Last night was the opening of the Brooklyn Artillery show at Castle Braid. There were gobs of people, interesting art in a wide variety of mediums (video, installation, painting, photography, movement...), a lot of music, and I even managed to get my hands on a few pretzels (though to be fair I arrived 5 hours after the opening began, so presumably the bowl was filled many times before I came through).
I have collages, paintings, photography and mixed media work in Spread Art's exhibition space. The current show will be up for at least the next two weeks. Spread Art will have rotating exhibitions at Castle Braid through October 31st. Watch for a politically-infused "What Haunts Us?" Halloween show to close the space.
See photos of the current Spread Art exhibition here (more coming soon). Visit in person, weekends through October 31st: Castle Braid; 114 Troutman (between Central & Bushwick).
Above (Left to Right):
1) Cessation of Suffering, 48"x48", Acrylic & collage on panel, Thomas Bell, $1000
2) Waiting, 48"x48", Acrylic & collage on panel, Thomas Bell, $1000
3) Pain, 48"x48", Acrylic & collage on panel, Thomas Bell, $1000
4) Hope Remains, 30"x30", Acrylic, fabric, metal on canvas, Christina deRoos, $1200