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Numerology Art Show in Norfolk VA

This coming saturday I will have artwork displayed in a local art show hosted by Alchemy NFK in the proposed arts district section of downtown Norfolk.

The Pilotonline did a little preview write up of the show and interview with me. Read it here.

RSVP at the facebook event page.

Saturday, July 13, 2013
7:00pm

FREE & OPEN TO EVERYONE between 7pm-9pm but a $5 donation is suggested. Refreshments and Food will be available.
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+ HAUNTING IN DAYLIGHT + MIKE CANN + ELIZABETH LEVESQUE + MARTIN JENKINS + JACK VANDYKE + DZAET + NICK JUBLOU + MSYiii + BEN & CANDACE + ARIA MAISEY + ALEX BRANNIN + SCOT CLARK + FABIAN’S FINEST

Musical Selections by SHANDROID x WESLEY BUNCH x
K\/DET plus an interactive set by Logan Laurent & Rex Bonney

Live Performance Art by
BESTIAL MOUTHS (Los Angeles)
LITTLE BLACK RAIN CLOUDS (Richmond)
ARMS BIZARRE (Norfolk)
SCOUGHS (Uranus)
ALICIA LUMA as “OUR LADY OF VARIOUS SORROWS”
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Man’s insistent captivation with spiritualism and the incorporeal determinations of our fate are explored in this group artistic endeavor. 13 selected pieces each by a different artist on 7.13.13 explore our infatuation with the spiritual world and it’s anthropomorphic manifestation of the forces for good and evil in our mythology and every day lives.

ALL AGES // 9pm-2am // $7

HEADER/FLYER PHOTOGRAPHY by José Alberto Martinez

Brought to you by
TIDEWATER ARTS OUTREACH // ALCHEMY NFK // LAFAYETTE PRINTING COMPANY
and Generous Help from our Community Sponsors
Folk City Tattoo
757 Creative Space
Ten ToP
Anthems of the Undesirable

Sound by BEARD Audio https://www.facebook.com/BeardAudio
Lights & Visuals by IRONCLAD


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June Shows 2013

I’m proud to announce my step son and his girlfriend’s two person show to be held Saturday June 1st at Grow Interactive. It is their senior art show for the Governor’s School of the Arts. Virginia will have her paintings and illustrations displayed and Ian will be showing his animated movies.

I am also going to have my piece Psychic Device on display at the second Speaking in Tongues show at Black Vulture Gallery in Philadelphia this June 7th.

SPEAKING IN TONGUES II

Black Vulture Gallery proudly hosts the Opening Reception of “Speaking in Tongues II”, a group show of the wicked and the weird in a terrifyingly tasteful display of some of the best artists in Philly as well as from afar. Curated by BUDDY NESTOR!!

live music by::

KRACKASS

and

DECAP ATTAK
^^ https://www.facebook.com/pages/DECAP-ATTAK/109494529099561

A raging good time with killer artwork, kicking off summer right!!

Refreshments by the ever delicious and creative brewers at Barry’s Homebrew Outlet!!!!

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Preparing to Say Goodbye to Norfolk Pt. 2

As I prepare to depart from Norfolk I’ve decided to try to attend as many local events as possible, which sounds easy and simple but with all the errands and chores I need to accomplish before leaving for NC, combined with my shyness, it has been a bit of a task.

This past weekend Norfolk embraced Team Better Block and decided to transform a dilapidated section of Downtown Norfolk into a temporary arts district, an important move while the proposed Norfolk Arts District is being reviewed by the powers that be.

Read more about the event at AltDaily. There is a lot more to see and talk about then my little snippet here.

One of the more promising exhibits was Alchemy NFK. The hope is that the building will become a permanent facility, housing gallery/shop space and working studios. This is important because while as fun Better Block was and appeared, it is temporary. The test is to see what sticks, what Norfolk will allow to flower, what will receive consistent support from the city and citizens. Part of me feels a bit wistful about leaving at a time when things suddenly seem to be happening…but honestly, I’m not sure what will happen with Norfolk, and I am solitary, therefore making me not even likely to be much of a help to the community even if I did remain. I hope this next year will make me a better and more useful person. Perhaps I can return in the future and be a better part of the community.

Wall of Litho Prints by Heather Bryant, Sculpture by Diana Caramat, Paintings by Kelly Herring.


Check out the food trucks in the background!

I’ve been walking a lot, hoping to find things I’ve been too busy or self absorbed to notice or appreciate. I’m sad to be leaving Norfolk during Spring. I love the way Ghent residents live on their porches and let their gardens run wild. I love the variety of buildings and walkability of the neighborhood.

On my walk home from the Better Block event I found a hidden gallery full of early 19th century paintings, very much mariner themed, but it was nice to find something new very close to the proposed arts district. There is going to have to be variety to maintain sustainability…

Kellam Galleries was a neat secret space. I took some photos while inside, but the only thing that matters is this painting of a mermaid fighting a black belt in karate. It is called Karate-do, by Ralph Eugene Cahoon Jr. and can be yours for $14,000.00!

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Honeyed Tongue…

This coming September I will have my painting Honeyed Tongue, Poisoned Prophecy in the group show, Hell Hath No Fury, at Rothick Art Haus in Anaheim California. The show was curated by Kelly Castillo for her Femme Art Collective : Splendor Device.

AltDaily.com, local alternative news source, recently published a nice little write up about me. Elizabeth Cooke, another local artist, wrote the article and I really am pleased with how it turned out.

The Virginia Pilot also gave a brief mention to the I Like Soup show about to come down at MOCA VA.

And that’s that. I’m getting ready to start my last semester at TCC. It feels good to have the end in sight.

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Exhibitions and Good Nonsense.


I am participating in two group shows in the near future. The first will be at Ayden Gallery in Vancouver BC. The above painting, Pale Horse is my contribution to the Into the Void group show. See the Facebook event page here and Ayden Gallery’s facebook page.

Featuring new works by Megan Majewski & Nomi Chi

Supporting artists:
Chris Brett/ Kelly Haigh/ Anathema Photography/
Kristian Adam/ Redd Walitzki/ Rebekah Joy Plett/
Laura Bifano/ Eric Bostrom/ Mark Illing/ Shwa/
Elizabeth Levesque/ Chop Logik/ Phresha/
Peter Ricq/ Noah Stacey/ Alison Woodward

Live music by Kelly Haigh

Exhibition closes September 2, 2012

Do I need to explain my painting? I think it’s fairly obvious.

After that will be a group show curated by Kelly Castillo of Rothick Art Haus in Anaheim, California to debut on September 8th. I’ll be posting the piece for that show soon as well.

Check out my new Edith Lebeau original on the right. It’s called Black Swan. On the left is an awesome little sketch of me by artist Emma Mount. She had decided to draw the first person she saw on her flickr stream and I was lucky enough to be that person!

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