Gowanus Open Studios 2015

I am excited to announce my participation in this year’s Gowanus Open Studio tour (GOS 2015) and would like to take this time to invite you, your family, and friends to visit my studio October 17th - 18th from 12pm - 6pm.
My studio is located at Ti Art Studios in Studio # 8. Ti Art Studios is on the third floor of the Treasure Island storage building located at 183 Lorraine street between Court and Clinton streets, Brooklyn, NY. This year’s open studios feature 337 artists in over 50 locations who have all opened their studios for this one weekend. My location features 60 of these artists in one building which is the largest concentration of artists in the tour.
Once again, GOS 2015 has teamed up with Artsicle https://www.artsicle.com/Janice-Mcdonnell to provide you with an online directory and map of participating artists. This is a great resource to use in planning out your day and will give you a sneak peek at some of the artwork you’ll see.
Physical maps will also be available at Ti Art Studios as well as several other hubs around the neighborhood for your convenience during GOS 2015.
I hope to see you,


Over 1,600 original postcard-sized artworks!

The 17th annual Postcards From The Edge exhibition and benefit sale of works of art by internationally renowned and emerging artists is the most exciting and affordable way to add to your art collection.   



• Saturday January 31, 2015 from 10am - 6pm

$85 each. Buy 4 & get the 5th as our THANK YOU

• Sunday February 1, 2015 from 12pm to 4pm

$85 each. Buy 2 & get the 3rd as our THANK YOU

All artwork is only $85 each! What's the catch? Each piece is exhibited anonymously, and the identity of the artist is revealed only after the work is purchased. Whether you walk away with a piece by a famous artist, or someone making their debut, you are sure to find something you love! Benefit Sale is first-come, first served. $5 suggested admission. Cash, check or credit card (MC VISA AMEX) accepted.

Source: https://www.visualaids.org/events/detail/17th-postcards-from-the-edge