Picture Farm is proud to announce our first full show of the 2017 season, Exit Light, opening Friday February 3rd. The group exhibition celebrates the photography and study of the up and coming and otherwise-engaged.

Picture Farm Gallery, is the more passion-project face of Picture Farm Production, a commercial photo, video & content production company. The photographers in the show are culled from the photo assistants, assistant editors, producers and filmmakers who flatter our daily working life in so many other roles.

Picture Farm’s Cleveland Jones and Stefania Consarino have teamed up with the photo collective Gasoline to curate the show, which will be a silent auction on opening night with all proceeds going to the artists and to the World Food Program.




Now in its third year, Picture Farm Film Festival will be happening on the weekend of 3/24-3/26 2017

We are accepting submissions for short films addressing these topics:

• Films About Women Made By Women

• Global Environment Issues for the Local Audience

• Black Voices in  Independent Film

• Defying Gender Identity Labels

• Untold Stories of Struggle & Change from Around The World

We will review feature film submissions on a case by case basis. We accept Narratives, Documentaries, Animated Films, Experimental Works, Music Videos, and Teaser / Trailers.

Click here to submit

December Pop Up Oroboro Sale


November Pop Up : “Silhouettes”


Picture Farm Gallery is proud to announce our November neighborhood artisan pop-up for November…

Today, denim whisperer Merica Lee and ceramic artist Erin Clancy announced “Silhouettes”, a one-day shopping event on Sunday, November 13th at Picture Farm Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.  

The collaborators are teaming up to produce the one-day pop-up, which will feature new product lines from both designers.  Lee will be selling a pair of her coveted bell-bottom jeans customized by embroidery star Sophie Lockhart, along with additional one-of-a-kind trousers treated with airbrush and ice-dye.  (Standard Merica Lee jeans retail for $325, and one-off collaborations will be $425.)

Clancy has just completed an assortment of stoneware featuring raw texture, hand-painted patterns, and gold luster.  Inspired by the color and forms of the Spanish and New York landscape, the new home and tableware collection will retail from $25 – $100.  Floral studio Huntress will create ikebana-style flower arrangements inspired by Clancy’s pieces, and will have bouquets available for purchase as well.

Clancy and Lee began collaborating last year, when Lee launched her eponymous denim line with an unmissable, butt-boosting silhouette sewn from raw 14 oz. denim in classic blue.  When Lee added a white denim option to her collection, Clancy created a series of one-of-a-kind beads to adorn the laces on the jeans’ rear.  Each stoneware bead is hand-rolled, cut, formed and painted.

ERIN LOUISE CLANCY is a visual and ceramic artist based in Queens, New York.  She utilizes traditional practices to celebrate the home, daily rituals, and the urban landscape, and believes beauty resides in everyday objects.  Erin creates limited edition collections for the home, as well as commissioned work for coffee shops and restaurants (including Cafe Grumpy, Diner, and Tygershark).  erinlouiseclancy.com

MERICA LEE, drummer for the rock outfit Naked Heroes, based her signature style on a treasured pair of heavyweight, sailor-style dungarees.  Made in New York City’s Garment from nearly indestructible raw Japanese denim, the jeans have been called “magical” and “butt-changing” by Lee’s rapidly growing base of devotees, which includes Parker Posey, model Jamie Bochert, and androgynous style icon Andre J.  mericalee.com

HUNTRESS is a Brooklyn-based floral studio inspired by wildly opulent equatorial designs, spirit of place, a mood or feeling in time, cross-cultural savoir-faire, the tropics, botanical exploration, and natural oddities. Founded by Alicia McDole, the company specializes in weddings, events, private installations, and floral styling.  huntressbotanica.com

Sunday, November 13th
12 – 6 PM
Picture Farm Gallery
338 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211

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We are proud to announce photographer Camila Falquez is presenting a pin-up show at Picture Farm Gallery.

Ms Falquez has travelled the world shooting for L’Officiel Mexico, VEIN Magazine, Hermés, The Sartorialist, Garance Dore, Harpers Bazaar, Esquire, Fashion TV, Nice Things, Grazia Magazine and ICON Magazine.

BODY OF WORK outlines some her personal vision of human form,“…examining the ephemeral nature of body movement. Our physical relationship with the environment is one expressed by motion, she says through her photography…” as covered in an article about the show featured in WILD Magazine.

Visual excerpts of this work were also recently highlighted in VICE Magazine’s “New Generation of Photographers In Columbia” feature.

Doors open at 7PM at the PF Gallery space at 338 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn NY, 11249





Picture Farm Gallery is proud to present the imagery of Paul Colt in the gallery space for a one week pop up starting this coming Saturday night.

