Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Yesterday I returned from what felt like a rather long week in Los angeles. I spent most of the week in the gallery working on a installation titled 'Ye Olde Oaktown'.
I did have a few days to stretch my legs and have a stroll around the weirdness of L.A.
I took a few photographs and they can be seen on my Ahoy Land Ahoy blog.
The best part of the trip was just being at the gallery and hanging out with the other artists and gallery staff who were rad. Thanks to french for bringing together a fantastic group of artists.
Friday, October 08, 2010
I'm not sure if I will be catching any waves but I am off to L.A. the home of the Beach Boys. My friend French invited me to take in a interesting exhibition titled 'Close To A World Below'. I'm to going show some ink drawings and a site specific piece. Hopefully if I have time I will make a trip to Hawthorne to pay homage to the greatest band in the world.
Close To A World Below
Curated by French
October 16 - November 6, 2010
Past to future, familiar to unusual, normality to abnormality, mundane to extraordinary, non-fiction to fiction, reality to the surreal, an exhibition of artwork that explores parallel realities.
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 16 | 7-10pm
An International Exhibition featuring the artwork of:
Chrissie Abbott (UK), Derek Albeck (USA), French (UK), Richard Gilligan (Ireland), Izzie Klingels (UK/USA), Ashley Lande (USA), Murdoch (Australia), Marcus Oakley (UK), and Paul Parker (UK)
Scion Installation L.A.
3521 Helms Ave. (at National)
Culver City, CA 90232