|Posted on March 24, 2013 at 10:50 AM||comments (0)|
April show Featuring Julie Luke from Tacoma
With a stellar line-up of very special guests from around the country
Jel Ena Los Angeles CA
Lea Barozzi Portland OR
Patricia Ariel Seattle WA
Amy Katherine Minchew Atlanta GA
Amber Michelle Russell Eau Claire WI
Jessica Ward Manistee MI
Kim Gordon San Francisco CA
our in house Featured artist Amy Weber will have new paintings in watercolor and oils to round out this fantastic showing!
Julie Luke is an emerging visionary artist based out of Tacoma, Washington. She creates whimsical spiritual paintings that evoke her ideals of being boundless and one with spirit. She uses bold patterning, and intense contrast to express her distinct works of art. Julie’s works have been exhibited in galleries and art venues throughout the Pacific Northwest, including a commission for the private gallery of the Dr.Martens U.S. Headquarters in Portland, Oregon.
Born on June 18, 1980 in Port Angeles, Washington, Julie was the eighth of nine children, and formal art culture was not accessible to her as a child. She began creating time based ecological art at the age of five years old and began to educate herself in painting when she was fifteen. Julie’s artistic beginning evolved from an innate means to express her distinctive voice amongst a repressive environment. Julie states that the world she would travel to while creating was pure and loving full of otherworldly expression and freedom. Her inherent talent to express and create was influenced by her father, who was a self taught blue collar artist; Julie’s father is still her favorite artist and key inspiration to date.
Julie never imagined her art would later bring her a life as a professional artist, but blissfully welcomes the many exciting and healing opportunities it brings. Julie is currently working on several bodies of art, including The re-calibration of light and dark 2012.
|Posted on March 22, 2013 at 12:35 AM||comments (0)|
April 6, 7-10
SATURDAY MORNING CARTOONS!!! Art Show
A Celebration of All Things Television We Loved as Kids
COMIC HERO UNIVERSITY
333 S State College
Come out and see some amazing work all about the TV shows we all grew up with!
Bring some spending money because there will be:
-affordable prints of much of the artwork
-vending, zines, merch, goodies
-delicious TV themed cupcakes and delicacies
-locally brewed beer by 1.21 Gigawatts!
-it will also be at a comic book shop, so that's obvious
***FREE LIVE DR. SKETCHY'S EVENT! We will have cartoon themed models posed for your drawing pleasure!
[ www.drsketchy.com educate yourself!]
***NO MORE KINGS will be performing, later in the evening!
[ www.nomorekings.com have yourself a listen!]
There will be several live painters for your enjoyment, making some really amazing stuff. You won't wanna miss this.
This is going to be an amazing night. Bring your friends out and have an awesome night with us!
|Posted on January 23, 2013 at 7:45 PM||comments (0)|
Something Wicked This Way Comes
Curated by Stephanie Chefas
Opens Saturday, February 23rd, 2013 7-10pm
To request an online preview, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday, February 23rd, Cella Gallery is delighted to present Something Wicked This Way Comes, a provocative group exhibition featuring multiple works from 10 innovative artists handpicked by Contemporary Art Curator, Stephanie Chefas.
A celebratory mix of the surreal and macabre, Something Wicked This Way Comes, delves the senses into ominous worlds and forsaken dreams. The exhibit is a composition of some of the most powerful contemporary artists whose inherent aesthetic is both visually rebellious and viscerally seductive. "Each artist was chosen based on their dark allure and ability to transform what naturally repels us into something utterly captivating," states Chefas. "By consistently pushing conventional norms, these artists are simultaneously challenging the viewer as well as themselves."
Through an assemblage of mixed media works, oil paintings, watercolor and graphite drawings, Something Wicked This Way Comes features the talent of Annie Owens, Christian Rex van Minnen, Christine Wu, Chrystal Chan, David Ball, Fulvio Di Piazza, Jana Brike, Jessica Ward, Judith Supine, and Michael Page. Expect to feel the hairs on your neck stand straight up; for something wicked this way comes.
Cella Gallery, 11135 Weddington Street, Suite 112, North Hollywood, CA
|Posted on January 18, 2013 at 11:50 PM||comments (0)|
"Tarts, Trollops & Tramps" Benefit art show
at Gallery TASTY in Seattle WA
Opening night: Friday, February 8, 2013
6:00pm until 10:00pm in PST
Opening Night Party for Tasty's 3rd Annual all Female Art Exhibition benefitting New Beginnings... in partnership with Bherd Studios, showcasing an all Female lineup of talent in "Southern Gothic" opening the same night 10 blocks north. http://www.bherdstudios.com/
Tarts, Trollops & Tramps is curated by Laurie McClave from Red Raven Gallery! Featuring herself and Amy Minchew, Jel Ena, Jen Porecca, Jessica Ward, Kelly Haigh, Kim Gordon, Lea Barozzi, Patricia Ariel and Redd Walitzki.
