Here are a few pictures of the show that Jason put together in NYC!
The two little pieces to the right of my Rainbow Food screenprint are collaborative pieces by me, Jason, Sam and Mark!
Here is a detailed blurb about the show:
Jason Kachadourian presents OneNightOnly, a show of work by people who know each other and people who should.
New work by: Patrick Costello, Jason Kachadourian, Sam Kalda, Jimmy McBride and Mark Price.
The five featured artists use pattern, collage and a variety of other means to freeze a moment in time. They obsessively examine their relationship with the environment that surrounds them. By abstracting, modifying and re-using the familiar, they create images that represent select moments in a perpetual process.
This OneNightOnly is the second in a series of onenight, pop up exhibitions that will take place in any available location.
I just got back from a little trip up north, which was too short and also just right. I brought some work up for a group show in New York. My first time showing in the city! Jason organized the show and I think it is going to be great! I will post pictures when I get them.
New York was lovely, despite the nasty weather. I am still singing and dancing to some rye rye jams and thinking about the awesome food I ate while I was there. I also saw this nice graffiti (thanks to Becca for the picture) where someone had written the word "whore" and someone finished it up into "whoreticulture" which seemed like a pretty funny way of handling the situation.
On the way back, I stopped off in Philly to see THIS PRETTY LADY and THIS LITTLE MAN. She is hard at work on some awesome stuff for her February art show at the Garage. We had a great time and I even got featured on her friend's street style blog. Hah!
I just got some pictures from the Warmers show at Trance Pop and Kyoto! It seems like the opening went really well! Thanks to everyone who made this so great! Here is a link to the Sweet Dreams PressFacebook note about the show, andhere is a link to more pictures of the opening!
The group art show (Warmers) that Victoria organized in Tsuruga, Japan is now going to be shown at Trance Pop Gallery in Kyoto! It will be an expanded version of the show from December, and it sounds like it is going to be really nice! I will post more details and pictures from it when I get them... probably a bit later in January. For now, check out the new piece I made for the show...