Friday, December 05, 2008

ASIFA ATLANTA GOLDEN AGE EXHIBITION

" 1940's "

" The 1950's "

" The 1960's "

these 3 pieces are a part of the ASIFA Atlanta's Annual exhibition At Eyedrum (290 mlkjr dr.)
This years theme was "The Golden age of cartoons and comics: art inspired by works from the 1920's thru 1970's". I decided to draw from the stereotypical representations of conflicts from the different decades. The Opening is Saturday night Dec. 6th 8-11. Google Eyedrum for directions.

10 comments:

ChrisNeuenschwander said...

Awesome paintings! Love the Background texture, and the lighting in the second one.

Acrylic?

Nelson Santos said...

Very funny to look at man, good luck!

Jeremy said...

Chris-
yep they're acrylic on 15x22 illustration board

Jeremy said...

Nelson-
Thank you

Jason Seiler said...

These are cool Jert, I especially like the first great poses!

KEV said...

awesome stuff man!

Aaron said...

i really enjoy that angry little kid in particular

Meesimo said...

These are great dude!

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Gabriel Hunt draws sometimes said...

HAHA! He has a hook hand