Birding at BBP

Brooklyn Bridge Park

Saturday night I met with Da Ping Luo a great friend and amazing photographer at my public art exhibition at 99 Plymouth Street, Brooklyn Bridge Park. Da has shot my work in the past and not only does he document the work in a suburb manner, he shows me lines, forms, and images that I am not even aware of. He helps me make my work better. Of the 175 photos here are just a tiny few. My work is up until December 31 and I am doing two public workshops, one on November 19 the other on December 11.  Please come and visit.
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All photos by Da Ping Luo

Printmaking Workshop with Hilary Lorenz

Brooklyn Bridge Park, C-Scape Dune Shack Residency, Drawing, LMCC Process Space, Prints

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That is the heading for the press release from Brooklyn Bridge Park where my installation, “Birding” is now in full swing. Three separate murals made entirely of printed, cut and watercolor painted paper are spread out over three wall in a total of fifty-six feet.
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I have been working on this project since March, first at my LMCC Artist residency, then in my studio in NM and finally at a the C-Scape Artist Residency on the National Seashore of Cape Cod. It has definitely grown!

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The first of three 2 hours drop in demonstrations will be Sunday October 23rd from 1 to 3 pm. And for an added bonus it is my birthday weekend, so come and see me. Click here for the details . Visitors have the opportunity of printing, cutting and posting fish, sea creatures, and birds to the community room’s “Salt Marsh” mural piece.

I hope to see you Sunday at 99 Plymouth Street at Washington, DUMBO neighborhood, just south of the Manhattan Bridge.