11-11 Synchronicity: LeCrue Eyebrows and Konstance Patton Art Show

Posted on: October 28th, 2021 at 5:13 am by

Photo: Nathalie Levey

Boogie Fam! Street art time! LeCrue Eyebrows and Konstance Patton’s art now adorn the walls and halls of One Art Space, as of yesterday. LeCrue Eyebrows (tune in if you want to know what his name means) was featured on our Bowery Boogie Uncapped Podcast. We haven’t had the pleasure of seeing Konstance Patton’s work in person, but that changes this week.

Fresh out the Press Bag:

Third Rail Art is pleased to present 11-11 Synchronicity a joint exhibition of canvas and sculptural works by acclaimed contemporary street artists LeCrue Eyebrows and Konstance Patton, on view from October 27th through October 31st at Tribeca based One Art Space. The show serves as the ultimate culmination of an eventful past year and a half for both artists, whose tireless work and creative breakthroughs resulted in their most ambitious and inspired artistic pursuits yet. The exhibition title, 11-11 Synchronicity, alludes to a strong connection between two individuals, though they may be seemingly different upon first glance. Within the tenets of numerology, “1” is considered a powerful number for manifestation while the repeated presence of “11” is an especially auspicious sign or two artists are synchronized by intention; to “beautify the streets” and usher positive energy into existence through fearless creative expression that enriches the community and speaks to a greater purpose.

Another week another show! Kind of feels like things are back to normal, but also to remind you that everything has changed; you should probably bring your vaccination card if you plan on attending. Check out some of their art below (Konstance in color, LeCrue in black and white).

One Art Space is located at 23 Warren Street. Peace.

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