Proceeds from every art sale will go to New Beginnings to continue their work to end domestic violence. http://newbegin.org/
|Posted on November 18, 2012 at 9:40 PM||comments (0)|
Modern Eden Gallery Presents:
Inspirations from Poe's Raven
403 Francisco Street San Francisco, CA 94133
Opening night Saturday, December 15, 2012
6:00-10:00 pm in PDT
Show runs December 15th - Januray 6th 2013
Modern Eden Gallery is pleased to announce “Nevermore” a group show inspired by Poe’s “The Raven”. "The Raven" is often noted for its dark and supernatural atmosphere and has been inspiring artists since it’s first publication in 1845. It tells the tale of a talking raven's mysterious visit to a distraught lover, documenting the man's slow fall into madness. The lover, is lamenting the loss of his love, Lenore. Sitting on a bust of Pallas, the raven seems to perpetuate his distress with its constant repetition of the word "Nevermore".
For Nevermore, our artists are taking their own inspirations from the classic work and dissecting elements and themes from the work. From portraits of the mysterious Lenore, to the stone cold bust of Pallas, alongside portraits of the loquacious raven and even Edgar Allen Poe himself, the gallery walls will house works inspired by one of the most famous poems ever written.
Featuring works by Lara Dann, Jaclyn Alderete, Lacey Bryant, Layil Umbralux, Ashley Bell, Melissa Morgan, Kassie McMahon, Shawn Kawa, Aniela Sobieski, Lucy Hillenbrand, Cayetano G. Valenzuela, Michael Foley, Jeffrey Felker, Ransom & Mitchell, Sheri Jurnecka, Cory Benhatzel, Sherry DeLorme, Jessica Ward, Akira Beard, Derek Harrison, Timo Hanley, Patrushka, Joseph Kohls, Adam Rozan, Corey Urlacher, Brianna Angelakis, Craig LaRotonda, Leon Loucheur, Mary Syring, Edward Cao, Catherine Moore, Shannon Amidon, Daisy Church, James Marc, Alice Savage, Derrick Scocchera, and Debra J. Gardner Abarca.
The opening reception for "Nevermore” will be held at Modern Eden on Saturday, December 15th from 6-10pm. The exhibition will be on display through January 6, 2013 and is free and open to the public. Complimentary beverages will be served by Three Wishes Winery and Rolling Rock. There will be a live DJ set by DJ Brendan J. during the reception. Featured solo artist, Leilani Bustamante will be in attendance. Featured artists will be in attendance.
For more information, please contact Modern Eden: (415) 956-3303, Info@ModernEden.com
Press Contact: Kim Larson, Kim@ModernEden.com
More info here: http://www.moderneden.com/pages/nevermore
Ransom & Mitchell
Cayetano G. Valenzuela
Debra J. Gardner-Abarca
|Posted on September 28, 2012 at 10:25 PM||comments (0)|
Thou Art Catalog Series
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Art should never please or to fulfill a political purpose. Art is what it is, the self of the artist in its purest form, an idea rather from the heart than the mind, created with passion and shown without compromise.
Thou Art Catalog Series will feature at least one artist a month with the intent to show the work of internationally renowned but also work of lesser known, though talented and extraordinary artists. Therefore Thou Art tries to gather upcoming talents from all different branches of the contemporary art movement and show them to a broad spectrum of audience.
Please feel free to browse our collection and enjoy the growing number of talents from all over the world.
Features of Thou Art Catalog Series:
* Intro (by Adam Jones, Paul Booth, ...)
* Biography including an artist mug shot
* 30 and more high resolution artworks
* Extensive list of exhibitions and group shows
* Artist statement
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|Posted on September 28, 2012 at 9:05 PM||comments (0)|
"Moon Goddess Exhibition"
Modern Eden Gallery
403 Francisco Street San Francisco, CA 94133
Saturday, October 27, 2012
7:00pm in PDT
Curated by Aunia Kahn & Russell J. Moon, and hosted at the wonderful Modern Eden Gallery each artist brings their interpretation of a "Moon Goddess" to the walls of the gallery. Lighting your night with passion, celestial visions, and all encompassing creativity.
