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You’ve been waiting for this one. My new book with over 80 images selected from paintings of the Brooklyn neighborhoods you know and love (and a few from Manhattan, too). Includes rooftop views, brownstone buildings, local shops, and our city parks. Take a look.

Order with me by Friday, Dec 2: $47 [if I get at least 20 orders], includes tax and shipping. Pick up will be at my studio the weekend of Dec 17/18 or evenings of Dec 20/21. Send me an email.

 Order online at blurb.com: $43. Tax and shipping will be added. Order by Dec 11 for delivery by Dec 24. Go to their website: click here.

Enjoy and thanks for your interest!

Please join me Thursday evening, June 2, 6-8 pm, to celebrate the opening of Being There – Recent Paintings by Mary K. Connelly and Ella Yang.  The Callahan Center Gallery, St Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, is conveniently located in Brooklyn Heights about a block from Borough Hall.  I’ll have over 20 paintings from the last couple of years, including a number of large paintings that have not had much opportunity to get out of my studio.  Bring your friends and family to enjoy the artwork, share a beverage and snacks, and ask us about our works.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Ella

p.s. for more information about Mary K. Connelly, visit her website.

p.p.s. If you miss the opening, the show runs through June 29. The gallery is open 9 am – 9 pm daily. It might be a good idea to call ahead (718.489.5372) as there are talks and other events occasionally scheduled in the Callahan Center.

News flash! I joined 440 Gallery, a wonderful artists collective with a lovely storefront in Park Slope, Brooklyn.  Most of the time, one of the members have a solo exhibition in the main, front part of the gallery, and meanwhile the other members show a sample of their work in the back part. You should definitely ask to see what’s in the flat files (also in the back area).  There is quite a variety of great artwork: painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture, mixed media. And, most wonderful (and astonishing) is how reasonably priced all the art is there. You have to stop by to see for yourself!

Here is what I have in the back right now:

Purple and Blue Awnings, oil on canvas, 12"x16"

I’ve also left some oil studies on panels (discounted heavily!) in my drawer.

The gallery is open Thursday and Friday, 4-7, Saturday and Sunday, 11-7, and by appointment. Check it out! For more info, visit www.440gallery.com.

Visit the 440 Gallery before the show closes on Saturday, July 25!  The work in the show includes a broad range of styles and techniques including painting, drawing, photography, prints, mixed and new media that directly relates to the borough of Brooklyn, NY.  My painting, “Early Evening on Garfield Place” has a great spot near the entrance! The show was reviewed in July’s Wagmag, a local arts website.

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