Posts Tagged Last Rites Gallery
Now for next weekend’s show list of my “must-see” art shows: - “Spectra” solo exhibition with a new body of work from John Wentz at Modern Eden Gallery out in San Francisco, CA. Like the incredible “Ever-Changing Spectrum of Light” oil painting above there will be plenty of haunting landscapes and gas mask wearing humans, [...]
I am really excited for tomorrow’s opening of Yoko D’Holbachie‘s show “In The Dark” @ Last Rites Gallery in NYC. Her work has always had a place in my heart with the irresistible combination of acid filled characters and bright colors. This particular series focuses more on the individual mythological creatures, without busy backgrounds and [...]
This Saturday is Matthew Bone‘s “Raised By Wolves” show opening @ Last Rites Gallery. I am particularly in love with this collaboration piece that he did with Greg “Craola” Simkins, “Yuck Mouth” for the show. It’s such an amazing piece of Craola’s monster haunting Bone’s cereal covered woman… a genius piece.
Tomorrow night is the ‘Taboo” group exhibit @ Last Rites Gallery guest curated by Jon Beinart of the beinArt Surreal Art Collective. It will feature artists in the collective who will explore their own interpretations of taboo’s in today’s society. Peter Gric will be one of the artists, who did this painting “Gynoid-Monument” with his [...]
Chris Peters will have be showing his latest paintings @ Last Rites Gallery starting tomorrow – it will feature twelve new pieces and this short experimental film he made acts as the “thirteenth” painting for the show, tying together all of the themes from the actual work.
Billy Norrby will have a solo show opening @ Last Rites Gallery tomorrow – it will feature pieces of turmoil and struggle, the dawning of a new era.
For the fourth annual Dark Pop group show @ Last Rites Gallery, John Brophy did this beautiful oil painting… his work is done with stunning detail and far from your normal “dark” art.
Today Last Rites Gallery and Paul Booth will be hosting the Art Fusion charity event, benefiting The International Children’s Art Foundation. This live painting event will raise money for art programs in low income communities. For more information about the event and participating artists check out the gallery site.