Above are a couple of the galleries from the "On the Edge" exhibit which is on view at the Mills Pond Gallery in St. James, NY until December 19, 2021. The show features more than 50 works from artists Kathy Levine and Pam Brown who have a profound connection to the land. Their work stands at the intersection of art and the environment exploring new ways to engender feelings of hope, sustainability and care for our planet.  To contact the gallery, call 631-862-6575 or for more info, visit.

An in-depth article titled “Mills Pond Gallery in St. James shines light on climate change in latest exhibit, On the Edge” by Melissa Arnold appeared in the Times Beacon Record News Media on November 4, 2021. The article can be viewed at:

These are photos of work I exhibited and art supporters who stopped by during Artmageddon I and II which took place on June 13 and October 3, 2021 in the Victorian Flatbush area of Brooklyn, NY. Over a hundred artists displayed their work and musicians performed on porches and gardens in this community-wide event.

The young people from the Yiddish New York Family Band created this heartfelt video with music they composed while looking at art in the "Finf Yor" online exhibit which included five years of Art at Yiddish New York. To view the video click on the following link: The two curators of this outstanding exhibit were Deborah Ugoretz and Tine Kindermann. One of the exhibits in “Finf Yor” is “…With the Kisses of their Mouth”: Eros and Spirituality in which the piece “Tsistsistas” was shown. In the photo above, I'm with Deborah at the actual show which took place at the City Lore Gallery from December of 2018 to January 2019. My work "Tsistsistas" is the second piece on the video and was inspired by a Cheyenne word which means "the people" and also "mother earth". In Cheyenne, mother earth is the creator of earth and everything else.

The United Nations UN75 virtual exhibition titled ‘Global Conversation’ was a global humanity-focused art exhibit raising global awareness of the most pressing issues confronting humanity. My piece that was selected for this exhibit was Prospect Park Red Oak - After Sandy which commemorates and was cast from a tree that fell during Hurricane Sandy, a storm that was considered to have been made more powerful and destructive due to global warming. This virtual exhibit was online from September 21-28, 2020.

The video of the "Women Celebrate Women" exhibition at El Barrio’s Artspace was narrated by Rhina Valentin, Cultural Ambassador and includes short interviews of some of the artists in the show. To watch the video click here. I'm interviewed towards the end of the video at the 4.16 minute mark. This large multimedia exhibit showcasing 36 artists was curated by Yvonne Lamar-Rogers and Rolinda Ramos. My work titled “Urban Roots (Flatbush)” was on display in the exhibit from August 15 to October, 3, 2020.


Art at Minka’s inaugural exhibit ‘How We Evolve’ was on view from September 10 to October 1, 2020 at 1120 Washington Avenue in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn. The fourteen artists selected for this show, which included two of my pieces ‘Volador’ and ‘Mount Baldy Blowout’, were chosen back in February 2020 before Covid-19 by curator Taylor Kuhn. Reflection on how we cope and transform in response to our experiences is pertinent to any time in our lives including during a global pandemic.

Kathy Levine and the Flatbush Artists Open Studios have been featured on News12 Brooklyn.

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Pokey Alrutz, Kim Carlino, Kathy Levine, Shona Macdonald, Robert Stuart, Leonard Sussman, Kate Walker, Sung Won Yun

Opening Reception: July 27, 6 - 8 p.m.
547 West 27th Street, Suite 207, New York, NY 10001 July 27 – August 11, 2017

Visit the Garvey Simon site for more info.

Twenty-five accomplished artists invite the public into their homes and studios during the weekend of November 12-13, 2016 from 11 am to 5 pm. Visitors have the opportunity to meet and talk with the artists about their work as well as purchase art. Many of the studios host several artists and are located in century-old Victorian houses surrounded by gardens and tree-lined streets, all are within walking distance of each other in this free self-guided open studios tour.

For a printable PDF copy of the map for the Flatbush Artists Open Studios, click here.