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Preview // Rebeca Raney

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I can't get over Rebeca Raney's Flower Power series and am so damn excited to have it debut on Buy Some Damn Art (pun intended). The drawings are really out of this world! These two pieces, part of a series of six, will be available tomorrow at noon. . . .

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New Show // Sarah Williamson

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Sarah Williamson's show on BSDA just launched! I'm psyched to have Sarah on Buy Some Damn Art because her work rocks but also because she has become a friend. (I met Sarah soon after she moved to Brooklyn last summer.) Sarah has an amazingly relaxed attitude about her work. Yes, she works hard and takes herself seriously as an artist, but as she says in the interview, a sense of humour is always part of the mix. Pebble Island, $200. Where are you from and where do you live currently?  I'm from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and I currently live in Brooklyn. ....

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Preview // Sarah Williamson

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This week I am stoked to have two awesome shows launching - Sarah Williamson on Tuesday and Rebeca Raney on Thursday! Sarah and Rebeca are both SUPER awesome, crazy talented Brooklyn-based artists. To give you a taste, here are three pieces that will be in Sarah's show. .. . Stay tuned for a preview of Rebeca's show later in the week.

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Preview // Greg Hart's January Show

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Greg Hart (who I featured on Art Hound in June) is bringing his heady, enigmatic portraits to Buy Some Damn Art this January. These three pieces will be included in the show. Lucky us! . . .

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New Show // Stephanie Chambers

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Stephanie Chambers is a Brooklyn-based RISD grad who's our featured artist this week on Buy Some Damn Art. Recently Stephanie took a hiatus from New York and decamped to San Francisco during which she created these pieces for BSDA. One of my favorite things about her work is that what appears playful at first reveals itself to be much more profound. The artist has a gift for channeling very human experiences and emotions through the animals that appear in her work. . . Where are you from and were do you currently live? I'm originally from Garden City, New York...

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