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Art 101: BWAC’s Summer 2010 “Red Hooked” art show

July 15, 2010


Regular readers of this column are familiar by now with my coverage of Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition‘s thrice yearly large group shows in a Civil War era warehouse building on the Red Hook waterfront (see my article on the Spring 2010 show). This past Sunday I previewed the Summer 2010 show that opens on Saturday […]

BWAC Spring 2010 Show

May 16, 2010


Check out this website I found at Two of Shoshana’s paintings can be seen in the upstairs Bay 2 photo. Click on the link and then click on the image on the bottom left and zoom in a little. They are on the right behind the sculpture.

Art 101: art sale to help Haiti earthquake relief

January 21, 2010


via My January 13th article and my January 20th article discussed ways to donate money to earthquake relief in Haiti. Here’s a way to write a check for earthquake relief and take home a work of art…click here to read the article

Shoshana paintings in the BWAC Fall Show 9/13-10/26

September 11, 2008


My wife Shoshana Cooper will have two paintings exhibited in the BWAC Fall Show and an additional painting in the charity auction. Her two paintings are previewed on-line in this earlier LJ post. Of course digital reproductions do not do justice to Shoshana’s paintings which will be exhibited on one of the smaller hanging panels […]

preview of Shoshana’s paintings in the BWAC Fall Show (9/13-10/26 weekends only)

August 23, 2008


Last week was the last weekend of the BWAC Summer Show. Tomorrow we’ll take down Shoshana’s unsold paintings from that show and hang two new paintings for the fall show:

2 weekends left to Shoshana’s current BWAC exhibit

August 6, 2008


The four paintings currently exhibited are in the photos section (scroll down to the bottom) of her ovationtv profile.

Shoshana’s current exhibit

August 11, 2007


Tomorrow and next weekend are the last days of the exhibit. More info at BWAC’s homepage. Shoshana’s paintings as exhibited at the BWAC summer show The view of the harbor from the warehouse where the art exhibit is held