This will be a great show! Hope to see you all there.
What better way to celebrate the woman that made you, than to make a painting of her that she’ll probably disapprove of?
The Zepf Alt Gallery has abducted the Wonka Gallery for this twice in a life time show. Bring your red shirts and set those phasers to stun.
Art Fist Collective proudly presents: My Little Art Show, a benefit to help the Save Our Heritage Organisation’s efforts to save downtown’s Caliente racetrack mural showcasing original My Little Pony art by:
Dan Allen, Bret Barrett, Sean Brannan, Zac Buddenberg, Randy Conner, Mauricio Couturier, Bd Dombrowsky, Jason Gould, Sarah Holbach, Pamela Jaeger, Heather Johnson, Kittyton, Bobbi Koller, Colin Mangold, Chris Martino, Gary McIntire, Monty Montgomery, Miguel Ortiz, Requiem, Mark Richmond, Brandon Roth, Pablo Stanley, Jona Téllez-Girón, Toygami, Eren Verdiguel & Eric Wixon.
Show will feature both authentic My Little Ponies (including some rare collector pieces) and bootleg ponies known as “fakies.” Sales will help SOHO pay for an independent historic report to determine the mural’s historic significance. Here’s mine—–>Called Money Pony
Here’s a preview of what I’m bringing—–> titled the “Unhappy Couple”
Hungry Ghosts abound.
This is the painting that was chosen for OMA’s Memento Mori show. I went to the opening day to check out the rest of the work and it’s amazing! Truly one of the best shows I’ve been apart of. Hope Ya’ll will join me at the artists reception on Oct. 28th
Remember Your Mortality
October 15 – 30, 2011
The Groves Gallery
704 Pier View Way
Oceanside, CA 92054
Meet some of the artists in the
exhibition at Art After
Friday, October 28, 2011, 7:00 – 10:00 p.m.
$20 OMA members
OMA welcomes guests 21+, ID require
Throughout history artists have used symbols such as skulls, decaying flowers and
clocks to reference death and the fleeting nature of earthly life. This juried exhibition
explores concepts surrounding mortality, life, renewal, inner darkness, and cultural
and historical understandings of death. Organized in conjunction with Art After Dark
Death on October 28, this special two-week exhibition is a visual complement to its
dark tableaux of programming. Memento Mori is a Latin phrase that translates to
“remember your mortality,” and was intended to inspire artists to meditate on their
understanding of death and what becomes of us all.
OMA had an amazing response to the Memento Mori call to artists. Out of 275 works
submitted, 33 pieces were selected by 29 different artists. Participating artists include
Dan Allen, Fernando Apodaca, Sue Averell, Mike Calaway-Fagen, Shay Davis, Arnaud
De Valoise, Angela Driessen-Kosta, Peter Fay, Patricia Franklin, Arie Galles, Robert
Glick, David Gough, Jim Hornung, Ruth Jameson, David Lozeau, Andrew Marino,
Elizabeth Mead, George Papciak, Robert Pendleton, Paula Riddle, Jiela Rufeh, Denise
Sarram, Scott Saw, Greg Smirnov, Heidi Tailefer, Emma Webster, Aron Wiesenfeld,
Eric Wixon, and Walter Wojtyla.
Save the Date
Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011
6:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m.
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