"Looking Up" will be part of the Juried Exhibition The Blues at Manhattan's
.Clockworks Press is pleased to announce that "Looking Up," a collaborative piece by Holly Brown and Juan Manuel Gomez (de Ver Azul) was juried into The Blues Exhibition at The Painting Center opening on January 28, 2020.
Please join me for the opening reception on January 30, 6-8pm at 547 W 27th Street, 5th floor NYC
Special thanks to Officina +39 and Tonello SRL without whom this piece would not have been possible.
Photo credit: Sugar Beet Photography
The Painting Center
Curated by Lisa Pressman and Kathy Cantwell
Exhibition Dates: January 28 – February 22, 2020
Opening reception January 30; 6-8PM
Blue is a primary color which lies between violet and green on the spectrum of light. “The Blues” can describe a state of mind. Feeling blue can refer to being melancholic and depressed. Conversely, blue is known to calm the mind and body. The color blue can slow human metabolism and can produce a meditative effect. In nature, blue is reflected in the sky, water, earth, and fire. It is associated with open spaces, intuition, imagination and inspiration.“The Blues describes music; such as rhythm and blues, bluegrass and jazz. Blue is associated with ideology like the democrats and blue states. “Blue has no dimension, it is beyond dimensions.” - Yves Klein
Master Upcycler Holly E. Brown
Clockworks Press is honored to be featured on the Long-John Denim Blog! "Long John is an online magazine established in 2011. It is a guide with daily updates about denim and high-quality made products and initiatives." Click below to read author Wouter's feature on the W28 Tote.
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Clockworks Press is pleased to be a vendor at the Give Back Holiday Market. On December 14 + 15 from 12-6pm Textile Arts Center’s Brooklyn Studio will be transformed into our fourth annual Give Back Holiday Market, a holiday shopping experience dedicated to supporting artisans and the social causes we believe in. In our 10th year of operation in Gowanus Brooklyn, we are proud to highlight our local and vital Brooklyn Community Services and GIVE BACK!
TAC will be fundraising with drop in textile activities and programming throughout this joyful weekend including AIR OPEN STUDIOS and a holiday happy hour. Stay tuned!
Brooklyn Community Services; @wearebcs
Brooklyn Community Services envisions One Brooklyn Community where everyone can realize their full potential.
Our mission is to empower children, youth, adults and families to overcome the obstacles they face. Together we partner with our community to ensure opportunities for all to access an excellent education, jobs, safe and affordable housing, quality health care and wellness programs."
Beginning TODAY Friday, October 18 at 7PM EST you can pre-order* the First Edition W28 Tote. The sample tote will be on view at Gowanus Open Studios weekend Oct 19/20 at 505 Carroll Street, Studio #5 Brooklyn, NY. You may also pre-order the tote at that event on site. *Pre-order only, Product will ship mid-late November 2019. You will receive an email confirming your purchase and another email when your tote ships out. Made in a limited first edition of just 25 totes this is a must have from the Clockworks Press collection!
Clockworks Press is proud to be participating in Gowanus Open Studios 2019. There will be plenty of new work to see and purchase as well as printed accessories and home decor items. We hope you will join artist Holly Brown for this must-see Brooklyn event of the fall!
OCTOBER 19/20 2019
Clockworks Press Studio
Textile Arts Center
505 Carroll Street Studio #5
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Transportation: R train to Union Street
Clockworks Press was thrilled to participate in the Arts Gowanus "Tower" exhibit last Friday, August 23rd at Shapeshifter Lab on Whitwell Place. The night brought 65 artists together to show their personal interpretations of the iconic water tower logo of Arts Gowanus. I am thrilled to report that my piece sold at the opening, but the remaining artworks still available will be on view for the next month so get on over to Shapeshifter and snag a beautiful artwork for your wall! Your purchase supports both Arts Gowanus and the artist!
Every artist represented in the group show will be opening their studio doors in October for the much anticipated annual Gowanus Open Studios event. Clockworks Press is beyond excited to be taking part and I hope to see you on October 19/20 at 505 Carroll to share my new work! Please mark you calendar now!
In collaboration with Arts Gowanus
Arts Gowanus is proud to present The Tower, a group exhibition at Shapeshifter Lab featuring Gowanus artists including Clockworks Press happening on August 23rd from 7-10pm. Inspired by Mail Art, 1920’s Exquisite Corpse collaborations and art happenings,
The Tower will artists working from a printed image provided by Arts Gowanus. You know it, you love it – the water tower. This Brooklyn-centric image and the iconic logo of Arts Gowanus will be
the starting point for each artist in this exhibition, from there it’s up to every artist to create an artwork from that image. The night will feature art, a DJ, bar and all your local artist friends!
This will be a great opportunity to collect art from some of your favorite Gowanus artists! Unsold work will remain on view for one month.
All pieces will be priced at $120!!
Update: The Denim Tower by Clockworks Press was SOLD at the opening.
Clockworks Press joins the Textile Arts Center (TAC) of Brooklyn!
Holly E Brown
Artist and Printmaker
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