Tuesday, September 27, 2016


 Bringing Brooklyn to Norfolk Virginia!
Sept 23- Nov 5th
curated by Patrick Todd

Happy to announce I am showing at Gallery 21! 

“Bringing Brooklyn to Norfolk”
Gallery 21 will host its Fall exhibit “Bringing Brooklyn to Norfolk” Friday, September 23 – November 5.  The exhibit features 24 artists from Brooklyn, New York in a variety of mediums. The exhibit is curated by Patrick Todd and is described as: “Bringing Brooklyn To Norfolk” is an incomplete survey show of unique and different approaches to art making. The show aims to highlight quality and diversity through context, and hopefully, bring the
conversation of art to the forefront. No theme, no idea, no curation can tie these objects together in a super narrative. The viewing audience is invited to explore the artists' individual stories in greater depth and contemplate on their process in honing their skills.
Artists included in this exhibition are: Amanda Church, Amelia Biewald, Brenda Zlamany, Chris Dunlap, Cibele Vieira, David Friedman, Debra Drexler, Ellie Murphy, Esperanza Cortes, Hecter Rene, Jen Hitchings, Jennifer Delilah, Jim Klein, Julia Whitney Barnes, Julian Armond Jimarez Howard, Kathleen Vance, Ken Butler, Matthew Mahler, Max Yawney, Michael Pribich, Peter Fox, Sean Hemmerle, Stephen Mallon, and Sue Kovacs. An opening reception will take place Friday, September 23 from 5:00 to 8:00pm. Refreshments will be

About Gallery 21:
     Gallery 21 opened in April, 2016 and was designed by Jim Todd with a unique “elite urban” style combining brick walls, polished concrete floor and high black ceilings as a chic backdrop for displaying a dynamic selection of paintings.
    The Gallery is a thriving fine arts venue for special events, art show openings, artist receptions and more. The Gallery also provides Jim an outlet and a venue to pursue his own artistic passion of Sumi-e art, East Asian brush painting.
Gallery 21 is open Friday – Sunday, noon – 5pm.

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