This June, we’re opening our 14th location in the heart of South Williamsburg (195 Broadway at Driggs Ave, to be exact)! To kick off our very first season in one of our favorite neighborhoods, we’re welcoming a dynamic, larger-than-life art exhibit to the space.
The newest exhibit in our Art Program, Organic / Inorganic, features works by artists Sui Park, Diane Davis, and R&D (a collaboration between Diane Rosenblum & Joe Doyle), curated by Deborah Oster Pannell.
The opening reception will take place on July 17th from 6-9PM. Come check out our newest space and the gallery exhibit that truly makes it pop! You’ll find 3-D digital designs, eye-catching constructions, mesmerizing paintings, and dreamy glass sculptures. Interested? Send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org to attend.
Sui Park is a New York based artist and an interior architect born in Seoul, Korea. She creates 3-dimensional, flexible organic forms out of inexpensive, disposable, industrial materials. Her pieces are in turn sublime, dynamic, mystical, and illusionary.
Diane Davis is a New York City based artist. Her abstract paintings and sculptures explore patterns of nature and urban movement as they relate to mathematical algorithms. Her compositions are thoughtful, dynamic, and dreamy.
R&D is a collaboration between artists Diane Rosenblum and Joe Doyle.
San Francisco Bay Area artist Diane Rosenblum’s art is rigorous, beautiful, and intellectually provocative. With five major, distinct series in the last decade, she shows widely in Northern California galleries, museums, and design spaces.
Joe Doyle is the best known West Coast painter in the Abstract Illusionist movement and an early adopter of digital art since the 1980s. His work of the last decade engages the formal and theoretical concerns of painting through sophisticated 3D modeling software.
Want to join us for the opening reception and grand opening of our newest location? Send us a note at email@example.com. Plus, be sure to check out all of our current and upcoming exhibits featured in The Yard’s Art Program.