Jed Williams Gallery
In honor of Black History Month on February 1st, Jed Williams Gallery presents a special art exhibition, entitled Joie de Vivre hosted by guest curator Florcy Morisset (owner of Vivant Art Collection).
In honor of Black History Month Jed Williams Gallery, located 615 Bainbridge Street in Queens Village proudly presents a selection of unique cultural works from Mexico, Cuba, and Haiti. The works on display will range from original paintings to works on paper; the art is distinctive, colorful, and festive with images of tropical and musical scenes. Jed Williams Gallery’s goal is to highlight the style and impact of artists of different ethnicities from the African Diaspora.
In this special exhibit Old City meets Queen Village. Jed Williams Gallery is collaborating with one of the most exciting and unique Old City art galleries, Vivant Art Collection. It is the hope to introduce black cultural art to the Queen Village clientele and foster a new connection between two neighborhoods, which are both artsy and creative.
On Saturday, January 8th Jed Williams Gallery will host a wine & cheese reception from 4- 7pm. “Joie de Vivre: a Celebration of Black Culture” will be on display from February 1, 2014 through February 28, 2014. Jed Williams Gallery is open 1pm-3pm on Saturday and Sunday as well as by appointment/chance.