David Hochbaum uses his studio as an alternative gathering place for artists to show their work in NYC. What a great idea! Another example of artists taking art to the streets, taking marketing into their own hands, and getting things done!
Here is some information about his latest event in an excerpt from an email from David:
"I am very happy to announce the third installment of The Guild of The Black Eagle salon exhibition. These shows are a survey of new works by some of the finest fresh talents I find myself surrounded by. About twice a year I clear my studio out to make room to give these people a chance to show their work in a different setting rather than a standard gallery setting in NYC. Its a great opportunity for folks around here to get a look and meet many of that artists in this growing and tight community of talent who are part of the contemporary scene who supports and pushes each other. There are no restrictions to boarders or styles. We have East and west coast and in between. The work is for sale but this is not the motive to the show. We take no commission from the artist which gives the collector a chance to get work for slightly less than normal. So please come out to see this rare and special show."
Guild Of The Black Eagle 3 Sat. October 6th 7 to 11pm
Hochbaum Studio 93 2nd Avenue Btwn.5th and 6th streets buzzer 1 NYC
Here is who we have lined up for this one.
R. Nicholas Kuszyk
Kirsten Kay Thoen
Joe Heaps Nelson