Not Another GALLERY! Hosts "The Brand New New Year Show," a Group Art Exhibition in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Through Feb. 11

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  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) January 18, 2023 - From December 31, 2022 to February 11, 2023, Williamsburg’s hottest gallery, “Not Another GALLERY!” is hosting a group show entitled, “THE BRAND NEW NEW YEAR SHOW.”

    To start the new year on a positive note, artist/gallerist/curator David Craig Ellis set out to assemble a group show comprised of his friends and favorite artists. The show features some of the country’s top visual artists including Rick Prol, Ivy Supersonic, Paul Kostabi, Friday Jones, Bingo Sanatra, Anna Gabriel, Karyn Mannix, Mark Kostabi, and David Craig Ellis. The event will also showcase new work from Jackson Pawlick, the painting dog.

    “This show has a real, legitimate rock and roll feel to it. Almost every artist in the show has either been in a band or is somehow connected to a rock star. It’s just pure, authentic fun.”
    - David Craig Ellis, Artist/Gallerist/Curator

    The closing party will be held on Saturday, February 11, 2023, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at “Not Another GALLERY!” (see details below).

    THE BRAND NEW NEW YEAR SHOW Artists (Alphabetical Order)

    Don Armbrust
    Gina Albano
    Caron Bernstein
    Richard Bacchus
    Daniel Belardinelli
    Val Brochard
    Rex Costello
    Sunny Chapman
    David Craig Ellis
    James Graham
    Eric Ginsburg
    Alison Gordy
    Anna Gabriel
    Friday Jones
    Mark Kostabi
    Paul Kostabi
    Elizabeth Kresch
    Daryl LaVare
    Samoa Moriki
    Karyn Mannix
    Dave Manilow
    Jeff Mohlenbrok
    Gerry Morehead
    Sharilyn Neidhardt
    Susan Marion Offield
    Andrew Ossorguine
    Joan Pavelka
    Jackson Pawlick
    Rick Prol
    Johnathan Quinn
    Gordon Ramsey
    Suzanne Ross
    Marny Sadler
    Christopher Saucedo
    Gabriel J. Shuldiner
    Jim Savage
    Duane Stapp
    Julie Sando
    Rew Starr
    Ivy Supersonic
    Bingo Sanatra
    Lori Taschler
    Francine Taylor
    Gina Volpe
    Pat Weinell
    Maureen Winzig
    Agni Zotis

    Exhibit Details

    WHEN: December 31, 2022 - February 11, 2023
    WHERE: “Not Another GALLERY!”
    109 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11249

    Gallery Hours
    Mon: Closed
    Tues-Sun: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
    Saturday, February 11, 2023
    6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    “Not Another GALLERY!”
    109 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11249

    About The Artists

    Anna Gabriel
    A fine art photographer who has worked with such artists as Iggy Pop, Deborah Harry, Tom Petty, and of course her father, rock star Peter Gabriel. Anna has an incredibly captivating book published by ACC Art Books featuring portraits that capture the eyes of 64 well-known celebrities.

    Paul Kostabi
    A founding member of rock group White Zombie, Paul Kostabi exhibits his multi-talents with colorful abstract paintings of distorted faces along with several well-known murals throughout New York City.

    Collaboration David Craig Ellis / Don Armbrust
    A Canadian Artist, Ellis has been a fixture on the downtown NYC and Brooklyn art scene since the early 90’s. Ellis owns and operates “Not Another GALLERY!” in trendy Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where he exhibits his paintings, prints, posters, clothing line, tote bags, and other merchandise. In “Greetings From Walpole Island,” Ellis collaborates with fellow Canadian artist Don Armbrust.

    Ivy Supersonic
    Painter/clothing designer Ivy Supersonic has had several solo exhibits in New York City along with several pop up stores and galleries displaying her paranormal paintings and designs. Ivy first became famous for designing hats worn by celebrities such as Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson.
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    Samoa Moriki
    Originally from Japan, the underground rock and roll guitar player and character actor is a celebrated painter throughout the East Village. Samoa is a founding member of New York City shock-art darlings, The Voluptuous Horror Of Karen Black.

    Gina Volpe
    Best known as the founding member of the extremely successful and famous punk band, Lunachicks, Volpe creates intricate, detailed paintings that fall somewhere between Mad Magazine and an actual hallucination.

    Mark Kostabi
    Known for decades as a wildly famous painter, sculptor, and extremely talented composer, Mark Kostabi paintings are in the permanent collection of The Met, The Guggenheim, and The National Gallery Of Modern Art in Rome.

    Rick Prol
    A legendary icon of the east village art scene of the 80’s, Prol’s work is in many collections such as The Smithsonian, The Hirshhorn Museum, and The Guggenheim. Prior to experiencing his own fame and popularity, Rick Prol was the last assistant to Jean-Michel Basquiat.

    Caron Bernstein
    “A quadruple threat.” Top model turned painter, Caron is also well known for her major label music career and supreme acting abilities in several feature films.

    Richard Bacchus
    During lockdown, rock star Richard Bacchus painted postcards, mailing them out to friends around the world. Richard was a founding member of New York City’s beloved glam-punk band, D Generation, whose major label debut was released in 1994 to critical acclaim.

    Friday Jones
    A celebrity tattoo artist also famous for her humanitarian work, Friday has aligned with some of the country’s top plastic surgeons for 3D nipple tattoos, areolar repigmentation, and illustrative scar therapy for mastectomy survivors, providing artful scar coverage and emotional restoration. Friday makes clear and detailed paintings depicting the dark side of the world.

    Jackson Pawlick
    A purebred Boston Terrier, Jackson comes from a lineage of authentic pedigree, all certified with the British/American Kennel Club.

    “It’s as if he was naturally drawn to the easel. I was working in the studio and he just gravitated to a blank canvas next to me and began to create. As Jackson continues to crank out masterpieces, we are currently in talks for an endorsement deal with Crayola Washable Safe Paint.” - D.C. Ellis

    Media Contact
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    David Craig Ellis
    “Not Another GALLERY!”
    (p) 646-246-8407
    dcellisstudio ( @ ) gmail dot com

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