Brooklyn Editions at Gowanus Open Studios and Cocktail Reception

We are happy to be participating in the expanded Gowanus Open Studios this fall. We will be showing a selected group of clients work, as well as some of my own. There are over 300 artists opening their doors to show work - by far the biggest GOS yet!
Come visit the open studios or join us for a cocktail reception on Saturday. Check out some incredible work,  see what we do, and have a drink. 

Cocktail reception at Brooklyn Editions  

Saturday October 15 from 5-8                                                                    

Open Studios at Brooklyn Editions                                                                                                 

Saturday - Sunday October 15 & 16 12-6                                                                                                             

251 19th Street Suite 1D Brooklyn NY 11215 near 5th Avenue

Featured Artists

Brooke Holm is an Australian photographer working in New York. Her work is centered on the photographers own exploration and perspective of the bond humans from with nature, each individual work depicts Holm's personal view of humans and nature as one and the same. The aerial viewpoint of each individual work depicts a woven landscape in various textures and shapes.

Michelle Zassenhaus  is an independent artist in Brooklyn, New York. Her work explores spaces - in particular, the passage of time (through long exposures) and the human relationship to space.Her current work is an exploration of where the horizon can be found. Come see her Mural-sized large format pinhole images of the urban waterfront printed on Hahnemühle Photorag ultrasmooth 305.

Amy Helfand is a multi disciplinary artist who is featuring her gorgeous collection of hand knotted rugs. As an artist, musician, and designer, her work has included photography, drawing, collage, sculpture and installation in addition to her current exploration of these luxurious textiles. 

Stephen Gross is the owner and master printmaker at Brooklyn Editions. His work is focused on botanic forms, finding the border between abstract and literal, and between growth and decay. His macro images are shot with incredible detail and enlarged to mural size giving the viewer a completely immersive perspective.