Salon (n). 1 A large reception hall or drawing
room 2 A regular gathering of distinguished guests 3 A parlor
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To produce Art one is alone, however artists in all
disciplines need to engage with others to foster their creativity. Several
times over the last 2 years, we have invited other artists to exhibit on our
“parlor floor walls” for an evening of exchanging ideas- seeing what other
artists are creating, listen to music and invite like minded persons, whether
they be patrons or have a love of the arts and its dialogue.
Our PR puts it plainly, An evening of Fine Art, Music, discussion
and networking for Artists, Patrons and like-minded people in a warm and
This endeavor continues to enhance one of our missions with
regard to education and networking.
Please join us by viewing a slide show from several of our
past evening gatherings on our Exhibition page.
If you are interested in joining us for one of these in the
future please send us your information using the contact form on our site. Or
you can email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are we?
Brushmeisters of Brooklyn is a group of three Brooklyn-based artists who have come to their art in different ways. The unifying theme of the group is Sumi-E, or Asian brush Painting.
Eva G. Mihovich, Carol Itzkowitz Neiman and John Dilgen have at one point or another in their artistic careers; studied this ancient, expressive and spiritual art form.
The Brushmeisters collective works reflect a fusion of Eastern and Western sensibilities.
Although their individual styles and subjects may differ, the Brush stands as their symbol and tool of creativity.
Hence the name: BRUSHMEISTERS
Carol Itzkowitz Neiman has just moved to the West Coast (Los Angeles, CA) More information to follow - "I will always be a Brooklynite regardless where I live. More info to follow-to reach Carol email at: email@example.com
The Turtle and the Boulder by Carol Itzkowitz Neiman
Yellow Bird by John Dilgen
Three Kittens by Eva G. Mihovich
Brushmeisters has a new look. The painting across the main title was done by John Dilgen
All images are owned by the individual artist and any copying or reprinting of any image is not allowed without the express written permission of the Artist.