Saturday, November 28, 2009

Keith Flint from Prodigy just bought a piece from my good friend

Monday, November 23, 2009

two shows in December. Pick a coast!

East Coast, West Coast

I have two shows in Dec. Concentrating on the US but not favoring either coast. Two VERY different shows but fitting well with my work nonetheless.


"The Little Deaths"

Anagnorisis Fine Arts and Shadow's Space gallery are pleased to announce an exhibition featuring works that explore the visceral and intellectual foundations behind the well-known French term, “La Petit Mort” or “The Little Death”. Dramatically referring to orgasmic fainting spells or spiritual release, the term evokes the darker, and perhaps more realistic aspects of lust and love. One could possibly say that, through its association with death, it could also hint at the adverse emotions associated with intimacy.

Exploring various interpretations of The Little Deaths are artworks created by a wide range of outstanding artists, from some who are just beginning to show their work to those whose names are recognized internationally. The collection is eclectic, yet the artists, many of whom have created new works exclusively for the exhibit, were carefully chosen for the sensual elements inherent in their artistic styles.

Shadow's Space Gallery, located in Philadelphia PA, is Fuse Gallery's sister space, newly opened this year. We are all very excited to be working with Nikki Sneakers, their director, and the Fuse Gallery crew.

Exhibiting artists:

Christian Rex van Minnen, Anastasia Alexandrin, Carrie Ann Baade, Roger Ballen, Eduardo Benedetto, Molly Bosley, Dana Bunker, Christopher Conte, Clayton Cubitt, Jonathan Davies, Cam de Leon, Dan Estabrook, Danielle Ezzo, Lori Field, Heather Gargon, Chambliss Giobbi, Celicia Granata, Caitlin Hackett, Scott Holloway, Tina Imel, John Kolbek, Craig LaRotonda, Samantha Levin, Julie Anne Mann, Nia Mora, Dan Ouellette, Alex Passapera, Jeanette Rodrigez, Erin Colleen Williams

Please join us for the opening reception during Philadelphia's First Friday, December 4th from 6-9. Shadow's Space is located above Kung Fu Neck ti. Much fun will be had.

The exhibit will run throughout the month of January.

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"Induced Epidemics"

Haute Macabre and the Museum of Death are very proud to present to you Induced Epidemics, running from December 5 through December 29. Featuring the works of fifteen artists, celebrating a collective love for all things macabre in various forms of media.

Please join us to celebrate our opening night at The Chaos Gallery, in Hollywood, CA, Saturday, December 5, at 8PM!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Heading to an absinthe tasting : )

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Friday the 13th!

ART THAT CREEPS was just released in Germany at Strychnin Gallery on Friday the 13th. (only seems appropriate) This is the first internationally distributed book that I am proud to be included in.
There are a bunch of really great artists included in this hard cover book. Some of these artists I am proud to say are friends and have shown with them too. It is available at Amazon for anyone in the states or at the book publishers site Korero Books where you can scroll and look at a couple of pages (mine not included)

Here are some descriptions of the book,

"Neo-gothic visual energy and inspiration from the worlds of lowbrow and neo-surrealism. Featuring artists from all corners of the globe working in oil, digital, sculpture, engraving, porcelain, taxidermy and photography. Among the art featured are the digital renderings of Natalie Shau, the hauntingly disturbed photographs of John Santerineross and the monstrous paintings of Chet Za" ... Korero Books

"Strychnin Gallery and Korero Books are proud to announce the release of “Art that Creeps” – a new book showcasing young artists from around the world who work in traditional and not so traditional techniques and genres. Highlighting a selection of artists who eschew the cold, minimalist aesthetic that afflicts contemporary art, this book explores the truly sinister, hyper-real, and riotous blend of pop culture, fine art, and surrealism that is Neo-Gothic art. Associated with punk and dark fantasy, yet distinct from both, these risk-taking artists are represented with a selection of hundreds of amazing paintings from the U.S. and European Neo-Gothic scene. Yasha Young, the owner and gallerist of Strychnin Gallery, is the general editor of the book and wrote the foreward.

The artists featured in the book are: Jason Shawn Alexander, Wayne Martin Belger, Annie Bertram, Marina Bychkova, Nicoletta Ceccoli, Jan Czerwinski, Leslie Ditto, Melissa Forman, Naoto Hattori, Scott Holloway, Aunia Kahn, Richard Kirk, Ver Mar, Michael Page, Chris Peters, Michael Ryan, John Santerineross, Natalie Shau, David Stoupakis, Daniel Van Nes, Raf Veulemans, Madeline Von Foerster, and Chet Zar." ..... Strychnin Gallery Blog

For any local people, I am working on a release party of my own with a book signing. (Still in the works though) hopefully more to come on this subject. :)

Happy Friday the 13th!! The book I'm in "Art that Creeps" was just released in Berlin

Thursday, November 12, 2009

just bought a 1terabyte hard drive :)

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