Following our first two annual exhibitions in San Diego and Los Angeles, the PRISMA collective will embark on its 3rd year tour, moving up the West Coast to land at Spoke Art’s San Francisco gallery on February 7th. For those who are not familiar, PRISMA is an artist collective founded by Kaspian Shore in 2011 that brings together an eclectic group of renowned creatives from all around the globe — the United States, Canada, Australia, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, Ukraine, and Taiwan. Please visit the official website at www.PRISMAcollective.com to view all of the seriously amazing artists that are a part of this group.
Those who are familiar with my work know that music is a big part of my soul but it’s been a while since I’ve actually named one of my pieces after a song I love (the last was for a painting in my 3 Circles Series called A Song to Keep Us Warm after Radiohead’s song of the same name). Wanting big, colorful and majestic mountains to play a major role in my newest piece, I couldn’t help but think of Björk’s song Hyperballad as I painted. Just check out the opening lyrics…
See what I mean?
So without further ado, here’s my newest piece, Hyperballad…
The most exciting news is that not only will this show be an incredible collection of artwork but PRISMA has created it’s FIRST OFFICIAL PUBLICATION – the PRISMA book – which will be released exclusively and in a First Limited Edition run at Spoke Art on February 7th. Not only is the PRISMA book a vast collection of artwork but it includes insight into all of our personal careers including biographies and fun Q+A’s.
You definitely want this.
So if you’re in the area, check out PRISMA’s 3rd Annual Show at Spoke Art opening February 7th (exhibiting through February 28th) and pick up a copy of the book before it sells out!Leave a Comment