At Bushwick Open Studios 2023, Art is Rain or Shine

Despite heavy rains in New York City, the yearly Bushwick Open Studios event, running Friday to Sunday (September 22—24), was in full swing. Hundreds of local artists across the neighborhood opened the doors to their studios, workshops, and galleries to showcase their artworks. I grabbed the largest umbrella I could find and set out to visit as many studios as possible.

To navigate the many different artist studios and locations, I used this handy map guide on Google Maps
Most studios in Bushwick are located inside large converted industrial buildings but you’ll never get lost with the impromptu signs
Painter Wizard $kull (@wizardskull) explains his work to a group of visitors
Artist Dan Gausman (@dan_gausman) in his studio
In the studio of Lauren Klenow (@laurenklenow) and Luft Tanaka (@lufttanakastudio), delicately crafted home objects
Painter Judi Keeshan shares her studio with fellow artist Zachary Eric Federbush
Studio of artist Ana Wieder Blank (@anawiederblank)
Janel Schultz creates stop motion art with handmade puppets and sets made of paper

See more of Janel’s work on her Instagram (@janelschultz)

Show by Naruki Kukita (@narukikukita)

Bushwick Open Studios
September 22—24, 2023
artsinbushwick.org

#bushwickopenstudios
@officialbushwickopenstudios

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