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Sarah Bowen Gallery

sarah bowen gallery features artists who create progressive contemporary art in all mediums. The gallery is pleased to be part of the thriving Williamsburg art community.

Brooklyn, NY

United States
Address:
210 North 6th Street Williamsburg
11211
Phone: 718.302.4517
Fax: 718.302.4518
Website: sarahbowengallery.com


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Artists Represented

Current Show:
Benjamin Evans
"Peripheral Vision"
Get you thrift stores and televisions (series) in a limited ONE TIME ONLY OFFER at sarah bowen gallery. Featuring the not too pretentiously titled, “Peripheral Vision” and somewhat educated artist Benjamin Evans, this salon of landscape paintings populated by people we like are accompanied by scrambled television signals of Hollywood Playboy actors in bright, glossy, paintings. Art makes us better people, it is the universal language, your walls need it, just ask you doctor. We accept cash, check, or money order. Offer valid through April 15, 2007.
March 16, 2007—April 15, 2007

"The Pursuit of Happiness"
group show curated by Christopher Howard
December 1, 2006-January 14, 2007
John Bowman, Diane Carr, Rebecca E. Chaimberlain, Jonny Detiger, Vandana Jain, Tracy Nakayama, Alexander Reyna, Kent Rogowski, Carol Shadford, Jennifer Sullivan

Jenna Gribbon
"Empty Paintings & Imaginary Sculptures"
October 27-November 26, 2006

J. Shimon & J. Lindemann
"It Takes One to Know One"
September 15-October 22, 2006

Artist Index:

Amanda Church
Jenna Gribbon
J. S... [ Read all ]


Sample Art Work (15)

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Current Exhibitions

Current Show:
Benjamin Evans "Peripheral Vision"
Get you thrift stores and televisions (series) in a limited ONE TIME ONLY OFFER at sarah bowen gallery. Featuring the not too pretentiously titled, “Peripheral Vision” and somewhat educated artist Benjamin Evans, this salon of landscape paintings populated by people we like are accompanied by scrambled television signals of Hollywood Playboy actors in bright, glossy, paintings. Art makes us better people, it is the universal language, your walls need it, just ask you doctor. We accept cash, check, or money order. Offer valid through March 16, 2007.
March 16, 2007—April 15, 2007


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Caroline Cox (solo)
Opening Reception Saturday April 28, 2007


Previous Exhibitions

"The Pursuit of Happiness"
group show curated by Christopher Howard
December 1, 2006-January 14, 2007
December 1, 2006-January 14, 2007
John Bowman, Diane Carr, Rebecca E. Chaimberlain, Jonny Detiger, Vandana Jain, Tracy Nakayama, Alexander Reyna, Kent Rogowski, Carol Shadford, Jennifer Sullivan

Jenna Gribbon
"Empty Paintings & Imaginary Sculptures"
October 27-November 26, 2006

Shimon & J. Lindemann
"It Takes One to Know One"
September 15-October 22, 2006

Jim Long
Featured the brilliantly colorful series "The Seasons" (2002). These large scale canvases emphasize the artists interest in chaos and space configuration. With patterned layers Long's intricate canvases illustrate self-awareness and a sense of place with nature.


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Submission Policy

Please visit index page of website, & download pdf submission for; or follow the link -
http://sarahbowengallery.com/images/SBGArtistSubmissionForm.pdf


Press Releases

Get you thrift stores and televisions (series) in a limited ONE TIME ONLY OFFER at sarah bowen gallery. Featuring the not too pretentiously titled, “Peripheral Vision” and somewhat educated artist Benjamin Evans, this salon of landscape paintings populated by people we like are accompanied by scrambled television signals of Hollywood Playboy actors in bright, glossy, paintings. Art makes us better people, it is the universal language, your walls need it, just ask you doctor. We accept cash, check, or money order. Offer valid through March 16, 2007.

“Peripheral Vision” is displayed in two parts, equally luxurious, at one of Williamsburg’s most accessible gallery spaces. The Thrift Store Series presents collaboration with mostly unimportant artists from the past. Evans paints characters from his own personal legacy into found landscape paintings (the ones you find in the trash on the street, or stuffed in the corner of Salvation Army). Displayed in salon style, at first glance these works of varying sizes and shapes could be seen as paint by number projects gone a rye , but on further investigation hark to the god... [ Read all ]


Location And Getting There

sarah bowen gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday, 12am – 6pm and by appointment. The gallery is located at 210 North Sixth Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, 11211. Directions: L Train to Bedford Avenue stop, take Driggs exit, walk one block south to Sixth Street, and then ½ block East. The gallery is located between Driggs and Roebling on the right hand side.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Wendy@sarahbowengallery.com

p.718.302.4217
f.718.302.4518


Opening Times

Wednesday - Sunday 12-6pm and by appointment.