My site-specific drawing made for the 6th annual Bay Ridge SAW is now on view at Hair Culture, 7910 5th Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11209. Images of the installation can be seen here.
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle wrote a feature on the Bay Ridge SAW. In a few weeks, I’ll be making a site-specific drawing in the storefront window of Hair Culture, a hair salon, for the 2015 edition of the SAW.
Jonathan Goodman’s review of Echo Lineation has been published in Art Critical!
Here is the permalink: http://www.artcritical.com/2015/02/17/jonathan-goodman-on-deanna-lee
My large painting, AWGP: blgnpbspr, and my site-specific drawing installation, Amateur Archaeology: The Bend, will remain on view in the back room of Robert Henry Contemporary through March 8, 2015.
Robert Henry Contemporary
56 Bogart St. Brooklyn, NY 11206
Gallery Hours: Thurs–Sun 1–6 pm and by appt.
My solo exhibition at Robert Henry Contemporary will close on January 25. Only a few more days to view the works in person!
Gallery hours are Thursday–Sunday, 1–6 pm, and by appointment. I’ll be at the gallery often during this final week, so please let me know if you’d like to meet there. Thanks to all who have already visited the show!
My cut-paper multiple Cloud can be purchased at the gallery and HERE.
Echo Lineation was previewed in the Bushwick Daily on December 11. The show remains on view through January 25, 2015.
My solo exhibition Echo Lineation opened on December 12 and is on view at Robert Henry Contemporary through January 25, 2015. The show includes new paintings, drawings, a site-specific drawing installation, and a limited-edition cut-paper sculpture called Cloud!
Location: 56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn NY 11206
Gallery hours: Thursday–Sunday, 1–6 pm
(The gallery will be closed for the holidays December 22–January 1.)
I am very pleased that my site-specific drawing installation Saltonstall Waterfalls is included in the first volume of a new journal called Looking at Painting, published in the UK.
I’ve donated works to the current and upcoming events that will benefit the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) and Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).
This is a great opportunity to acquire one of my small studies and to help two local arts nonprofits. I’ve received assistance from and enjoyed programs of both organizations, and I want to see them thrive.
The LMCC’s Autumn Art Auction ends today, November 3, at 9 pm, both in person and through online bidding.
Here, you can see my donation. Bidding starts at $150.
The ticketed closing reception is tonight, Monday, November 3, 6-9 pm at the William Holman Gallery, 65 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002, in the Lower East Side.
Tickets for the LMCC reception are here.
Next up is the Brooklyn Arts Council’s AccessArt sale, on November 16, at BAC’s headquarters in Dumbo.
Here, you can see information and images of the artworks donated.
My donated piece is available for $150.
Tickets for the BAC sale are here.
Thanks for participating and helping these organizations to continue their work with artists and arts organizations!
I am pleased that three of my drawings are featured in the inaugural issue of Duende, a new literary journal.
In about two months, my show will open, with new paintings, drawings, and a site-specific drawing installation.
Mark your calendars!
Location: Robert Henry Contemporary, 56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn NY 11206
Opening Reception: Friday, December 12, 2014, 6–9 pm
Exhibition Dates: December 12, 2014–January 25, 2015
I spent much of the summer in the studio, working on new paintings and drawings. In conjunction with Greenpoint Open Studios, my workspace will be open to all visitors during the first weekend of October.
If you will be in the area, please come and see what I’ve been making.
Date: October 4 and 5, 2014
Time: 12 to 6 pm
Place: 152 Eagle Street, Brooklyn NY 11222
If that weekend isn’t convenient, please don’t hesitate to contact me to make an appointment.
I am excited to share the galleryELL exhibition Pleasure and Pain, featured on the website during September 2014. Developed by Kirsten Nash and co-curated with John Ros, it explores really interesting concepts about the creative process.
The Pollock-Krasner Foundation features two of my paintings in its image collection, here.