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I’ve been a little absent from the blog lately. Now that the Holidays are over things can get back to normal around here. I have been actively pursuing gallery space for a group show I am co-curating for upcoming April. We’ve been planning this show for a little over a month now, finally things seem to be falling into place.
Recently I did work for a show hosted by Company Policy Apparel at the Studio:Christensen Gallery. As you can see by the flier above I’m a bit late on the posting. I thought I lost the few pictures I had, but guess what–I didn’t! So here they are.
A quick glimpse of the crowd that came out. The reception was well attended, I got
Last week was a little busy. I hung work in two different shows with openings on the same night. The above piece is in a group show at The Soapbox (in Philly), it’s influenced by change, ‘the good/bad & questionable’ kinds of change we experience. Photo credit to Ms. Stephanie Ricci, whom also had these really awesome light boxes made for the show.
As for the show itself there was a nice turn out, I’d show more pic’s but I don’t have any, sorry. My bad. Other artists were Stephen Aleckna, Astrid Bucio, Rebecca Deorocki, Elizabeth Doherty, Adam Fergurson, Carissa Hudson, Kaitlin Kerr, Betty Lertdarapong, Matthew Malesky, Caitlin McCormack, Casey Murphy, Matthew Phillips, Joe Pillari, April Read, Stephanie Ricci, Justin Rubich, Emi Savacool, Mike Sgier, Alexander Stanton, Steve Streisguth, Mallory Weston, and Anni Wilson. You can check out The Soapbox’s page for images of their work.
I do, however, have photo’s from the show at Studio:Christensen. Those will be up soon.
It took awhile but the design I did has been printed for the coffee shop. I’m not sure where they went to have to work done, I was told someplace in New Jersey. I recommended a few places in Philly like Awesome Dudes and Fireball, but I guess I wasn’t enough of an influence. Anyway, they’re done and look pretty good. Who could complain about that?
This is a design for a coffee place that, for right now, will go unnamed. Anyhow the work shirt design incorporates the cross streets here in Philadelphia if you’re really curious. Hopefully they’ll be printed up soon so I can share with you the final product. Cheers!
Hung this at Paradigm Gallery for the Whoa 3-D Show held there last Friday. It was a nice First Friday event, thanks to all that came out. The turn-out was great and there were some faces in the crowd I haven’t seen for a while. Also, having Jukebox the Ghost play a set was fantastic.
The concept was a quick, trippy drawing of two skulls. I referenced grizzly bears for the drawing sort of by accident; I really wanted draw a snow leopard to no avail. If you haven’t stopped by Paradigm yet, you really should. It is a great space, maybe give them a call sometime and stop by.