My studio/storefront at 285 5th Ave, Park Slope, Brooklyn is the only place in the world where my artwork is always available. I have a sign in my window that states, "I'm open by appointment and by luck" which basically means I'm open to the public when I'm in my studio.

I still sell my work at art festivals and street fairs at a variety of locations throughout the year. And since the Whitney Museum opened up in the Meatpacking district, I occasionally (and it's usually a spontaneous decision) take my work and sell right there on the sidewalk. My spot is usually on Washington St. around Little W 12th St. Follow me on Twitter if you want to know "where I am right now" which is also connected and displayed on my home page.

On my home page, you can also sign up for my email updates which will give you deeper insights into what I'm creating and will let you know about my upcoming shows. I only send about 4 mass emails a year so you don't have to worry about being inundated with tons of emails from me.

If you're in New York City, ideally you will visit my studio/storefront/shop. If you would like to see where the magic happens and check out everything I currently have available, I recommend making an appointment for a studio visit. My studio/storefront/shop on Park Slope's 5th Ave is a small space but it's where I've been making art for the last 16 years. And my location has gone from a sketchy neighborhood to one of the most happening streets in Brooklyn.

I do my best to have storefront hours on the weekends so please call or text me for my hours: (917) 855-6564. Every weekend is different. I also can be available on weekday nights.

Friends Make Flowers
"Friends Make Flowers", collaborated with artist Sean Qualls, collage, monoprints, paint on wood, 36" x 24". 2016

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Storefront Studio address:
285 5th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11215
(Between 1st & 2nd Streets in Park Slope - map)
(718) 499-0199

Jonathan Blum's storefront is always open by appointment and by luck. Please call or e-mail to make a studio appointment or for information about commissions.

The Last Circus Elephant
"The Last Circus Elephant", oil on monoprint collage, 17" x 52". 2016

This is a two-minute video of me the Brooklyn Museum released in November 2012.

Portrait of my Father
In memory of my beloved father, Elliot Blum; (1937-2016) monoprint collage, 1991

Hand Colored Prints

ostrich print silkscreen print - delusional dog

There are two images using this technique; an ostrich and a dog. After I print each silkscreen, I hand painted them which gives each one a completely different look. And they're only $100.

Left: Ostrich with an Olive Trying to Impress New York City hand-colored print 12"X15", $100; Delusional Dog Trying to Impress New York City hand- colored print 12"X15"), $100.


Limited Edition Prints

king and queen at the brooklyn bridge by jonathan blum delusional ostrich couple arriving in nyc by jonathan blum

Limited Edition Prints are offered in small, limited quantities on high-quality, archival paper using archival ink. I have ten different images available, in various sizes. See them all.

Above left: King and Queen at the Brooklyn Bridge, limited edition print available in two sizes. Right: Delusional Ostrich Couple Arriving in NYC




Realistic and fictitious portraits, including rabbis, dogs, cats, and other animal paintings and monoprints

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