One Month Share of Art made by local artists of Brooklyn Community Supported Art + Design (CSA+D)
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You are bidding on One month share of art made by local artists of Brooklyn Community Supported Art + Design (CSA+D)
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"Land of Cockaigne No.4" 2013 Acrylic and Ink on clear mylar by Jenn Dierdorf.
Jenn has received several awards including the Hollander Family Foundation award, Daniel MacMorris Scholarship and in 2009 was named a Rema Hort Mann Foundation nominee. Dierdorf has participated in residency programs including the Vermont Studio Center and the Contemporary Artist Center Woodside. Her work has been exhibited widely including Kathleen Cullen Fine Art, NYC, Lancaster Museum of Art, PA, Minnesota National Print Biennial at the University of Minnesota, MN and coming up in 2014 at Art Space in New Haven and Cindy Rucker Gallery in New York City.
Detail from "Half Life" by Bethany Robertson, ink on wood panel
Bethany Robertson is a recent MFA graduate from Rutgers University and recipient of an MS in Art Education from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.Bethany’s exhibitions of the past year include DUMBO Arts Festival, Governor’s Island Art Fair, Bushwick Open Studios, Rutgers in NYC at Whitebox Gallery, and two installations at Output Center in Brooklyn.
Furniture designer and screen print artist Elisa Werbler brings it all home with a print of our iconic Brooklyn Bridge in subtle sunset hues, a must-have for any Brooklyn-dweller, if we do say so ourselves
Wildlife lover Christine Facella memorializes some of our fellow urban dwellers with her Urban Wildlife series, giving shareholders a terrarium housing the three smaller skulls of a pigeon, red slider turtle and starling - all with gold-tinged beaks/teeth.
About Brooklyn Community Supported Art + Design:
Brooklyn Community Supported Art + Design is a subscription service for art and design produced by emerging artists and designers. Following the model of Community Supported Agriculture, in which shareholders invest in a farm and receive a monthly share of fruits and vegetables, Brooklyn Community Supported Art + Design connects shareholders directly to the artists and designers. The Brooklyn CSA+D offers access to reasonably priced contemporary art and design works produced by artists and designers in order to strengthen and support the efforts of emerging artists by fostering relationships between them and the community.
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