Liz Artinian’s Bunnycutlet Gallery wasn’t named “Best New Art Gallery New York 2013” by the Village Voice for nothin’. The 850-square-foot Bunnycutlet Gallery hopped into Williamsburg in November 2012, and promptly hosted Too Art for TV 6, the sixth iteration of Artinian’s annual group exhibition of works by artists who maintain day-jobs in the animation industry.
Bunnycutlet specializes in urban folk and nerd art by motion graphics artists, animation directors, and illustrators, turning it into a pop culture warren; as Artinian explains, it is the offering of “a curating group that promotes and exhibits animation/illustration inspired fine art in New York City.”
The focus of the gallery is to give space to the fine art of these industry folks, including the form of figurative art, which is all a rather roundabout way of introducing Douglas Einar Olsen’s Brooklyn Nude Figure Drawing series.
Brooklyn Nude Figure Drawing is a life drawing night for creative professionals, illustrators, animators, designers, and fine artists. It meets once-a-week between the hours of 7:30pm and 10:30pm, every Wednesday—check the schedule for any changes due to holidays or exhibition installation). Plus free beer!
158 Roebling Street near Metropolitan
Wednesdays 7:30pm – 10:30pm
$15 at the door, free beer! BYO art supplies