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Looking for the stART
The art world can be a very daunting place, especially if you’re in New York City. There are surprisingly few places in New York that provide opportunities for young artists to show their work. Even with the resources that are available, exhibiting anywhere in this big city is a hard earned privilege.
In December of 2011, Harrison Love (2004 Scholastic Awards alum) had his first NYC solo show at the Greenpoint Gallery! His advice to young artists: “Don’t ever be discouraged. Nothing ever works out the way we fantasize. Your career will start slowly, and in a small way. But it will grow as long as you keep learning from each experience and from the other artists you will come in contact with in the process.”

Looking for the stART

The art world can be a very daunting place, especially if you’re in New York City. There are surprisingly few places in New York that provide opportunities for young artists to show their work. Even with the resources that are available, exhibiting anywhere in this big city is a hard earned privilege.

In December of 2011, Harrison Love (2004 Scholastic Awards alum) had his first NYC solo show at the Greenpoint Gallery!

His advice to young artists: “Don’t ever be discouraged. Nothing ever works out the way we fantasize. Your career will start slowly, and in a small way. But it will grow as long as you keep learning from each experience and from the other artists you will come in contact with in the process.”

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