Paintings by Jeremy Enecio
Happy Birthday Kurt Russell, action hero icon and star of Big Trouble in Little China.
“To Infinty, Eediot!” by Chet Phillips
Guzu Gallery presents “Nothing New- Artwork inspired by the 90s.” For the show I created a mashup of two monumental animation icons from the decade with Pixar’s “Toy Story” and John Kricfalusi’s Ren & Stimpy.
Photo collage work by Ayham Jabr.
@hotkenobi creates fun action figure photography. via My Modern Met
Variants of my Rick and Morty Cronenberg prints were produced for Gallery 1988 in response to the popularity of the first editions. These variants include extra call outs like Rick’s spaceship, portal and portal gun. The edition of each sold within 12 hours.
Urban artist Biancoshock creates little pockets of intriguing imagination into the landscape.
Whimsical ceramics by Holly Curcio.
“Monk’s Café” by Chet Phillips
Gallery 1988 presents a Seinfeld show titled “Another Show About Nothing.” My contributions for the show reflect a matchbox art theme with “Monk’s Café” and “The Chinese Restaurant.” Both will be available online this Saturday after the show reception on Friday, Dec. 2nd.
The ChetArt Blue Genie Art Bazaar booth is ready for shoppers!
The 2016 Blue Genie Art Bazaar is an Austin, TX tradition. The event opens on Black Friday/November 25th at 10AM and will be open from 10AM-10PM every day forward until Christmas Eve (6PM.) With almost 200 artist’s spaces filled with local and handmade goods, this is an event well worth attending for all your fun and unique holiday gifts. This year Blue Genie will be at a new and beautiful location- 6100 Airport Blvd. across from ACC Highland.
Nerdist spotlight for the “Testing Myths” Mythbusters art show.
“Crash Test Brand” by Chet Phillips
“Testing Myths” is a group art show tribute to Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman of Mythbusters fame. My piece places them in the world of Crash Test Dummies with a matchbox art design. Framed piece and a number of unframed matted versions will be available at the show’s venue opening on November 19th at Creature Features. A big thanks to Chogrin for curating this fun show.