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About the Gallery

A passion for Art and hospitality percolates at The Brooklyn House Gallery.  Located in the historical Hennessey – McHale Block mill. The gallery has almost 3,500 square feet of exhibition space and features four floors of unique works of art. The Gallery offers opportunities for Artists, patrons, and the viewing public to come together through private showings and public exhibitions.

An eclectic and intimate venue, The Brooklyn House Gallery, offers original art work at affordable prices.

209 Douglas Avenue, Providence, RI, 02903


August Press Release

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Work on display through August 31, 2019

Helen Roy "Celebration of Color, Acrylic and Oil on Canvas and Wood"

An artist and educator living in Westerly, Rhode Island; Helen considers herself fortunate to have had the opportunity to fall in love with painting after 30 years as a Learning Specialist. She recognizes that the first reaction to visual art is what is seen, but believes the most important response is how a painting makes the viewer feel. Roy's mediums are acrylic or oil. Some of her work consists of clean lines and geometric shapes, while other pieces are abstract seascapes or non-representational. The artist tries to challenge expectations and perceptions by using balance, color, shapes, lines and a palette knife to encourage both movement and capture emotion.

Suzanne Housley-Noonan "Painted Threads, Textiles & Embroidery Fine Art"

Suzanne uses paint and a needle to recreate the sublime beauty of our natural environment. She utilizes the movement between sewing and painting to create a balance between paint and threads. With photos and sketches being the starting point for each creation, Suzanne includes all kinds of hand and machine stitches and often some elements of other fiber techniques such as dyeing, fusing, beading, and cut and slashing the fabric. Suzanne studied textile design at RISD and is a member of several art and fabric associations.