December 6th - 28th, 2003

Saturday,  December 6, 2003 /  4:00 - 7:00 pm

Twenty-eight established artists with working studios in the greater Brooklyn area will be presented in a salon exhibition of 'small works' in time for holiday consideration. In the spirit of the holidays all pieces will be priced under $500.00.

Curated for the W.A.H. Center for a second year by James Pinney, the exhibit will feature original and highly creative work in sculpture, mixed media, painting, fine ceramics, photography, and unusual objets d' art. This provides an excellent opportunity for our community to help support its local artists and celebrate a Holiday tradition.

Marcia Bernstein
M. Bryan Daniel
Cindy Gatto
Linda Gilbert-Schneider
Kay Gordon
Whitney Hamilton
Neddi Heller
Jan Hoogenboom  
John Jerard
Tom Keough
San Keum Koh
Fran Kornfeld
Patrick May  
Seren Morey
Bill Nogosek
Debra Pearlman
Tracy Phillips
Marie Roberts
Farah Salehi
Laurel Shute
Gregory Singletary  
Carrie Skoczek
 Marc Sylvester
Morgan Taylor
Marsha Trattner
Jenny Walty
Deborah Wasserman
Paul Wirhun

The reception (Saturday,  December 6, from 4:00 to 7:00 pm) is open to the public which is invited to meet the artists and enjoy music through the evening by "WHITE SUIT," featuring the Brooklyn composer, John Blue on the cello and Che Chen on the bass clarinet.
The exhibit continues through December on Saturdays & Sundays, 12:00 noon-6:00 pm.  The W.A.H. Center is located just under the Williamsburg Bridge at 135 Broadway & Bedford Avenue.

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