Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
I'll be showing a 3-panel encaustic at PULP's new old market location this Friday. If you're in Omaha, come by and say hi!
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A Third Friday Gallery Opening at PULP
"Sprout! A Fresh New Crop of Emerging Artists"
April 17th through May 11th, 2009
Opening Reception | Friday, April 17th from 7pm to 10pm
"Sprout!" is a group exhibition featuring works by national and local emerging artists, including submissions by cortney andrews (kansas city, missouri), dan crane (omaha, nebraska), leslie diuguid (kansas city, missouri), keiko ishii eckhardt (minneapolis, minnesota), cody hoyt (sarasota, florida), caleb coppock (omaha, nebraska), christine stormberg (omaha, nebraska), jonas criscoe (providence, rhode island), hannah stouffer (los angeles, california), caitlin wheeler (seattle, washingtion), lena wolff (berkeley, california), kiersten essenpreis (brooklyn, new york), bill zindel (berkeley, california), erika navarrete (lincoln, nebraska), will anderson (omaha, nebraska), tonja torgerson (minneapolis, minnesota) and christopher bostwick (kansas city, missouri)
Please join us for an Opening Reception in the gallery on Friday, April 17th from 7pm to 10pm. The reception and exhibition are free and open to the public. The event will also mark the grand opening of Pulp in it's new location in the Old Market. This exhibit will run through May 11th, 2009.
Pulp is now located at 1026 Howard Street in The Old Market Passageway. We're on the lower level and you can get to the space via the main Passageway entrance on Howard Street --- or by using the staircase located under Omaha Prime on South 11th Street.
Friday, April 03, 2009
I stumbled upon an amazing set of posters and got inspired to try my hand at.
Hundreds of artists participated in creating their own versions of the band Omega Code's logo/mark.
Some of my favorite by You Work For Them artists, Mike Cina and Michael Paul Young. I also love the posters by Motomichi Nakamura and
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Some paintings I did a while back are the new addition to Alley Poyner Macchietto's atrium. The originals were painted (and scratched) on glass and then photographed and enlarged by Renze Display here in Omaha.
Thanks to Michael Alley for making this happen!