The solo show is about to come to a close. The closing reception is set for Saturday, April 30, 6-10pm at Gallery 309, 309 Cherry St., Phila., PA 19106. Come on out if you have the chance. You can get a view of the show over here:Gallery 309.
If you find yourself in New England this weekend, come visit me at New England Metal Fest at The Palladium in Worcester, MA. I will be there Friday-Sunday along with a lot of limited edition work- including a New England Metal Fest exclusive limited edition 5 color (including silver and gold) silk-screened poster (pictured above). I hand-screened them myself in an edition of 144 and they will be available for $40.
Another exciting development is the launch of my Workhardened merch line featuring five new t-shirt designs for ladies and gentlemen. More shirt designs and hoodies to come in the near future.
The books are made up of my photographs I took over a number of years. Everything is printed cyanotype that I then toned. I really enjoy the amount of accident that is possible in the process. I promote these mishaps with lackadaisical intent. It keeps the photo process organic for me. Each book is 32 pages plus the cover and meant to be a set. The books take their inspiration and titles from the show “He Said, She Said”. The story of the books is simple; He says snow and She says Sky.
I will post all the pages to the main site in the future. I may even try to put them together into one of those Flash page turning formats but I don’t have mad skills in that area so we’ll see.
Thank you all for coming out to the opening on the 10th. The day was fantastic and a whirlwind. It was wonderful to see so many folks close to me and to meet so many new ones. Here are some shots from the show.
The snazzy window decal (photo: Reesha)
Installation, Jinxed Room (photo: Adam Wallacavage)
Cupcakes! (photo: Reesha)
Detail of Leviathan (photo: Adam Wallacavage)
Clients with their laser scorched matts (photo: Adam Wallacavage)
Antman (photo: Adam Wallacavage)
My show opens in two days and things are moving at an absurd pace. The work is looking better than I imagined. Come on out on Saturday. I will be there most of the day from 2-10 PM.
Toothless Cat Gallery at the Piazza
1050 North Hancock Street, Suites 86/88
Philadelphia, PA 19123