In anticipation of the release of Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron film, Hero Complex Gallery has brought together 100 artists to for an art showcase celebration. I’m proud to be a part of this great event. Each artist was put through a rigorous approval process by Marvel and Disney in order to be a part of the show. My two pieces are “Smash,” a tribute to the Hulk and Iron Man’s Hulkbuster brawl and “Rampage,” a portrait of Hulk doing what he does best.
Each is a signed, limited edition giclee run available for purchase through these two links:
Escher-like compositions from Cinta Vidal Agulló.
“Batcave” by Chet Phillips (Click image to enlarge)
Gallery1988(West) presents “Idiot Box,” an art show inspired by current and classic television shows. For my entry, I paid tribute to the 1966 Batman TV show with a rendition of the batcave set. Replete with batmobile, an endless supply of high tech, state of the art computers, lab equipment and power reactor (plus one tongue-in-cheek addition.) “Batcave” is a signed limited edition Giclee print run of 50.
Sylvain Viau digitally manipulates cars into proper hover mode.
Game of Thrones poster by Robert M Ball.
Big Trouble in Little China by Jorge Coelho.
Margarita Sampson’s soft sculpture chair.
Animated gif by Ryan Salge and Archery.
New tribute print available based on Monty Python’s “The Spanish Inquisition” sketch.
Steam engine motorcycle “Black Pearl.” via Laughing Squid
Herbert Tobias / Photograph by Peter Fuerst
Compiled by Alison Nastasi, a photo collection of artists with their cats.
“Jedidiah Jackalope” by Chet Phillips (click image to enlarge)
Guzu Gallery presents a Lowbrow/ Pop Surrealism show, opening Friday 10th and on display through May 11th. I’m proud to be a part of the exhibition with my piece titled “Jedidiah Jackalope.”
Here’s more about the show:
April 10, 2015 – May 11, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, April 10 • 7-10pm
This spring, Guzu Gallery brings you its first artist’s choice, group art exhibition. What distinguishes this event from Guzu’s previous group shows is the absence of a specific pop culture theme. Rather, each artist was asked to create artwork that does not feature the usual pop culture suspects. The lowbrow aesthetic of the gallery’s previous shows will be familiar, but this go-round, each art piece will be unique to its creator’s imagination!
The opening reception will be on Friday, April 10th from 7 to 10pm and the artwork will remain up through May 11th. Limited edition prints and resin pieces will be available for purchase. Complimentary beverages will be provided on opening night. Admission is free and all ages are welcome!
Guzu Gallery welcomes everyone to the show, but if you can’t make it out, the artwork will be available for purchase in their online store on Monday, April 13 around Noon CST.
Forces of Dorkness
Candy Yu Yen Kuo
Alice Meichi Li
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Mlle Mipolyte creates beautifully intricate cut paper animal heads.
Julie De Waroquier’s haunting “Doppelgänger” photo series.
Sushi bath towel design by Jenny Pokryvailo.
The Birds by Andrew Ghrist.