For their most adventurous & varied installment yet, Bay Area’s Spoke Art gallery takes their Wes Anderson-themed group exhibit to NYC for a 3-day pop-up show
Over 60 visual artists of various disciplines re-interpret the work of cinema wizards Quentin Tarantino and the Coen Brothers. Check out some preview images.
100+ artists honor such classic characters as Rocky & Bullwinkle, George of the Jungle, Cap’n Crunch, Tom Slick, & Dudley Do-Right through various mediums
Curated by photographer Robbie Lowery and inspired by his wife’s cancer diagnosis and treatment, this mesmerizing group exhibit hopes to benefit cancer research
An extensive interview with the underground contemporary master about his first large-scale solo exhibit, featuring a selection of preview images
Alhambra’s Gallery Nucleus hosts an art show tribute to the genius of Dr. Seuss. Over 40 artists offer interpretations. See preview images and details now
[View Part 2 about the new Steve Brule show/mural HERE] Last Friday, April 16th, I jumped on a bus and headed out to the Upper Playground store/gallery in Seattle‘s University District. I was on my way to catch the opening reception for an exhibit entitled, “Oh Mischevious Me” by local artist 179. This post isn’t […]
You may have seen last month’s post where we featured the video of Alex Pardee illustrating “S.Urkel Jerk“, his demonic portrait of Steve Urkel. If so, you probably also read that the work was created for a TV themed exhibit entitled Idiot Box which was scheduled to commemorate the 5 year anniversary of Gallery 1988 in […]