Monthly Archives: December 2010

“FAB FIVE FAVS!” #14 (holiday picks)

JONATHAN BURDEN LLC Antiques and Works of Art 180 Duane Street, New York, NY 10013 t. 212 941 8247 f. 212 431 5018 http://www.jonathanburden.com e-mail:┬áinfo@jonathanburden.com “NATURAL HISTORY” paintings by Charles Yoder November 17th – January 31st, 2011 23 Images from … Continue reading

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FAB FIVE FAVS #12/13 (holiday picks)

BORN to SWING! For this weeks “FAB FIVE !” we went DOUBLE for the Holidays! My favorite combination for holiday gift shopping is Unique & Cultural! I decided to share with you my favorite Harlem destinations starting off with a … Continue reading

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FAB FIVE FAVS #11 (holiday picks)

LIZ & BOB CENEDELLA ISLAND AS STUDIO DECEMBER 7 – 19, 2010 Works of Art STILL Under ONE MILLION DOLLARS       BROOME STREET GALLERY 498 Broome Street (off W’Broadway) New York, NY 10013 (212) 226.6085 Gallery Hours: 11AM … Continue reading

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NINA TALBOT

“ELEMENTS of FIERCE!” honors NINA TALBOT, http://www.ninatalbot.com for her artistic celebration of the ethnic diversity that makes Brooklyn so special. I chose her as one of my past “FAB FIVE FAVS” because I find her work so stimulating, and I’m proud to share with you her most recent multi-media exhibition of paintings accompanied by oral histories curated by Rachel Bernstein at the
BROOKLYN HISTORICAL SOCIETY
128 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
718.222.4111 http://www.brooklynhistory.org

Painting Brooklyn Stories of Immigration & Survival
Exhibit Dates: September 17, 2010 – February 27, 2011
(extended until April 30, 2011)
Hours: Wed – Fri, Sun 12 – 5 PM; Sat 10 AM – 5 PM
Please note the exhibit will not be open to the public on the following dates due to public programs:
December 1, 8 – 15
February 5, 20, 26, 27

” I use color and paint to describe relationships between people, and people to their environment, particularly life in the city. I am fascinated by personal narratives and dramas juxtaposed against the background of the pulsating cityscape. Inner and outer dialogues between the figures in my paintings are revealed through layers of transparent paint. Recently I have added collage to the paintings to increase the intensity of the painted reality. ” -Nina Talbot

A book of Talbot’s paintings with poetry by Esther Cohen, published by Pleasure Boat Studio will be available for sale at the reception and the BHS gift shop.

To purchase Painting Brooklyn Stories catalogue, with paintings by Nina Talbot & poems by Esther Cohen please visit her website at
http://www.pleasureboatstudio.com

Time Out featured Painting Brooklyn Stories please view article at
newyork.timeout.com/articles/own-this-city/89084/painting-brooklyn-stories-of-immigration-survival

With the holiday season fast approaching us all, I thought what better way to share your holiday cheer than with greeting cards designed by Nina Talbot featuring her art work, available at
BOUTIQUE FLEA
7 Rutland Road (off Flatbush Ave)
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