Behind The Veil finaLRlBehind the Veil, 65″ x 72,” Acrylic on canvas, 2011 is curated by Jeff Levine, is a passionate advocate of the art’s scene. His enthusiasm for modern art makes him an avid collector, as well as a dedicated promoter of artists not only in Dallas, but Austin and Houston. This collaborative of fine art is composed of paintings, prints, fused glass, sculpture, and hand-crafted fine jewelry. The modartist gallery is Levine’s talent showcase and is a solid, exciting collaboration on which Texass’ art community will continue to thrive. Texas fine artists include works by Marilyn Biles, John Borys, Kiki Curry, Dar Dowling, Alison Jardine, Joshua King, Bonny Leibowitz, Michael Christopher Matson, Michelle de Metz, Carmen Menza, Darby Nicole Photography, Sonali Khatti, Ryan Messina, Nic Noblique, Don Parr, Omar Angel Perez, Ron Radwanski, Elle Schuster.


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How Artists can build a Brand. Professional artists must develop a vision of the kind of work they want to produce and sell. It takes time to find your artistic voice and determine what you want to create, the way you want to create it (what medium), and what you want your work to communicate. It is an ongoing process. Continued:  2013 Paris art fair galleries- and artists, worth a look.

Current show:

Flowers and Skulls…

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This group show will exhibit the personal work of some of Gowanus Print Lab’s talented teaching artists and staff. In addition to screen prints, the GPL staff will exhibit their paintings, photographs, textile and mixed media work.


From 2012-03-21 To 2012-04-23

Opening Reception on 2012-03-23 from 18:00 to 20:00

Website (venue’s website)



Venue Hours

From 10:00 To 22:00
fridays closing at 19:00, saturdays closing at 19:00, sundays opening at 12:00, sundays closing at 19:00


Address: 54 2nd Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11215
Phone: 718-788-3930

Between 7th and 8th Sts., Subway: F/G/R/M to 9th St and 4th Avenue.

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Photo and review courtesy of NY ART BEAT.

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