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Summer Lounge 2022




 

Toyameg

Skater Girl”

acrylic on paper

(framed)

12 x 15 1/2 in, 2021







Ellen Weider

“Flyby

acrylic and graphite on linen

18 x 24 in, 2021 (framed)

 






Christian Nguyen

“Bologna

acrylic on canvas

24 x 16 in, 2019










Jacob Gerard

“Sports/Cafe/Bar”

acrylic/oil sticks on canvas

56 x 36 in, 2022









Jeremy Nakamura

“Friends on the Reef ”

oil on wood panel

10 x 10 in, 2022











Grace Tobin

“Absent Thoughts 1”

acrylic on wood

9 x 12 in, 2022












Grace Tobin

“Absent Thoughts 4”

acrylic on wood

9 x 12 in, 2022











Yool Kim

“Tell Me More”

Mixed media on linen canvas

24 x 19 1/2 in, 2022










Marlon Lainez

Encampment

acrylic on wood

5 x 7 in, 2019

















Chris Moore

“The lyrics # 1”

7 ply stained laminte, transfer and acrylic

8.35 x 29.75 in, 2022







Seth Ellison

“Hangdog”

oil on canvas

22 x 18 1/2 in, 2018





Toyameg

“Kayak”

acrylic on canvas

19 x 22 in, 2021









Ellen Weider

“Nine-Ville

acrylic and graphite on linen

18 x 24 in, 2021 (framed)








Jacob Gerard

“Inner Child

acrylic/oil pastel on paper

24 x 18 in, 2022










Jacob Gerard

“Awkward Decay”

acrylic/oil sticks on canvas

46 x 58 in, 2022













Jeremy Nakamura

“Biker in Adirondaks”

gouache on aquabord

6 x 6 in, 2022











Grace Tobin

“Between the Lines”

oil on canvas

12 x 10 in, 2022











Grace Tobin

“Absent Thoughts 2”

acrylic on wood

9 x 12 in, 2022










 Yool Kim

Space Travel”

Mixed media on linen canvas

27 1/5 x 18 1/2 in, 2022










Taezoo Park

Candle TV in Digital Era - 004”

CRT TV (SONY / GOLDSTAR / SAMSUNG), Arduino, LED matrix, USB Cable, USB Charger, E-waste Part

12.5(W) x 21(H) x 14(D) in, 2018


*PLEASE ASK FOR PRICE











Chris Moore

“The lyrics # 2”

7 ply stained laminte, transfer and acrylic

8.75 x 29.75 in, 2022






Cathy Tabbakh

“Bird’s Eye”

ink and acrylic on canvas

25 1/2 x 11 4/5 in, 2022

















Toyameg

“Sungalsses with Cat”

acrylic on canvas

19 x 19 in, 2021










Ellen Weider

“Geometrical

acrylic and graphite on linen

18 x 24 in, 2021 (framed)








Jacob Gerard

“Godzilla”

acrylic/oil pastel on paper

24 x 18 in, 2022









Jeremy Nakamura

“Icecream truck in the Canyons ”

gouache on aquabord

10 x 10 in, 2022











Grace Tobin

“Dispersed”

oil on canvas

16 1/2 x 16 1/2 in, 2022









Derek Haffar

“Chloe”

White Portland cement & Peeled Plum Tomato Can

16 x 5 x 8in, 2021








Tony Geiger

Monster Dilemma”

acrylic on wood panel

28 x 24 in, 2021










Marlon Lainez

“Ciudad de Carpas”

acrylic on wood

18 x 24 in, 2018












Taezoo Park

Candle TV in Digital Era - 005”

CRT TV Monitor, Arduino, LED Matrix, Distance Sensor, USB Cable, USB Charger, TV Mount, Wood Panel, Screw, E-waste Part


7(W) x 13(H) x 10(D) in, 2018











Seth Ellison

“Darn Nigh Hopeless”

oil on canvas

28 x 22 in, 2021













Cathy Tabbakh

“Tormented Queen Monstera”

ink and acrylic on canvas

19 3/5 x 15 7/10 in, 2022













Toyameg

“Laying with Tiger”

acrylic on paper

(framed)

12 x 16 in, 2021






Christian Nguyen

“Nocturne

acrylic on canvas

30 x 20 in, 2019






Jacob Gerard

“King Kong”

acrylic/oil pastel on paper

24 x 18 in, 2022










Jonjo Elliot

Animal Chin”

hand finished unique Giclee prints

30 x 24 in, 2021 *framed








Grace Tobin

“Absent Thoughts 3”

acrylic on wood

9 x 12 in, 2022













Derek Haffar

“Mask”

White Portland cement

16 x 5 x 8in, 2021











Tony Geiger

Wooden Idol”

oil on canvas

30 x 24 in, 2022





Marlon Lainez

“Carpas y Cobijas”

acrylic on wood

5 x 7 in, 2020












Taezoo Park

Candle TV in Digital Era - 008”

CRT TV Monitor, Arduino, LED Matrix, Distance Sensor, USB Cable, USB Charger, TV Mount, Wood Panel, Screw, E-waste Part


7(W) x 13(H) x 10(D) in, 2018











Seth Ellison

“Hay Fever”

oil on canvas

24 x 20 in, 2021













Cathy Tabbakh

“Fatal Shadow from Above”

ink and acrylic on canvas

11 4/5 x 8 3/10 in, 2022
























Court Tree Collective was established in 2013 by a group of artists and creatives with the primary purpose of representing and supporting the work of emerging and established contemporary artists. Since its opening Court Tree Collective has been a staple to south Brooklyn’s emerging art scene and in a short time has exhibited a number of important exhibitions. In addition they have curated a number of exhibitions at satellite locations throughout the states and abroad. ︎




Location

Industry City
51 35th Street,
BLD #5
2nd FL, Suite B236
Brooklyn, NY 11232


Mailing Address

Court Tree Collective
728 41st Street #1F
Brooklyn, NY 11232


Contact

info@courttree.com
 
Gallery Hours

Fri - Sat 12 - 6pm
Sun 12 - 5pm
*and by appointment



The 36 St subway station {D, N, R, trains} is the nearest one to Industry City in Brooklyn






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