Honoring our beloved artists who past away recently.
American Ceramist Sculptress Estelle Levy and French Painter Fernand Barbot in the main gallery
A small sculpture/assemblage work by Gerard Barbot (a son of Fernand Barbot) in the small gallery
Opening Reception: Saturday, Sept. 6, 4-6 PM
Show Dates: Sat. October 25 - Sun. November 23, 2014
Opening Reception: Sat. October, 25, 4-6PM
Curated by Rebecca Cuomo
Show Dates: Saturday, October 4 – Sunday, October 12
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 4, 6-8 PM
Ready to Preorder $35
"WAH Bridges Bushwick" is a beautiful 62-page, full color catalogue in which each artist has their own page with an image of their artwork that was included in the show along with their artist bio/statement. The merit of having works included in the catalogue helps for further developing the artist's career and this publication is also a permanent record of Bushwick and how it is currently one of the biggest and thriving artist communities possibly in the world!
If you, or anyone you know, is interested in purchasing the catalogue please make a down payment of at least $20 (per catalogue ordered) to ensure your catalogue copy will be printed, to the WAH Center's Paypal account ("pay" to email@example.com). Please include full name and contact information. All remaining balances must be paid upon receipt of the catalogue.
Posted on Sunday July 06, 2014
Hi Friends! We hope everyone enjoyed a fun & safe 4th of July weekend! For a limited time this summer, this Maker Maps poster will be on the entire East River Ferry fleet! This lovely poster features “Pom,” by Kuzana Ogg – an oil … Continue reading
Posted on Wednesday June 18, 2014
Our friends at Made in Brooklyn Tours have recently announced the launch of Maker Maps - neighborhood guides to the businesses and organizations “makin’ it” in Brooklyn! Dom Gervasi, owner and producer of the award-winning Made in Brooklyn Tours, promotes Brooklyn’s growing “maker … Continue reading
Posted on Friday May 30, 2014
Dear WAH Salon Members and Friends, Today, I got a couple calls and emails from the WAH Salon members, telling me of the death of Estelle Levy. They told me that they had gotten the news from Facebook. Yes, Estelle … Continue reading
Posted on Wednesday March 12, 2014
“The Williamsburg Scene” by WAH Center Intern Millie Prince
Posted on Thursday January 09, 2014
“As my feet carry me around the room, themes begin to emerge. Textures abound, a mix of media and material that reflect the experimental nature of the world from which they were created: Bushwick. Bushwick, a world of color and … Continue reading