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Artist Carol Salmonson’s light installation is on display through Dec. 19 as part of Safe-T-Gallery’s "Surroundings" show in Williamsburg. The installation, "Luminous Layers 2" (detail, pictured left), combines light-emitting diodes, electronic-ballast T4 florescent lights, stainless and galvanized steel, acrylic prism rods and electronic components "to create an environment of pulsating color," the artist told GO Brooklyn.

She recently installed her works in the elevators of 55 Washington St. in DUMBO as part of the Art Under the Bridge festival.

Also on display at the gallery are Susan Hamburger’s trompe l’oeil dinnerware sets. Her ink-on-watercolor paper works are mounted on foam core and cut out . While the borders are based on 18th-century Spode porcelain designs, her landscapes depict the Williamsburg Bridge and other landmarks.

Safe-T-Gallery is located at 134 Bayard St. between Manhattan and Graham avenues on the border of Williamsburg and Greenpoint. "Surroundings" hours are Friday and Saturday, from 1 pm to 6 pm, and Sunday, from 1 pm to 3 pm, and by appointment. For more information, call (718) 782-5920.

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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