We would like to thank everyone who came out to Halley Zien’s opening last Thursday at Goose Barnacle. It was truly a spectacular evening filled with friends, family and Halley’s beautiful work. Special thanks to our friends at Brooklyn Gin for providing delicious cocktails and my UCA for being the best. For those of you who could not join us, we made a short video to remember the night. Enjoy!
Seems like old man winter is playing hide & seek with us, however spring is in full swing at Goose Barnacle. Multicoloured cotton ‘Panda’ sweater from Henrik Vibskov featuring a black round neck, long sleeves with black cuffs, a Bauhaus knit print and a straight black hemline. Two coloured slim fitting Lobster Lemon jacket from Études over our Tower of Hercules Goose Barnacle tee. Études jacket features four zip front pockets, two drawstrings, and a collar with retractable hood. 100% … Read More
For our eighth exhibition, Goose Barnacle welcomes New York City native Halley Zien. Halley’s work reflects the visceral mental drama of everyday life and everyday places, revealing an expressive universe concealed just below the surface. Her work searches for truth in what it is to be human in a super idealized world and her subjects unleash everything they are feeling internally outward. Magazines have become her source of inspiration towards unlocking these worlds. Halley’s creative process consists of building and … Read More
Brand new in the store and straight from England, we just received Crombie pea coats. A luxurious interpretation from one of the oldest outerwear brands in Great Britain, this coat would serve as a welcome and timeless addition to any man’s wardrobe. The outer is 100% wool, milled in Italy and crafted with a unique attention to details, and lined in a micro quilting for ultimate warmth. Stop by and try on one of the most special pieces at Goose … Read More
For our seventh exhibition, Goose Barnacle welcomes our good friend and talented artist John Whitlock. Born and raised in downtown Brooklyn, John’s work relfects the cacophony of influences that seep into the life of an artist living in New York. Through the use of simple geometric shapes that he places in conversation with complex formalist compositions, he brings a newfound perception of everyday imagery. Working primarily in collage and assemblage, John’s work draws inspiration from Dada, abstract expressionism and Cubism, as … Read More