Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Gowanus Open Studios October 19, 20

Detail shot from the latest canvas.
It's once again time for Gowanus Open Studios where over 200 artists will be opening their doors to the public. I look forward to welcoming you to my studio.

When: October 19 and 20
Time: 12-6 PM
Where: 98 9th Street or enter at 75A 10th Street, Gowanus, Brooklyn. I am in Studio 22 .

By train: F/G to Smith/9th Street and cross the canal. Also, F or R train to 4th Ave./9th st. and head down the hill to 98 9th Street.


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