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October 21 & 22 is Gowanus Open Studios Weekend

It is finally feeling like an October fall day in Brooklyn. Here’s a perfect setting from my front porch to announce GOS2017. This Saturday October 21 and Sunday October 22 is Gowanus Open Studios and I will be showing new work at 280 Nevins Street, 2nd floor, in Brooklyn. On display will be the debut of a group of new watercolors produced from my summer in Alsace, France plus a selection of beach and park landscapes and figurative work. I’ll be joined by three of my 440 Gallery mates Karen Gibbons, Ellen Chuse and Gail Flanery and collectively we promise interesting work and conversation plus some wine and munchies to keep things flowing.

Take the R to Union Street in Park Slope (check the MTA site for weekend detours) and 280 Nevins Street will be a few blocks away. There’s so much to see and do and EAT in the area—plan to spend a few hours here if you’re so inclined. I’ll have suggestions for other studios to see and if you have your priorities straight you’ll also be sure to grab a snack at Baba’s Pierogies.

Save the date for my Open Studio Weekend on Fuller Place, November 18 & 19, as part of the Park Slope Windsor Terrace Artists annual open studio weekend. Over 30 artists will be showing work throughout the neighborhood, info here.

My artwork is always available to look at here, and through 440 Gallery in Park Slope.

Hope to see you at one of my events this fall.
—Joy Makon




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