Tuesday, November 30, 2010
*poster art by David Cowels
I'm very pleased to have been invited to take part in the group show "LOST TOYS: The Ones That Got Away" at the Mercer Gallery at Monroe Community College in Rochester New York.
Here's the write up on the facebook event page:
"LOST TOYS: The Ones That Got Away"
The Monroe Community College, Mercer Gallery, Rochester, NY
Everybody has one: The treasured toy that they wish they still had, the one that they wanted but never got or the dream toy that never actually existed. The cherished toy from one's childhood looms large in the memory, and is usually much more impressive in the mind than it probably was in real life. And it's the larger than life toy of our memory (or imagination) that we are celebrating. Just in time for the holidays! Several well respected artists will present their dream toys in a variety of styles and media. Think of the gallery for this show as M.C.C. Shwartz. So, bring your inner child, or actual child, and relive the magic.
November 22 – December 22, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday December 3, from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
Monday, November 08, 2010
Saturday, November 06, 2010
As promised earlier in the blog these are 2 of the pieces I had in the Asifa Atlanta show at Wonderroot. I've posted these images before, but these are freshly scanned and tweaked versions so I wanted to share them with you....my internet friends. Originally I was going to make this a reminder post ...like a "don't forget to go to wonderroot " kinda thing, but alas I just got an email to pick these bad boys up because the show is now over........ So if you missed it, theeeeeen ya blew it.
Thursday, November 04, 2010
this is the 4th part of my American Mythology series, the other 3 are owned in private collections. this piece is going to be in a show at Keyhole in Kansas City this Friday, details are in the blog post previous to this one
Wednesday, November 03, 2010
I'm exited to part of the "Difference and Discourse" group
show opening this Friday, November 5 at
Kansas City MO
the opening reception will be 5:30pm-10 pm
I have 3 pieces in this show
superhero cheesecake #1 (pictured above)
Clark Kent eats his first of acid (posted earlier here on the blog)
American Mythology 4 : the Cold War ( not yet posted )
If you're out there in Kansas City most of the gallerys have openings on the first Friday of the month, hence "First Fridays", you should go and check out some art, there's definitely worse ways to spend a Friday night.