Posts tagged "Gallery Hop"

Holiday Hop 2010: Happy Anniversary Forever by Clare Fox, at ROY G BIV’s Holiday Small Works show.

Holiday Hop 2010: Happy Anniversary Forever by Clare Fox, at ROY G BIV’s Holiday Small Works show.


Holiday Hop 2010: It is Called Stereopis by Jeremy Stone, at ROY G BIV's Holiday Small Works show

Holiday Hop 2010: It is Called Stereopis by Jeremy Stone, at ROY G BIV's Holiday Small Works show


Holiday Hop 2010: Untitled photo by Katelyn Cody, at Sean Christopher Gallery.

Holiday Hop 2010: Untitled photo by Katelyn Cody, at Sean Christopher Gallery.


Holiday Hop 2010: True Color Series - Boy by Christian Faur, at Sherrie Gallerie. Made of over 2000 hand-cast crayons. Sherrie will be hosting a full show of Christian’s amazing works in April.

Holiday Hop 2010: True Color Series - Boy by Christian Faur, at Sherrie Gallerie. Made of over 2000 hand-cast crayons. Sherrie will be hosting a full show of Christian’s amazing works in April.


When Rivet's Scott Kuenzli introduced Bob and I to Scott Campbell during November Gallery Hop at the reception for his solo show, Scott C. doodled a little Mark Mothersbaugh on the print we purchased of his Devo/Space Invaders mash-up and mentioned a blog he’d recently started about great movie showdowns. I’ve yet to fulfill my promise to send him some suggestions, but I did get to check out the blog, and it’s a big treat for movie and lowbrow art lovers. Here’s his most recent post, inspired by Beetlejuice (caption below); the archive has some really fun and unexpected pairings, like the Chief and the sink from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Spinal Tap and a tiny Stonehenge statue, and Super Size Me's Morgan Spurlock vs. an Extra Value Meal.
Scott C.’s work is also available for gifting. Check with Rivet on original works, or read this blogspot post from Scott on other options online, including a 5-print set of “Showdowns” - but act fast to make the shipping deadlines.
scottlava:

“THAT is why I won’t do two shows a night anymore, I won’t.”

When Rivet's Scott Kuenzli introduced Bob and I to Scott Campbell during November Gallery Hop at the reception for his solo show, Scott C. doodled a little Mark Mothersbaugh on the print we purchased of his Devo/Space Invaders mash-up and mentioned a blog he’d recently started about great movie showdowns. I’ve yet to fulfill my promise to send him some suggestions, but I did get to check out the blog, and it’s a big treat for movie and lowbrow art lovers. Here’s his most recent post, inspired by Beetlejuice (caption below); the archive has some really fun and unexpected pairings, like the Chief and the sink from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Spinal Tap and a tiny Stonehenge statue, and Super Size Me's Morgan Spurlock vs. an Extra Value Meal.

Scott C.’s work is also available for gifting. Check with Rivet on original works, or read this blogspot post from Scott on other options online, including a 5-print set of “Showdowns” - but act fast to make the shipping deadlines.

scottlava:

“THAT is why I won’t do two shows a night anymore, I won’t.”


February Gallery Hop: Large 3D photo collage by Tony Shumski. A couple of his impressive pieces are currently on view in a great show at ROY G BIV with giant, gorgeous paintings by Benjamin Duke, depicting untroubled people in a 360 view of society as a chaotic maelstrom. An artists’ talk is happening at the gallery on Feb. 26 at 2:30 p.m.

February Gallery Hop: Large 3D photo collage by Tony Shumski. A couple of his impressive pieces are currently on view in a great show at ROY G BIV with giant, gorgeous paintings by Benjamin Duke, depicting untroubled people in a 360 view of society as a chaotic maelstrom. An artists’ talk is happening at the gallery on Feb. 26 at 2:30 p.m.


February Gallery Hop: “Rights of Spring” intaglio print by Craig Fisher, part of the Evolved show at Lindsay Gallery this month. I’ll have more on that in Thursday’s Alive.

February Gallery Hop: “Rights of Spring” intaglio print by Craig Fisher, part of the Evolved show at Lindsay Gallery this month. I’ll have more on that in Thursday’s Alive.


Antipathy by Janet Macpherson, on view through March 26 at ROY G BIV Gallery.

Antipathy by Janet Macpherson, on view through March 26 at ROY G BIV Gallery.


Trepanned Fox and Trephination Blade by Zephyr Potrafka (actually, it’s a brake shoe - that’s part of what Zephyr does). On view through March 26 at ROY G BIV Gallery.

Trepanned Fox and Trephination Blade by Zephyr Potrafka (actually, it’s a brake shoe - that’s part of what Zephyr does). On view through March 26 at ROY G BIV Gallery.


Sydney by Katie Barron, part of CCAD’s 14th Annual Art of Illustration show at Rivet Gallery through March 25.

Sydney by Katie Barron, part of CCAD’s 14th Annual Art of Illustration show at Rivet Gallery through March 25.