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Friday, May 1, 2009

Art at its Source.

The Bronx Council on the Arts is having the 3rd Annual Mott Haven Open Artist Studio Tour on Saturday, May 2nd 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The Bronx Culture Trolley (free) shall be making its designated stops through out the day, giving access to all the studios taking part in the open studio tour. There will be an after party 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Longwood Art Gallery.

I visited a few studios and made photographs of the Artists and their work. It was a pleasure meeting and sharing ideas with the artists. I hope you enjoy the photographs and experience the event tomorrow. Click on the image to see larger images.

Photographs 1 to 4 are of Matt Nolen and his art. 2417 3rd Ave Ste 402. Third trolley stop.

Photographs 5 to 8 are of Elizabeth H. Levine and her art.2417 3rd Ave Ste 402. Third trolley stop.

Photographs 9 to 12 are of Bruckner Gallery and the Art of Aaron Olshan and Ira Merritt. Bruckner Gallery, 1 Bruckner Blvd, Third trolley stop.

Photographs 13 to 16 are of The Bronx Museum of the Arts international Artists-in-Residence and their art. Dulce Gómez, (assemblage) Caracas, Venezuela. André Komatsu, (installation) São Paulo, Brazil. Billie Zangewa, (silk tapestry) Johannesburg, South Africa. Bronx Museum of the Arts - 1040 Grand Concourse,South Wing Basement, Classrooms 1 and 2, First trolley stop.

Photographs 17 to 21 are of DM Weil and her art.Sobro Gallery, 721 East 136 St, Fourth trolley stop.


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