April Artist in Residence: Yeon Jee

Paintings to Be Slept On April 1 to April 30, 2013 Yeon Jee studied Industrial Design at Pratt Institute and Fashion at Fashion Institute of Technology. She was born in Seoul, Korea, and moved to America at the age of 15. She is currently living in New York painting, writing, and playing music. Phone: 201 214 4373 Email: yjee86@yahoo.com Paintings: http://yeonj.blogspot.com Other Works: http://www.coroflot.com/yeonjee/Works-n-Wares Accessories: http://adornedinaugust.etsy.com Music: http://leafpilemusic.com Please join us this Saturday April 6th at 7 pm for the opening...

March Artist In Residence Elyse Brandau

There are three things I am crazy about- 1.) Creating 2.) Comedy 3.) Carrots. Not really carrots, but I am fond of them. My first portrait was when I was 4 years old. It was a unicorn with six legs. My passion for people and animals has transformed into one of a kind portraits since then. After years of studying privately, I am now celebrating those who have influenced our lives with my personalized rendition. More importantly, I am grateful to be able to do this. Thanks for swinging by! –...

February Artist in Residence Stephanie Ng

Stephanie was born in Hawaii and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group shows in New York, most recently through Red Bull Curates, Openhouse Gallery, and Indiewalls. Specializing in portraits, she uses contours in a unique manner to capture the essence of each subject, whether its sensuality, stature, or even its simplicity. Her meandering lines seem to drift arbitrarily, yet they ultimately form a shape true to the subject. In her latest body of work, she adds a dimension of technical ambiguity in response to the new methods ushered in by the age of digital media. Blurring the distinctions between mediums, she invites the viewer to ponder the manner in which each piece was created and how the process of creation in itself influences both the intrinsic and aesthetic values of the work.”...

October Artist Residency: Marni Wandner

Marni first remembers picking up a camera around age 13 – the result was a lot of black and white photos of cats and people’s feet.  She slowly continued to develop her love for the captured image and has learned a lot along the way. She thinks of photography as her way of collecting visual memories they way she sees them and she hopes to convey a certain sentiment through each finished piece. More images: nationalrobot.tumblr.com Please join us October 9th, 7 – 9 pm for Marni’s art opening...