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Talk by Brooklyn artist/illustrator Nancy Doniger at #ArtSlope #PSWTArtists this Sunday, 1pm

This weekend! Nancy Doniger’s work and technique is interesting to learn about and her children’s book work is fun to see. Join Nancy, along with 21 other local artists for some surprisingly wonderful, affordable artwork to see and purchase.

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575 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, corner of 5th Ave & 16 St

Sunday Sept. 25 @ 1 pm.

Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists, in conjunction with Art Slope, is pleased to present local artist Nancy Doniger, who will discuss her work as a children’s book illustrator and fine artist. Doniger will talk about ways that her fine-art process is both different from and similar to illustration art, what she enjoys about doing both, and her current focus on ‘hand pulled’ printmaking. On display will be samples of Doniger’s art work, including her published books.

Nancy Doniger is a Brooklyn artist/illustrator with works published in print and online for the New York Times, children’s books, businesses and nonprofits. Her fine art has been exhibited in NY, NJ, and MA. She has taught at…

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Art in the Slope: Hear Six Artists Speak About Their Work

 

Richard Barnet at his foundry.

440 Gallery artist Richard Barnet at his foundry.

This Sunday, February 29 at 4:40 p.m., the six members of artist-run 440 Gallery in Park Slope will speak about their work in a Q&A session. Gallery curator and fellow-artist Karen Gibbons will moderate this panel discussion about the current exhibition: New Members Show 2016.

Celebrating a 10-year anniversary this year, 440 Gallery is a neighborhood and family-centered storefront where one can explore art on all levels. One or two member artists are always on site during open hours (Thursday through Sunday) to talk about current exhibitions and upcoming events.

Painter Amy Weil works with encaustic media.

Upcoming events
(free, start at 4:40pm)
• Sunday Feb. 29: New Members Show Artist Talk
• Sunday March 6: Me, Myself and Eye: Andrew Drury Percussion—part of a monthly series of musical afternoons

Joy Makon will speak about her watercolor process.

Joy Makon will speak about her watercolor process.

Updated events as well as current and upcoming exhibitions are listed on the gallery’s website.

Location
440 Gallery is at 440 Sixth Avenue (9th Street and 6th Avenue) in Park Slope, Brooklyn. F, G, R trains.

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