So here we go. The challenge of a lifetime. This is the pre-game to the big show. I just launched my kickstarter for the residency/book. I’m trying to get to my goals soon. I’ve been thinking about this book for over a year now, and I’ve been lucky enough to get an opportunity to share my talent, learn more, and get advice from a school I deeply am a fan of… SVA (The School of Visual Arts).
Now I have a month to get this all together. Saty tuned to this blog to find out more. Will I be able to go? Will I make my goal of 100 pieces? Will I buckle under the pressure, and collapse into a world of artistic insanity? Who knows? But I can promise it is going to be a hell of a ride. Memorable indeed.
Without further ado… Here is the link to my grand project. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/920816431/beyond-the-void-intensive-residency-artist-book
Celebrate to this. You can’t spell “PARTY” without “ART”.
In a show tomorrow at Mama Art Cafe in SF. Working with the Maritime crew. The show seems like it might be pretty cool. I’m excited about the show. It’s like a kick off to a bunch of other things coming up. Now only if someone would buy some art, so I can keep my place and keep making more work. Fingers crossed.
Mama Art Cafe (4745 Mission Street, SF) on March 21st
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
I helped write this little insert about the show.
“The context of the human experience is a multi-layered creation. Through these layers we wear masks for protection, inclusion, and a sense of identity. “Hidden Faces” is an exploration and personification of the masks of society, the individual and the roles they play on the culture at large. The artists in the this show are all a part of Maritime Art Collective. Maritime calls reference to a group of aesthetic explorers foraging a new path in the ever-expanding world of art. This group works together under a cooperative spirit and a common understanding that a whole can become greater than merely the sum of its parts.”
Here’s a preview.
Here’s an article I found about a show I was in. Check it.
I was surprised to find this.
Oh and the “Pan” stands for Pan-Africanism.