RxArt and Half Gallery took a trip to Red Hook to visit artist Dustin Yellin at his studio in Brooklyn. Yellin is a both drawer and sculptor: using ink, acrylic, and collage, he renders images on multiple sheets of resin or glass and then layers them on top of one another. Like an insect caught in amber, Yellin's drawings are encapsulated worlds suspended in time.
In addition to his studio, we also got a peek into his 24,000-square-foot industrial warehouse, which he is converting into an artist workspace and gallery. See the photos below!
With Paris on Her Mind
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RxArt In Color
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The Picasso Prescription
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Avant Garde Preschool with Dan Colen