I did another MySLArt opening last weekend at The Old Orchard Gallery in Webster Groves, MO. Three of my more recent paintings were on display. And to top it off, my work got a shout out (…honorable mention?) from this month’s juror , St. Louis artist Nelson Perez. All in all, not a bad evening. The show will be up through the 13th of November, if you are so inclined.
On Saturday, November 11th, I’ll be taking part in this exciting, one of a kind, one night only event — Poptropolis! I’m really looking forward to what this could all entail. I’ll have four of my biggest and best paintings on display and feel like they’ll probably fit in here better than any other show I’ve done. It’s all going down at Koken Art Factory in St. Louis, and advance tickets are $10 ($15 at the door). If you’re down for a unique art adventure, look no further!
I am happy to announce that I will be participating in the inaugural Old Webster Art Walk, a ten day event (Friday, Oct. 6th through Sunday, Oct. 15th) spanning the businesses of the Old Webster neighborhood in Webster Groves, MO. The participating businesses will be featuring local artists, and my paintings will be on display in Morgan Ford Massage & Spa (31 N Gore Ave, Webster Groves, MO 63119). Not only that, but I will be on hand both Saturdays (the 7th and 14th, from 12pm to 4pm) for meet n’ greets to say hello and talk to whoever might be dropping by (…you?).
I just wanted to give another shout out to both Soulard Art Gallery and Webster Groves Library for hosting these glorious works of art. My piece Alternative Facts will be up until September 22nd in the Soulard gallery, while the Covfefe and Nasty pieces will be on display at Webster Groves Library until September 30th. I had very much fun posing and pointing at them all.
I’ve got a couple paintings featured in the current “Small Works” exhibition on display at the Webster Groves Library in Webster Groves, MO. The artists’ reception will be held this Friday, September 8, from 6 to 7:30pm. On display will be two more from my growing sub-series of topical offerings…
Nasty is 11″x14″, acrylics on canvas, while Covfefe is acrylics on 12″x16″ canvas. Both came out perfectly weird and nice and lovely. Come on out to the reception and see for yourself, won’t you?