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Rebirth Brooklyn

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“REBIrth: Brooklyn” Presented By Why Not Art


There’s change in the air. Jazz is flowing through the streets of Brooklyn, creativity is flourishing, social awareness is rising and people are emerging after months of uncertainty, tragedy, and protest. Nothing is certain but we improvise and adapt, we relish just being alive! Artworks in the show burst with life, reflecting our exhilarating re-entry into vibrant city life.


About the Artists

Jo-Ann Acey is an abstract painter whose work incorporates rhythm, pattern, improvisation and spontaneity. Her art career spans several decades and she has had many solo and group shows in NYC and Brooklyn. Her work is held in private and public collections across the US and internationally. Acey’s studio is located in the Brooklyn Art Cluster in Gowanus (she is recently recovering from extensive flood damage to her studio from Hurricane Ida) and she is a member of the 440 Gallery in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY.

Michael James Freedman is a Gowanus-based artist whose expressive, vibrant paintings focus on music, family, politics, and beagles. A lifelong artist, who has shown off and on in New York and Florida for 30 years, Freedman has recently returned to his art practice, with a new emphasis on capturing the zeitgeist of the times.

Demarcus McGaughey, a Texas native and New York-based mixed media artist, passionately captures the beauty, strength, and vibrancy of people of color. McGaughey specializes in a style that combines painting, photography, mixed media, and graphic design. This combination of artistic elements stems from his background in advertising and graphic design while paying homage to cultural influences of pop art, black history and street culture. McGaughey has had several solo and group shows in New York and across the country, as well as artist residencies in New York and internationally.

This exhibit will run through December 2021.
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100% of the proceeds from any art sale benefits the artist.