Park Slope artist to exhibit ‘Drawing Brooklyn' Series in Gowanus

Smith Union Market, Brooklyn, charcoal, 14 by 17 inches. Images courtesy of James Rose

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Park Slope artist James Rose, whose “Drawing Brooklyn” series depicts the neighborhoods of Park Slope, Gowanus, Red Hook and Carroll Gardens, will be exhibiting a selection of his drawings at the Brooklyn Workshop Gallery (393 Hoyt St.) beginning Friday, Nov. 8, through Dec. 8. The artist will appear at the Brooklyn Workshop Gallery on Nov. 8 for an opening reception from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. "My intent is to draw a body of work that works collectively as a portrait of a place,” says Rose. “My current body of work is about my local neighborhoods in Brooklyn and where I go in Manhattan.  I focus on light, space, shape, gesture and line while I draw.”

For more information, contact the Brooklyn Workshop Gallery at (718) 797-9428 or visit

Smith Street, Brooklyn, charcoal, 14 by 17 inches

November 7, 2013 - 1:00pm


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