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NEW YORK — Like many big-city art galleries, Williamsburg, Brooklyn-based NURTUREart is on the lookout for new artists, as well as curators. The gallery, which is a nonprofit entity, was started in 1997 by George J. Robinson, a former high school teacher and art dealer. The gallery puts on lecture series and exhibitions, and also offers a unique free service that allows an artist to register his or her artwork with the gallery so that independent curators and interior designers can find art to suit their visions.

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“Our goals are aimed at the public,” Robinson said. “Curators need artists, artists need curators and the public needs both. It’s a symbiotic relationship between art and the public.”

For its 18th exhibition, running through Dec. 21 at the NURTUREart Gallery in Brooklyn, featured works range from found-object sculptures to photography, painting and collage. The 12 artists are Kristin Anderson, Sandra Bermudez, William Crow, Rebecca Hackemann, Deidre Hoguet, Stephanie Brody-Lederman, Patrick Meagher, Keiko Miyamori, Hyungsub Shin, Yuken Teruya, Marina Tserarskaya and Peter Walsh. For more information, go to

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