“Stay Curious” Ivy Brown at The Watermark

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*Featured photo: ‘Sisters’ by Elizabeth Jordan

‘And He Took it All With a Gun!’ by Ann Vollum

The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights, Gallery

“Stay Curious” by curator Ivy Brown opens Thursday, March 14th at The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights, Gallery. The exhibition includes artists Agnes Baillon & Eric de Dormael, Angelica Bergamini, Eileen Braun, Terri Fraser, Samuelle Green, Scott Harbison, Valerie Huhn, Elizabeth Jordan, Megan Klim, Robert Lach, David Mellen, Federica Patera & Andrea Sbra Perego, Judy Rushin-Knopf and Ann Vollum.

‘Bloom Series 21’ by Samuelle Green

Art can surprise you, it can provoke thought, challenge established norms, or contribute to broader conversations about important issues. It can be seen as having a lasting effect, inspiring change, or leaving a meaningful mark on the artistic landscape. Art can go beyond mere aesthetic or expressive value and have a notable impact or influence on the audience, society, or the art world itself.

‘Hoodie’ by Judy Rushin-Knopf

Opening reception: The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights, Gallery
Thursday, March 14th, 5-8pm
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Exhibition dates March 14th-July 14th, 2024
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Phone: (212) 925-1111
Ivy Brown Gallery––Bringing unusual art to the people.

The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights
21 Clark Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201