New show! New art! New year!
I’m pleased to show with my fellow PRISMA Collective compatriots at WWA Gallery in Culver City. The show opens at 7PM this Saturday, February 15, and I’ll be in attendance, along with several of the artists in the show. I’m continually honored and delighted to be able to show with such an amazing group of fellow artists. I’ve already seen some of the pieces, and the show promises to be amazing. Be sure to check it out if you’re in the area. See you at the show!
Take to the Skies
Acrylic on paper, mounted to wood panel, resined.
12″ x 13″ x 1.75″ (2014)
I’m honored to be in the lineup of an upcoming tarot themed art show.
“Tarot Under Oath” features the talents of 22 artists to each take his/her interpretation of one of the tarot major arcana cards for a unique gallery show experience. The lineup of art talent is phenomenal, and it’s a huge honor to be included with my fellow artists for this show. More information can be found on the tarotunderoath.com website. The show is at Last Rites Gallery in New York City and opens January 25, 2013. Full details in the flyer below.
The artists had free reign to interpret as he/she wished, with light direction to keep to the original meaning/interpretation of each card, as the cards would later be available in a functional deck. I had the “Sun” card, which was fun to take my interpretation and tackle the fun challenge of painting rich flowing flame. The show opens this Saturday in New York, and I will be unable to attend, unfortunately. If you are in the area, try and make the show, as I know many of the artists will be there in attendance. Enjoy!
Acrylic & liquid acrylic ink on paper, mounted to wood panel and resined.
12″ x 18″ x 1.75″ (2014)
I’m extremely honored to be involved with an amazing group of artists for a new gallery show.
Curated by fantastic artist and nice guy Rodrigo Luff, The Moleskine Project #3 at Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco is the third show featuring work by artists in moleskine sketchbooks. Several amazing artists were each given a (or a few) moleskine sketchbooks to do their creative stuff. The books were then mounted and framed for display in the gallery show which opens tonight. Check out the amazing collection of the previous moleskine show works here. If I lived closer, I wouldn’t miss this show for anything, but alas, San Francisco is a little too far at the moment. If you’re in the neighborhood, or even a few dozen miles away, it’s worth the trip. Enjoy the show!
Dreamscape in E Minor
Ink, collage, acrylic on moleskine sketchbook, varnished. Mounted and framed.
10.25″ x 8.25″ (2013)
Please direct all purchase inquiries to Spoke Art.
*Update: already SOLD!
Full show details.