I’m incredibly honored to be taking part in the third annual Moleskine Project, curated by PRISMA Artist Collective’s Rod Luff and Spoke Art director Ken Harman. This year there will be 70 international artists filling the gallery with framed Moleskine sketchbooks spread open to a double page. This is a show you certainly don’t want to miss! The Moleskine Project III opens December 5th and will be on view through December 21, 2013. Here’s my piece for the show…
Spoke Art, San Francisco, CA
Dec 5th – Dec 21st, 2013
Thursday, December 5th from 6 pm – 10 pm
I can’t tell you how psyched I am to be part of this awesome line-up! View all of the works from this and previous Moleskine shows on Spoke Art’s site HERE.Leave a Comment
I am excited to announce an exciting new show featuring new collaboration works from the PRISMA Artist Collective presented by ArtHatch and Distinction Gallery. In case you don’t already know, PRISMA is an international artist collective founded by painter and curator Kaspian Shore in November 2011. The group currently supports 30 talented creatives, working in the fields of traditional and digital painting, drawing, illustration, sculpting and collage, and I’m proud to be among them!
For this collab show, I was slated to complete one piece with the awesome Casey Weldon and one piece with the amazing Lindsey Carr. I admire them both as artists and was honored to have the opportunity to work with each of them. Unfortunately, I was unable to complete a piece with Lindsey (although I do hope to do so in the future!) but thankfully Casey and I pulled it off.
It was a blast creating this piece with Casey. His work is really impressive and not only getting to see it up close and personal but meld my style with his was incredibly cool.
So here is our piece for the show…
Distinction Gallery, Escondido, CA
September 11 – October 5, 2013
Saturday, September 14 from 6pm – 10 pm
As part of a big Kickstarter project I drew an incredible 1 portrait every day for 1 year! Those who supported the project had the opportunity to be one of the “days” in the 365 days and have their own unique personal portrait drawn…. Well, 365 days have zipped by and it’s hard to wrap my head around what has just happened!!
First of all, it’s been an absolute privilege drawing personal portraits for the amazing people that took part. I loved hearing stories of who was being drawn and why – some very emotional and touching, some fun and interesting, and all of them unique and lovely in their own way. I’m so thankful to everyone who took part.This project has taught me a lot (and continues to teach me as I still have many paintings, an e-book, and a DVD to finish!). Drawing every day without fail was not an easy feat. It took a lot of hard work and dedication and as with everything there were some benefits and challenges…
View all 365 portraits from start to finish by clicking on the image below. If you want to view each individual day, you can do so on my Tumblr page dedicated to the project at www.DrawingADrawing.com.Leave a Comment
I’m super excited to announce PRISMA Art Collective’s 1st Annual Group Show!!! The exhibit is entitled The Animal in Me and will be exhibited by the wonderfully awesome Subtext Gallery. The show will open February 15th and will run through March 17th, 2013. Here is my piece for the show…
Subtext Gallery, San Diego, CA
February 15th – March 17th, 2013
Friday, February 15th from 6 pm – 10 pm
Preview the rest of the exhibit on the Subtext website HERE to see all the awesome work that will be included in the show.
Featured PRISMA Artists include: Ana Bagayan, Tom Bagshaw, Lindsey Carr, Hsiao-Ron Cheng, Leontine Greenberg, Nicole Gustafsson, Caitlin Hackett, Daria Hlazatova, Ruben Ireland, Sarah Joncas, Nom Kinnear King, Kit Lane, Edith Lebeau, Alex Louisa, Rod Luff, Jen Mann, Kelly McKernan, Soey Milk, Lady Orlando, Lilly Piri, Audrey Pongracz, Michael Shapcott, Kaspian Shore, Allison Sommers, Kelly Vivanco, Casey Weldon & Bec Winnel.
I wasn’t able to make it out to see the show in person since I’m all the way in Connecticut 🙁 but luckily some shots are popping up across the web. HERE are some shots posted by the one and only PRISMA. And the photo below is courtesy of VEDA Art.
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I recently completed a piece for an exciting upcoming exhibition called Painted Sound, a project curated by Ixie Darkonn & Alexandra Mazzanti (Dorothy Circus Gallery) that opens at Flower Pepper Gallery in Pasadena later this month. Inspiration for each piece came from my go-to inspiration… MUSIC! Artist’s chose a song, painted their hearts out, and wrote about how and why the song inspired them. The painting images / descriptions from the 46 artists taking part will exhibit AND be made into a small book coming out later this month (will keep you posted about that!).
Here’s my piece…
Flower Pepper Gallery, Pasadena, CA
Jan 26th – Feb 28th, 2013
Saturday, Jan 26th from 6 pm – 10 pm
Visit the exhibition website www.paintedsoundshow.com to preview the show and find out which songs inspired each piece. Also on the site is a very cool preview trailer which I’ve re-posted below.
Artists taking part include:
Adam Oehlers | Afan | Afarin Sajedi | Alessia Iannetti | Anne Angelshaug | Aunia Kahn
Brian Despain | Christos Tsintsaris | Clementine De Chabaneix | Elena Cermaria | Felipe Bedoya | Francescaromana Di Nunzio | Gabriel Gressie | Guillermo Lorca Garcia | Ixie Darkonn | Jana Brike | Jeff Mendes | Jezabel Nekranea | Jon Enigma Jaylo | Kristian Adam | Leila Ataya | Luciano Civettini | Marco Tarascio | Mari Inukai | Mark Elliott | Matt Linares | Michael Shapcott | Mr. Klevra | Naoto Hattori | Natalie Shau | Natascia Raffio | Nom Kinnear King | Paolo Guido | Pluvia Blanchewoods | Robert Dowling | Ryan Myers | Sarolta Bàn | Scott Radke | Seven Moods | Shazia Rashid-Smith | Sonya Fu | Steven Kenny | Valentina Brostean | Xue Wang | Yoshimasa Tsuchiya | Yosuke Ueno
Hope you can make it out!!Leave a comment