November 18 & 19 Open Studio Weekend

I am excited to be participating in the annual Open Studio Weekend throughout Park Slope and Windsor Terrace in Brooklyn. Over 30 artists in 20 locations—including my studio—will be showing art next weekend. Info and map here

At this year’s Open Studio, I will be showing new watercolors that include several paintings influenced by my summer trip to the Alsace region of France. I am also excited to share a group of loose and fast figure studies, done in watercolor, that I have painted during the past year at weekly life-drawing sessions. And if you missed my September show Latitudes at 440 Gallery, you’ll be able to see several beautifully-framed works of the people and places I exhibited there. Yes, you can view most of my work on this site, but you can also see them in person. There’s nothing like seeing the real thing. All work is for sale, with many pieces specially priced for this Open Studio Weekend.

Find my studio at letter O on the map and also take advantage of the charm of the Windsor Terrace area as you explore the neighborhood. Take the F/G to 15th St/Prospect Park (check the MTA site for weekend detours) and you’ll be in the midst of several studios to visit. I’ll have suggestions for other artists to see and places to grab a bite.

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

I look forward to seeing many of you next weekend in Brooklyn. —Joy Makon




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