Having been photographed, painted, sculpted, costumed, and brought about in every medium to secure her mystical allure into eternity -- it is no wonder why we adore her presence. With this exhibition the artists have taken all her nature, and created artwork based on the "moon".
Carrie Ann Baade
Fang Ling Lee
|Posted on September 18, 2012 at 9:40 PM||comments (0)|
Where: Copro Gallery - Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Ave , Unit T5, Santa Monica , CA 90404
What: beinArt Surreal Art Collective exhibition "Anomalies"
Mark Garro "Atom's Eve"
Opening Reception, Saturday, October 13, 8:00 – 11:30 p.m.
Dates: Exhibit runs; October 13 – November 3, 2012
Contact: Copro Gallery
Christian V M Heather Nevay Jeff C. Dietmar Gross Mark Gleason
beinArt Surreal Art Collective exhibition "Anomalies"
"Anomalies" will be the third beinArt Collective group show at Copro Gallery, curated by Jon Beinart. The participating artists have been hand picked for their natural disposition towards the strange and deranged. This exhibition will showcase over 50 artists' interpretations of "Anomalies" and sideshow/carny culture. There will be paintings, drawings and sculptures of subjects that will deviate, distort and mystify. Human oddities, anatomical wonders, freaks, geeks & gaffs. Step right up and peek inside the beinArt Collective's cabinet of curiosities!
Participating artists include: Travis Louie, Esao Andrews, Chris Mars, David Stoupakis, Chet Zar, Christian Van Minnen, Scott Scheidly, Jessica Joslin, Turf One (Jean Labourdette), Naoto Hattori, Gregory Jacobsen, David Choquette, Brendan Danielson, Sandra Yagi, Tom Bagshaw, Pamela Wilson, Matt Martin, Scott G Brooks, Peter Gric, Dietmar Gross, Heidi Taillefer, John Brophy, Richard A Kirk, Mia Araujo, Santiago Caruso, Tom Kuebler, Karl Persson, Jana Brike, Beau White, Heather Nevay, Erik Thorsandberg, Jason Montinola, Stephanie Henderson, Jennybird Alcantara, Jessica Ward, Jeff Christensen, Macsorro, Matt Dangler, Leslie Ditto, Lee Roswell, Sarina Brewer, Jennifer Knaus, Tim French, Agostino Arrivabene, Caitlin Hackett, Cliff Wallace, Mark Elliott, Brian Smith, Hector Javier Ramirez, Larkin, Murielle Belin, Erik Alos & Mark Gleason.
The beinArt Collective was formed to increase public awareness of strange figurative art, in galleries, online and in print. Each artist has been selected for their ability to express themselves imaginatively with exceptional technique and uncompromising individuality. The beinArt Collective is testimony to a huge international movement of figurative artists who have resisted current trends in the art world and remained true to their artistic vision.
beinArt Collective: http://beinart.org
|Posted on August 31, 2012 at 11:40 PM||comments (0)|
September 29 (4PM-11PM) at VFW Post 305
Welcome back to another evening of the Chippewa Valley's one and only dark art showcasing! Doors open at 4PM, Close at 11PM. This is an 18+ event.
This years contributing artists:
Chet Zar: http://www.chetzar.com/
Karyn Crisis: http://KarynCrisis.net/
Jessica Ward: http://www.jessicawardart.net/
Vincent Castiglia: http://www.VincentCastigliaArt.com/
Patrick Deignan: http://artstar27.com/
Jed Leiknes: http://leiknesoils.com/
Matt Lombard: http://www.mattlombard.com/
Sofia Economopoulou: http://beinart.org/artists/sofia-e/gallery/digital/
Amber Michelle Russell: http://www.ambermichellerussell.com/
Matthew Wajek: http://www.aetherdesign.com/
Topper Anthony: http://www.apocalypticore.com/
Michelle Xcreative: http://www.MichelleX.com/
Please join us for Obscuritas 2012! We are honored to be able to showcase these amazing artists and we hope that you will come and feast your eyes on much thought provoking work.
|Posted on August 31, 2012 at 11:20 PM||comments (0)|
Splendor Device does: "Hell Hath No Fury"
Saturday, September 8th 2012
7:00pm - 10:00 pm
Rothick Art Haus
170 S. Harbor Blvd, Anaheim, California 92805
Debut art event by Splendor Device, a female artist collective. Live performances opening night, art from around the world, DJ Rita and Ziba of KUCI will be spinning. Raine Bell will be fire dancing and of course live painting by some of the girls of Splendor Device.