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THE TOWNHOUSE ART GALLERY IS PROUD TO EXHIBIT THE WORKS OF THE FOLLOWING FINE ARTISTS      www.townhouseartgallery.com

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The TownHouse Art Gallery will be a not for profit 501-C-3 corporation created to provide to all Youth with an opportunity to develop and showcase their art work in a gallery to encourage art both as a career path and as a creative outlet.

Curator Esther Nash seeks to exhibit and display all types of art mediums such as design, fashion, film, photography, video, performance art, sculpture, painting, life drawing, pop art, conceptual art, audio art, and other visual art mediums.

Featured Artist Lee Milby on her art , "My work centers around movement and time. I value the process of painting as much as the finished piece, and feel that the act of painting is deeply connected to performance. Additionally, i feel that imagery communicates feelings that transcend language, therefore it is one of the best mediums for sharing impassioned thoughts."

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Featured artist Alison Blackman testimony, �I am a freelance writer/photographer. I have always been fascinated by how an image is interpreted through the camera lens. I strive not just to show a representation of an object, person or event, but to make that image a way to show what I saw and felt at the time I snapped the photo. My photographs are not just pretty things to hang on a wall, but something I hope jump-starts a person's own feelings and creative thinking every time tune they view one of my images.�

Featured artist Alina Minkin is a New York artist, who works in a genre of fantastic realism and comic illustration. She also does paintings on Jewish themes. She is an FIT graduate and a long time member of the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition. Balabusta is a full-length surreal female portrait (oil on canvas). The word �balabusta� means housewife in Yiddish. It is a symbolic image of a busy woman trying to balance her life around her household chores. (She is a little fragile, a little flirty, and very tired. Her life is bound to her kitchen so much that she turns into dishes herself). Jerusalem Wall is a cartoon portrait of a Jewish woman next to the remaining wall of the destructed Temple in Jerusalem.

Featured Landscape artist Michael Madarash of KokoBo Plantscapes has an award winning design team responsible for transforming urban rooftops, courtyards, parks, and interiors into lush, exotic, enjoyable spaces. Master carpenters, stonemasons, horticulturists, and creative designers work with clients to create spaces that complement existing homes, buildings, and neighborhoods. The newest trend that is catching the eyes of clients everywhere are the Greenwalls and Vertical Gardens that KokoBo Plantscapes is designing and installing throughout NYC and beyond.

Featured artist Jill Clearly describes herself and her work, �I am a fine artist studying at the School of Visual Arts. As a translator of shape and color, I aim to bridge the gap between society's reality and abstraction. I see shapes all around me in daily life, and I reconstruct those images into works of art that are aesthetically pleasing to the viewer's eye.

Featured Rob Servo is an artist and musician based out of Brooklyn. His mixed media paintings are comprised of iconic imagery and familiar spaces that combine to create a jumbled narrative for the viewer to piecetogether.

Featured Artist Joshua Redman's commentary on his work; �Movement and transformation. That is what I strive to portray in each painting with the use of exaggerated brushstrokes and vivid colors. By using seemingly unnatural colors, I aim to transform reality into fantasy; straight forward into puzzling�.

Featured artistWalter Lynn Mosely is a traditionally trained artist who paints in classical style while adhering to Impressionist principles. His quote, �In my painting I am striving to express my love of nature and the beauty that God has created. The joy and fullfillment that I receive from painting, the joy of creation, I hope will be felt by the viewer.�

Featured Artist Susanna Taylor-Neumann signature work �Rain�, Year: 2010, Size: 24x36x5.5 (inches), Media: Plaster, clay, oil paint. In response to this interview has explained ; �This piece (�Rain�) is an exploration of the rain drop shape and the plant life that it produces. This plant life in turn sustains human life. This work is intended to be an accessible and enjoyable exploration of the rain drop shape.�

Featured Artist Kate Kosek, quoted ;� I am obsessed with bright, eye popping color as well as intricate patterning. My work focuses on the relationship between color and line, and the illusion and movement that is created through specific composition. The Isometric Harlequin Series that is on display, was inspired by the graph paper drawings of Emma Kunz and Picasso's frequent use of the harlequin pattern.�

Featured Artist Rhia Hurt quoted; �I am interested in how figures relate to abstract, colored fields that reference imagined space� both emotional and psychological. The figures come from candid photographs and video I have taken from the world around me, representing themes of uncertainty, danger, and hope I see in contemporary urban life. I make marks by pouring, drawing and painting on panel with acrylic, charcoal and collage using 156 lb watercolor paper.�

Featured Artist Lorelei Ramirez describes her work as ; �Abstraction in the sense of poetry; using rhythm, movement,composition and language to create depth of space. The human figure used throughout allowing for a sense of visual comfort�.

