Over the past few years, I’ve gotten fairly prolific between Pink Buddha memes, books, advice columns, video making and my visual arts practice. You have cheered me on through the process of navigating between traditional media and digital media, between my right hand and my other hand, my failures and my wins. We’ve had an adventure, haven’t we?
Along the way something I made may have resonated with you. You made a note of it, thinking “Gosh, I really want that!” Only the timing wasn’t right and then, time got away from both of us.
I get it.
And now the amount of work sitting in my studio has gotten away from me. So much so, I can no longer get in to what was once my actual workspace. It’s embarrassing.
To save face, I’m hosting a studio clean up and clear out event. It runs privately thru the end of September. (9/30/19)
Between 70 and 80% off. Operative word: affordable.
Some things I’m willing to ship. Framed works are not eligible for shipping. Come get ‘em or make your own arrangements for shipping.
Small and large digitals. Abstract and figurative. (Yes, abstract.) Other hand paintings.
Opening Reception Saturday, September 7th, 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.
“[The self] is like a cart, which is not other than its parts, not non-other, and does not possess them. It is not within its parts, and its parts are not within it. It is not the mere collection, and it is not the shape.” -Chandrakirti, “Guide to the Middle Way”
Gestalt Projects invites you to “The Body in Parts”, a group exhibition examining the beautiful vagaries and miraculous unity that can result from our shared physical structure. Based on the Buddhist view of the individual as a bundle of smaller parts forming a larger non-person centered self, artists from around the United States will present art in a variety of mediums using their unique creations of various body parts to form various assemblages of togetherness. Working with representations of our inherently physical limitations, this show hopes to transport the viewer to the metaphysical possibilities of human experience.
Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 6/20/19 – “We’re
creating our own path rather than waiting for galleries to decide our
fate”, says Terri Lloyd, organizer of the 3rd quarterly art show of the
LA artist collective, HIGHLAND PARK ART HOMIES.
Art opening: Saturday, June 22, 2019 from 12-7pm or later given that a DJ will be spinning tunes during the latter half of the event. 340 N. Avenue 61, Los Angeles, 90042 is the address. MORE…