92 St Nicholas Ave, Brooklyn NY 11237
schema : from the Greek “σχήμα” (skhēma); shape, plan, model.
E H. Gombrich’s general term for all the myriad protocols of line, whose mastery constituted the backbone of the western artists visual education.
Schema Projects is the first Bushwick gallery dedicated exclusively to works of art on paper. Housed in a former barbershop storefront, it is the brainchild of New York artist Mary Judge, well known for her dedication to all forms of drawing, both as a studio artist and educator.
Schema Projects will feature exhibitions of works on paper, such as, but not limited to drawings, prints, sketchbooks, artists books, limited editions, models and diagrams and things not considered painting or sculpture, in all disciplines. Solo and group shows highlight local, national and international artists. In addition to serving the local creative community of Brooklyn artists it is one of our missions to highlight works by under known or deceased artists of merit. Schema Projects hosts events of interest to the artist and gallery going community throughout the season, such as our Annual Paper Swap, as well as talks and tours. The gallery maintains a flat file that extends the gallery holdings and is open to the viewing public.
Private viewing of the exhibitions and flatfiles can be arranged by contacting Mary Judge at: firstname.lastname@example.org