A group exhibition of eleven artists working with glass, ceramics, metals, textiles, and wood. This exhibition is a reflection on how these selected 1241 artists take a conscious approach to build a community, collaborate with charities, or address issues in today’s Contemporary culture.
“B Nice B Cause” | B Hine Liberty Bell trophy’s | A tribute to the nice people of Philadelphia
Participating Artists: Alice Austin Alyse C. Bernstein Leila Cartier Melissa Crotty Kay Healy Brooke Hine Anne Koszalka Pam Lethbridge Jim Loewer Louise Pezzi Kristin Schattenfield-Rein
1241 Carpenter Street Studios is participating in POST on Sunday, October 14 from 12-6 PM.
Visit our building and view over 20 studios and amazing art produced at 1241. (South Philadelphia)
1241 Carpenter Street Studios
My artwork will also be on view during POST @ Mt. Airy Contemporary on Sunday, October 7 from 12-6PM.
Three person exhibition @ Mt. Airy Contemporary | MAC
Curated by: Andrea Wohl Keefe | Colin Keefe
Reception: September 29, 6PM
POST: Sunday, October 7, 12-6PM
Gregory Brellochs | Jenna Hannum | Brooke Hine
Exhibition @ MAC
Detail of the artwork
Brooke Hine & Gregory Brellochs “Visions of Biophilia” artists (Jenna Hannum not pictured)
Tonight is the opening for Art of Tröegs at the famous Tröegs Independent Brewery in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Go see my artwork that’s on view for another year.
In the beginning of 2018, I adopted a rescue dog named Mumbai from the wonderful Street Tails Animal Rescue. I really had no idea what the future would hold. Unfortunately, many dogs with behavioral issues are either abused or sent back to shelters because people don’t know how to correct a dogs negative reaction to inside and outside triggers with positive reinforcement. Thankfully my vet, Dr. Cohn from Fishtown Animal Hospital, assured me that whatever Mumbai was going through could and would change if I made the correct training decisions. I didn’t believe her at the time. I had my doubts and knew it would take a ton of patience and dedication to train him. I Googled, “How to train a Terrier?” The first thing that popped up was “Terror Terrier!”. I cried. But I couldn’t and wouldn’t give up. Although, the constant whining, barking, and sometimes biting made me feel worried, sleepless, and insane. My Mother would call and hear everything in the background. She’d say, “Are you sure this was a good decision?!” I definitely doubted myself. Especially since my neighbors could hear him bark. I really didn’t think apology cards and bottles of wine was enough for them. But really….when somebody has a baby and it’s constantly crying do people ask them if it was a good decision? Do the parents who live above me with the crying kid that hammers the floor care about the person living below them? Na. I compare myself with breeders(not dog breeders) only because I’m 40 years old and never felt like I needed to marry and have kids. I love kids, don’t get me wrong! I have amazing nieces and nephews. And many of my friends have fabulous kids. But what I’m REALLY hinting at is….where was my “new dog” shower? That would’ve been nice. (Laughing)
For five months I tried an Adaptil collar, Adaptil plug-ins, NutriCalm pills, calming soft chews, Rescue Remedy, Pet Calm, a Thundershirt, CBD oil, and Mumbai had a professional dog trainer from Philly Unleashed. Her name was Kelsey, and she did a fabulous job helping us understand clicker training. My friends who walk ACCT dogs, Millie and Anne(also ceramicists), gave me a ton of emotional support and training hints. It was nice knowing that friends understood what I was going through, and they tried to put me at ease reassuring things would change for the better. I also had friends come over and practice knocking on the door so he would welcome them in a calm manner. He still has his moments, but the daily dose of CBD oil, time, and socializing with many walks has helped with his anxiety. Now I look at that adorable face and have already forgotten how horrible his behavior was(Not really). And I’m writing about this because I lost many days and evenings in the art studio. For reasons that were truly worth it. In addition to my ceramic sculpture, my goal for the future is to start training dogs with or without behavioral problems. I’ve learned so much and I want to continue training other dogs and their owners. I love all animals and have always had them in my life. They complete me.
I’m making new work for POST Open Studio Tours at 1241 Carpenter Street Studios. So stay tuned!
It’s that time again! Come and visit 1241 Carpenter Street Studios. I moved into a new studio and will have a ton of work for sale during the Holiday season. Liberty Bells, grater plates, jewelry, ornaments, mugs, and decaled functional wares! The second floor with have over 20 artists selling handmade pieces.
December 9, 2017, from 11- 6pm
If you can’t make it I’ll post artwork for sale on Instagram here: BHiney or on Etsy here: Brooke Hine : Etsy
On October, Friday the 13th, a group of passionate and driven artists worked together to raise over 2,000 dollars for Puerto Rico. The event was held at the Philadelphia famous, “Sam’s Morning Glory Diner“, in South Philadelphia. The event was organized and hosted by the street artist known as, Philly Dragonaut. You can find his page on Instagram for any unsold artwork that was for sale in the silent auction.
Brooke Hine screen-prints