Crazy 4 Cult New York!

by ncwinters on August 8, 2012

It’s back!

Yes, it’s that time again, to get Crazy 4 Cult, the annual cultural art phenomenon put on by Gallery 1988 that celebrates cult movies, interpreted through the eyes of a bunch of awesome artists. This year is extra special, as the show will debut as a pop-up gallery in New York City, and it opens tomorrow night! I am proud to be a part of this amazing show, and couldn’t help but tackle Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining for my contribution, Descent Into Madness:

Descent Into Madness
Acrylic ink on paper, mounted to wood panel and resined.
13.25″ x 14.25″ (2012)

I put a ton of detail into this piece, and still was able to have a lot of fun as well. And yes, what better way to portray the madness of Jack Torrance than by hand-writing out the iconic “All work no play” phrase a million times in the background. OK, maybe not a million times, but you get the idea. Here are some detail views:

The show promises to be amazing, I’m sad I can’t make it out to my old stomping grounds in New York City. Here’s a little more info from the gallery:

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Our annual cult movie art show, Crazy 4 Cult, opens in New York this Thursday, August 9th! For the first time in 8 years, Gallery1988 will hold an exhibition in New York at a pop-up gallery for one month.  The opening reception will take place this Thursday, August 9th from 6-9pm, and will run through September 1st.  Don’t miss this very special occasion, which is also turing out to be the strongest Crazy 4 Cult ever, featuring over 200 artists!!
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The show opens this Thursday at 6PM. Here’s all the pertinent show info, enjoy!

*NCW*

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TS September 6, 2012 at 3:12 am

Will this beauty ever get a print release, or will I forever be subjected to looking at it through a screen?

N.C. September 6, 2012 at 5:26 pm

Might release it as a print at some point, still gauging interest. Stay tuned!

P.N. October 19, 2014 at 7:47 am

I know its over 2 years later but I would love a print of this. Any way of making that happen?

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