Art at the Gas Depot

Alexander George McCue, William Quigley, and Ben Moon at the opening on Friday Durell Godfrey Photos

Anyone traveling by the Schenck gas depot on Newtown Lane on Friday may have thought they were in Williamsburg for a moment as William Quigley, Ben Moon, and Alexander George McCue brought a very Brooklyn vibe to their “Mash-Up Society,” an art show and party held in Mr. Quigley’s studio space in a garage on the property. 

The three artists showed paintings and prints as well as more unusual pieces, including a Rolls Royce painted by Mr. Moon with black and white designs. The car will be auctioned at the end of the summer to benefit Soldier Ride along with other items created by the artists.

The fuzzy boys, from left: Alex Goebel, Devlin Webb, Matt Orlando, Steven Clark, and Chris Clark
The party took place in a working studio.
The converted garage
Ben Moon with the 1985 Rolls Royce he painted
Guests gathering by the gas tanks
Detail from a work on view
The crowd inside
Alexander George McCue stood by his paintings at the party.