PLG Arts presents: A group show at Tugboat Tea Company

The Tugboat Tea Company
546 Flatbush Avenue, between Lincoln Road and Maple Street

The show will run from April 2—30 and will feature the work of twenty four local artists in many media, including paintings, sculpture, photographs, drawings, and prints.There will be a reception on Thursday, April 4th, from 6 to 9 PM which will be an opportunity to meet many of the artists. This show is the beginning of a collaboration between PLGArts and the Tugboat Tea Company. PLG Arts will curate monthly solo and group shows at this venue featuring neighborhood artists.

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The participating artists are:

  • Efrat Baler Moses
  • Barbara Caban
  • Carlos Augusto Lenis
  • Daniel Freeman
  • David Fry
  • Wesley Gunn
  • Brian Fernandes Halloran
  • Noel Hefele
  • Frances Horne
  • Jay Horne
  • Lou Howart
  • Daphne Knouse Frenzer
  • Diane Lent
  • Marcia Lloyd
  • Jamie Lubetkin
  • Robert Marvin
  • Karl McIntosh
  • Otto Neals
  • Val Ocampo
  • Raul Pacheco
  • Sally Mara Sturman
  • Brianne Walasek
  • Jeffrey Eelch
  • Seth Kaplan

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