Shoshana Kertesz is a hungarian-israeli artist currently living and painting in Brooklyn, NY. Her figurative oil paintings include portraits of many of her favorite artists, musicians, writers and poets. She is also inspired by Biblical stories and figures, which she portrays in an expressive, spiritual manner.

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Featured Artist Rachel Fagiano explains that �The Exploited Cartographies series seeks to explore the various histories of resource extraction within countries around the world. Each piece works to address localized issues of land management while recognizing that the exploitation of resources goes far beyond current day politics in the countries depicted in the series. In each work a map is presented with abstraction overlaying the areas of resource concessions. Abstraction and symbolic logic are utilized in the works to try and explore the complexities of land-use issues.�

Featured Artist Dorothy Nash, born and raised in Manhattan, has a masters in Fine Art from Brooklyn College and Pratt, her sketches feature New Yorkers that she encounters in her daily travels throughout the City. Each sketch is unique some flirtatious others whimsical and some sad. A definite �Must See�.

Featured Artist Shelly Nash, a New York City native and natural talent explores the relationship between reality and sur-reality, between Celebrity and Citizen . The �only you� exhibit features subject shots of well known celebrities, reality stars, athletes and New York City Socialites and Social Elites. Photos include Esther Nash, Ivanka Trump, Jocelyn Wildenstein, Nacho Figueras, Miss Universe and others.

Featured Artist Esther Nash exhibits her fashion art illustrations. Esther's quote; �Fashion is Art and Art is Fashion!�. Esther is a graduate of F.I.T., and a recipient of scholarships from Cooper Union, The Art Students League and the National Academy of Design, the Brooklyn Museum and the Metropolitan Museums of Art.

Featured artist Osaretin Charles Ugiabge work has been describe as true, strong, original, imaginative and purposeful with rich narrative. He is a self taught artist with a passion for expression. The painting "emotion" is a self representation of my emotion, where one image has an intense look while the other is laughing.The painting "That world" is very fantasy like, its a world i created that takes the viewer on a journey. "This world" is my representation of how i view the world i (we) currently live in.

Featured artist Scott Williams quoted�his interests are wide and he wishes to simple continue.�

Featured Artist Jenna Kistner consider s her work an extension of herself and her character. Her quote, �I am inspired by the human form, often the female form, which is alluring and mystical at the same time dirty and raw.. the balance of human nature.�

Featured artist Justin Kirk is New Jersey born and raised.� His images try to capture dream and hallucinations.� His quote, �Whether they describe being or a haunting nightmare, they come from the soul.��

Special thanks to Nicholas Pappas for his generous donation of time and construction expertise towards preparation for this Group Art Show.
If you are an artist interested in participating in a future group show you may email images of your work for consideration to [email protected] , www.townhouseartgallery.com
Esther Nash celebrity fashion expert believes in art gallery for youth. Growing up in New York City, I had to decide early on which path to follow as a career. I want to assist other young people to make the right choice for themselves. If a child has talent it should be developed, this gallery would give those without resources the ability to have their work developed and exposed to the Art World and the public via art studios, workshops and the gallery space. Art Gallery for Youth will be a not for profit 501-C-3 corporation created to provide to all Youth with an opportunity to develop and showcase their art work in a gallery to encourage art both as a career path and as a creative outlet. All types of art mediums will be included such as design, fashion, film, photography, video, performance art, sculpture, painting, life drawing, pop art, conceptual art, audio art, and other visual art mediums. We seek to expand the dialogue of art by showing work that may not otherwise be represented in commercial for profit galleries There will be special accommodation for young artists that may suffer from physical, emotional, visual or mental impairments or disabilities.




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Photos: Gallery Owner and Designer Esther Nash poses for photo-op Artist Shoshana Kertesz;
Artist Lee Milby poses for a photo-op with Designer and Art Gallery Owner Esther Nash at the Towhhouse Art Gallery in Brooklyn, New York.