Sunday, June 13, 2010

GOOgle and GO Ogle Art in Jackson Heights

"37th Avenue" Art Gallery ARTIST OF THE DAY

Eung Ho Park was born in Woonchun, South Korea and he received his BFA from Pratt Institute. Eung Ho Park has exhibited at Exit Art, the Drawing Center in New York City, Sculpture Center, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Queens Museum of Art, the Long Island University, DM Contemporary, Maxwell Davidson Gallery, Sabina Lee Gallery in Los Angeles, and Wake Forest University in South Carolina. Park has created a permanent sculpture for PS 270 in Queens, New York. His work had been reviewed in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Baltimore Sun, Art on Paper, The Boston Globe, and other publications. He lives in Jackson Heights Queens and maintains a studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Today was tropical day in NYC - with showers and sun - sometimes at the same time.
Art was everywhere:along the fence at PS 69 at 77th Street - the Jackson Heights Art Club held their annual art show . The club has existed since 1945. talented artist teach and share their passion and skills with children and adults.
Afzal, owner of Espresso 77, spread out a canvas and painting supplies and invited artists of every age to create the mural. Local artist Elliot Bassman helped out and encouraged many younger JH artists...

the google map was also created showcasing the STOREFRONTS along 37th Ave in Jackson Heights and the artists work featured there.

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