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I was selected to be in the March showcase at Arch Enemy Arts in Philadelphia. Here's a nice write up about the show by Beautiful Bizzare Magazine: https://beautifulbizarre.net/2015/03/05/march-showcase-arch-enemy-arts/
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Opening this Saturday at Cactus Gallery in Los Angeles California is "Loteria" I will have my El harpa (The Harp) drawing in the show.
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Saturday, November 8at 7:00pm - 10:00pm in PST
Phone Booth Gallery
2533 E Broadway, Long Beach, California 90803
White Matter and Phone Booth Gallery presents:
"Children of Rorschach"
Artwork inspired by the original inkblot psychology tests Rorschach created and used in his own practice.
Each artist was given one inkblot image from the 10 originals to use as inspiration for their own unique piece
|Posted on October 29, 2014 at 2:45 PM||comments (0)|
The Red Siren Artist Collective Presents:
"Gruss vom Krampus"
A group themed ONLINE art show inspired by the holiday devil the Krampus.
Coming December 5th 2014
Participating artists include:
Scott Holloway, Laurie McClave, Tammy Mae Moon, Fang Ling Lee, Emi Slade, Scott Kirschner, Thomas Dodd, Sheri DeBow, Jessica Ward, Julie Zarate, Michael Mararian, Christopher Umana, Terra Bidlespacher, Inge Vandormael, Sonya Fu, Braden Duncan, Kim Gordon, Italia Ruotolo
|Posted on August 7, 2014 at 9:10 PM||comments (0)|
"What the Moon Brings"
Curated by Jessica Ward and Laurie McClave
Art work inspired by H. P. Lovecraft
A Red Siren Artist Collective group show:
A group of international artists in all disciplines interpreting the mythos of the H. P. Lovecraft
Show runs through: September 6 - October 2
Opening: Sep 6 at 5:00pm to Oct 2 at 5:00pm in PDT
Red Raven Gallery 211 Taylor St Suite B2, Port Townsend, Washington 98368
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The Coaster Show, Our Annual L.A. Beer Week Tie-In Show
& Harold Fox “On the Fringe of the Mundane”
September 5 – 28, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, Sept. 5th, 8-11 PM
The Coaster Show 2014
"We’ve all done it. We’ve sat at the bar, drinking a beer and doodled on a coaster.
But most of us aren’t the extremely skilled painters, illustrators, animators, tattooists, sculptors or collage artists that are featured in this exhibition that takes a love of craft brewing and elevates it to high art.
The folks behind L.A. Beer Week produced a custom canvas for some of our favorite gallery folks to do what they do best, and transform a 4″ tondo coaster into museum worthy exhibition pieces.
Last year, we dotted our walls with over 700 tiny masterpieces, and this year we’re looking to outdo ourelves. The rules are simple: Each coaster must be a solitary work (though it’s fine if several pieces work together contextually), and they must be priced $250 or less. There is no bottom, so some coasters might even be free!
This isn’t just the same, old crop of folks you see in every group show across town. There are a lot of participants who we quite frankly can’t believe we got to participate. Maybe it’s because we kept the rules simple: We told them to do whatever they wanted. Whether you love beer or don’t, the art will blow your mind.
And just like last year, there will be some amazing beer here, too!"
Contact Matt Kennedy, Gallery Director for availability and purchase info: (323) 666-7667
|Posted on February 17, 2014 at 8:45 PM||comments (0)|
Exhibition dates: March 7 – 29, 2014
First Friday Reception: March 7, 2014 from 5 to 8PM
Matrix Fine Art
3812 Central Ave SE, Suite 100 A
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87108
An International Exhibition Showcasing Contemporary Surrealism Albuquerque artist Archer Dougherty curated this exhibition of contemporary surreal drawings and paintings. Dougherty had the artists explore the meaning of the word penumbra using a greyscale palette. A ‘penumbra‘ is the ghostly halo of shadow that surrounds a region of complete darkness. The images in this exhibition are refined and delicate, yet bordering on the grotesque and frightening elements of human, animal, and spiritual realms. The artwork in PENUMBRA brings together classical portraiture, chiaroscuro, and contemporary surrealism that represent the artists’ innate spiritual, emotional, and intellectual forces.
Twenty-five international artists, ranging from Europe to the United States to Indonesia, are coming together to present their ideas relating to shadows, darkness, and everything in between. Artist List:
Stefano Alcantara – US
Felideus Bubastis – Spain
Laurie Lee Brom – US
Carlos Burgos – England
Stephen Cefalo – US
Damien Chavez – US
Craww – England
Rory Coyne – US
Bastien Lecouffe Deharme – France
Brian Despain – Guam
Archer Dougherty – US
Jel Ena – US
Aaron Jasinski – US
Aunia Kahn – USChristopher de Leon – US
Travis Lewis – US
Tom Mead – England
Jim McKenzie – US
Scott Musgrove – US
Angel Perez – US
Jason Snyder – US
Dika Toolkit – Indonesia
Olivier Villoingt – France
Leonardo Villasenor – US
Jessica Ward – US
John Wentz – US
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Featuring: Leilani Bustamante, MANDEM, Laura Buss, JOEMUR, Catherine Moore, Ransom & Mitchell, Jeremy Wilson, Lacey Bryant, Brenton Bostwick, Yvette Endrijautzki, Derrick Scocchera, Jon Weiss, Wesley T. Wright, Jessica Ward, Jenifer J. Renzel, Jaclyn Alderete, David Richardson, Michael Cuffe, Lara Dann, EC Steiner, Terry Ribera, Benjamin A. Vierling, Ronnie Ray Mendez, J.A.W. Cooper , Caitlin McCormack, Tim Lane, Lindsey Millikan, Corey Urlacher, 100Taur, Christopher Burch, Marie-Eve Proteau, Ryan Gannon, Erica Calardo, Akira Beard, Jessica L.L Dalva, Avery Palmer, and Matthew Robertson
The opening reception will be held at Modern Eden Gallery on Saturday, March 8th from 6-10pm. Select featured group show artists will be in attendance at the reception. The exhibition will be on display through March 22, 2014 and is free and open to the public.
|Posted on January 30, 2014 at 3:45 PM||comments (0)|
I will have two pieces available in the "Simple Treasures" show at Alexi Era Gallery this February 2014. Small and affordable art is the theme that coincides with the "Mass Culture MCMXX" a group show that focuses on 1920's inspired works.
Opening Reception: Feb 1, 2014 7-10PM
Show Runs: Feb 1, 2014 - March 31, 2014
Where: Alexi Era Gallery 1426 Washington Ave. Saint Louis, MO. 63103