition space, Yashar Gallery, exclusively features the work of our artists in rotating monthly shows. We also host seasonal Open Studio events.

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Next at Yashar Gallery...

























Death of the Musicians
, oil on canvas, 6 1/2' x 6'

WHO THE HELL IS JOE MORALES???
On view August 19- September 10, 2010

Opening Reception: Thursday, August 19, 6pm-10pm

By appointment Monday-Saturday, contact 347.418.1840


YASHAR GALLERY @ Brooklyn Art Studios
276 Greenpoint Avenue, Bldg. 8, Ground Floor
Greenpoint, Brooklyn

View artwork: www.josephmorales.com

Purchase artwork: www.popprintsny.com





Monday, July 19, 2010

Affordable Prints+Reproductions by Carla E. Reyes

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Texture Garden - Flora I Framed Print

Carla E. Reyes is pleased to announce the availability of affordable prints and reproductions of selected artworks online at Fine Art America .com! Now art lovers can purchase images of Carla’s mixed-media paintings on greeting cards around $5, giclee prints starting at $20, and prints on stretched canvas starting at $50, in a variety of sizes and finishes, and available with customized matting and framing!

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Shop for prints by Carla E. Reyes now: http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/carla-e-reyes.html


Saturday, July 17, 2010

David Sena in Benefit Art Show


















MATTY NO TIMES ART BENEFIT


On September 9, 2009, Matty No Times (Three Kings Tattoo) noticed that his legs had become severely swollen. He went to an emergency room and three hours later, after multiple blood tests, was informed that he was in liver failure (see details below). Now, about 8 months later, Matty is on his way back but is in severe financial debt.

A group of all star artists, including Brooklyn Art Studios own David Sena, have joined together for a remarkable show to help Matty pay off his medical expenses. The show will be at the YES Gallery (http://yesgalleryyes.com/) located at 147 India Street and Manhattan Avenue in Greenpoint (Brooklyn) The exhibition will run from July 17th to July 23rd with a special opening reception on Saturday, July 17th from 5 - 10PM at YES Gallery with special Guest DJ Jesse Jones (Yuppicide).

ALL ART IS $350 OR LESS, and raffle goodies from KCDC Skate Shop, Tattoo Elite International, Waverly Color Company and more. The goal of this exhibition is not only to support Matty No Times, but to also present a spectacular array of noted artists, allowing our friends and peers, art lovers and collectors to view and obtain works that are both affordable and of exceptional quality, and to do this while we help out our friend and colleague. This is going to be an amazing, HUGE art exhibition with some incredible artists donating art. Don’t miss it!!

Contributing artists:
Chris O’Donnell -- Scott Campbell -- Eddie Deutsche -- Florian Bertmer -- Timothy Hoyer -- Regino Gonzales -- Kelly Krantz -- Robert Atkinson -- Henry Lewis -- Grime -- Gillian Goldstein -- Mike Rubendall -- Michelle Tarentelli -- Scott Sylvia -- James O’Brien -- Fernando Lions -- Chad Koeplinger -- Jesse Jones -- Todd Noble -- JK6 -- Phil Holt -- Troy Denning -- Jon Mirro -- Seth Ciferri -- John Breiner -- Kristen Ferrell -- Nick Caruso -- Dennis McNett -- Thomas Hooper -- Nikki Balls -- Adam Patterson -- Jamie Ruth -- Dawn Cook -- SINNED -- Amanda Lynn -- Kevin LeBlanc -- Horitaka -- Daniel Albrigo -- Juan Puente -- Steve Byrne -- Ethan Morgan -- Danielle Distefano -- Kiku Iioka -- Oscar Garcia – AKO -- Josh Lord -- Stephanie Tamez -- David Cavalcante -- Daniel Mirro -- Matt Greenhalgh -- Jeff Srsic -- Steve Huie -- Tomas Garcia -- Zoe Sonenberg -- Seth Wood -- Sweety -- Diego Mannino -- John Reardon -- Chris Conn -- David Sena -- Erick Reith -- Marina Inoue -- Chuck Daly -- Jason Kundell -- Marcus Kuhn -- Brad Fink -- Adam Hays -- Charlie Foos -- Dima Drjchuin -- Brad Stevens -- Jen Lee-- Levi Polzin -- Patrick Conlon -- Dan Taylor -- Zam -- King Ron -- Eric Zona -- Beua Brady -- Jason Flanell -- Becca Roach -- Matt Vancura -- Gianna Maria Galli -- Trevor Bittinger -- Kelly Vetter -- Andre Malcolm -- Aaron Coleman -- B.J. Betts -- NORM -- Byron Velasquez -- Rodrigo -- Melo -- Armando Rascon -- Jeremy Swed -- Adam Suerte -- Duane W. -- Peter Caruso -- Alex Mcwatt -- Myles Karr -- Mohawk John -- Paul Bosch -- Annie Lloyd -- Dan Trochio -- Josh Egnew -- Dan Sinnes -- Steve Burlton -- Alex Wuillot -- Jeff P -- Jason June -- Rude Waterzooi -- Sarah Eave -- Brian Montuori -- Nille -- Eric Jones -- Magie Serpica -- Polly Hatter -- Sue Sattler -- Christopher Rini -- Mark Harada



For further information please contact Jesse Lee at: jesseleed1@gmail.com

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Allison Maletz Featured on Artist Daily!


Read all about Allison Maletz's painting technique and artwork in the ArtistDaily blog.


Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Artist Megan Cedro Featured Online!

Brooklyn Art Studios artist Megan Cedro is featured online in "the gamine" Art+Fashion blog!

Check it out: http://www.thegamine.com/

And don't miss her upcoming exhibition at Yashar Gallery opening this Friday, July 9, from 6-9pm:

A Wonderful Tragic Life -
Recent Works by Megan Cedro



Monday, July 5, 2010

FEATURED ARTIST: Christopher Paquet

Christopher Paquet was born in Marlton, New Jersey, 1975. He earned an M.F.A. from Goldsmiths, London, in 2003. He was one of 16 young painters to be included in the 2007 Goldsmiths survey at the White Box gallery in New York. His work is widely collected in the United Kingdom, the United States and Europe.

Artist statement (excerpt):
“The works selected for Into the Void are investigations into the power of language. They employ a subjective departure into fantasy or hysteria as a strategy to address the forces at play behind semblance. They endeavor to explode the heroic, the pathetic, law and fairy tales alike, in the interest of understanding that which underlies human endeavor. To know language, first one must be willing to crash it into the wall. Only when we are picking through the debris of the old can we formulate the new. Each of us reaches out though the dark primordial void to become active agents in our worlds.” -Christopher Paquet

To learn more about the artist and his most recent exhibition "Into the Void," at Hoffman LaChance Contemporary, visit: http://www.hoffmanlachancefineart.com

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