Mr. Colt has been described as “local zen master of the Lower East Side, a painter and veritable raconteur from some nightmare dreamscape involving Melvin Van Peebles, Gil Scott Heron, Henry Miller, and Louis-Ferdinand Céline.”

And while many don’t know his real name (some say Chavis, Colt, Seale…his alias assumed to avoid heat from his days in the Black Liberation Army) his outside-inside art, his anti-Symbolist hagiography matched with his outsized persona offers a glimpse into a creative mind seldom experienced.

Paul Colt Opening Reception
August 27th 6PM to 9PM
Picture Farm Gallery
338 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, New York




Mark Beukes has been a part of the local neighborhood art community for the better part of the last two decades and is now suffering from the rare disorder Myelodysplastic Syndromes. Juliet Kravchuk, Max Sternberg and a host of others are throwing a one-night party fundraiser to help him battle the this disease.

There will be an amazing array of art on offer starting at incredible, below market prices in a silent auction to help with medical and cost of living expenses.

There is currently a fund for Mark set up online, but this will be a great way to support and will offer up some incredible gems and a good time for a long time fellow community member.




Picture Farm Gallery is proud to host The Universal Solvent Collective this Saturday night, presenting “NEW ARRIVALS”, a video program of short pieces made by a group of amateur American filmmakers. The film selections have characteristics similar to diary entries, all of them capturing short moments in time.

The line up:
“wistful thinking” // Julia Kipnis
“A Hydrant High” // Charlie Rosario
“March to June” // Robert Orlowski
“vegas” // Philip Steiger
“EXIT 9” // Joseph Barglowski
This event will mark the premiere of “EXIT 9”, the only fiction piece in the program. The film attempts to appropriate this diary-method of filmmaking in a narrative form by following the behaviors of a girl whose repeating actions lead her to similar outcomes. “EXIT 9” was made by Joseph Barglowski and shot on 16mm by Robert Orlowski, featuring Kati Rehbeck in her acting debut.

“NEW ARRIVALS” will be screening on the night of Saturday, June 18 at 7:30PM at Picture Farm Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Food and drinks will be provided.



The children of Picture Farm more often than not spend some of their most formative years at Mi Escuelita, a local preschool. And every year we are proud to present their year end children’s art show. Last year Mi Escuelita concentrated the show around Nepal, raising $14k for Helter Shelter while teaching the children about art, culture and empathy. This year the focus is on Africa and responsible tourism.

All local art lovers are invited to stop in and enjoy the party and check out the great work Mi Escuelita does with the children entrusted to it. And especially, if you’re looking for a preschool for your child, this is a great opportunity.

From Tia Yvonne:

“¡Buenos días!
Mi Escuelita cares about our endangered species community conservation and responsible tourism.
This year we focused on the continent of Africa. We have taken the little ones on a conscious journey through the African continent, exploring it’s animals.
Please help us by donating to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy which is an award-winning catalyst and model for community conservation, a UNESCO world heritage site.

Any donations made will be donated directly to Lewa wildlife conservancy…”

Direct to donations to:

IT DOESN’T NOT WORK (Version 3.0) 2016


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Picture Farm Gallery is stoked to announce the third annual It Doesn’t Not Work local surfboard shaping exhibition.

The process of surfcraft design is not one limited to the big machines of the surf industry, or solely belonging to the heralded masters of the craft, it is a living folk art on an equally democratic level. It is a continually evolving conversation between local craftsman and the sea… and the creations that relationship spawns.

The IDNW inaugural event took place in May of 2014, a result of some mental sparks between S.M.A.S.H  Surf’s Tyler Breuer, Imaginary Surf Co.’s  David Murphy and Picture Farm’s Toddy Stewart. In April of 2015, the show would go on with the inclusion of Board Porn’s  Ron Schein to the team. The 2016 version expands further to include Desiree Melendez to our operational cast.

It Doesn’t Not Work is a surf craft exposition that explores the process of the art & craft of surf-riding design, the event aims to discuss these experimental shapes, work-in-progress projects and tried-and-true formulas. It is a time of conversation and camaraderie, good times and good razzing.

The 3rd Annual IDNW event will be held at Picture Farm Gallery on the weekend of May 13, 14 & 15, 2016. and for the first time coincides with the annual Fish Fry held out in Long Beach, Long Island (swell permitting.)

Prospective participants can submit their works of art, failure and middling successes at the IDNW website. The show is free of charge and open to all ages, surfer and gawker alike. For those not so in the know, it is a perfect moment to acquaint yourself with some of the best parts of surf culture and ask all the dumb questions about surfboard design that have been burning a hole in your mental pocket.