Juxtapoz • May 15, 2020 • by Gwynned Vitello
I am incredibly excited for my upcoming solo show “Heaven of Many a Tangled Hue” at Spoke Art opening Saturday April 7th at their San Francisco location! For my latest solo exhibition, I have created seven editions on oak panel, two of which will be brand new images (with accompanying editions on paper.) Additionally, I have carefully curated a selection of works on paper pulled directly from the my personal archives.
Sales will be on a first come, first served basis at the opening reception on Saturday, April 7th. Doors will open at 4pm and we hope to have all orders completed by 9pm. Please note, we are expecting a very long line for this show and encourage our collectors and fans to arrive early.
There will be a limit of one oak panel, two archive paper prints and two new paper editions per person. No pre-sales will be available, customers must be over the age of 18, and we are unable to provide shipping services for in-gallery purchases.
From Juxtapoz: Spoke Art’s Latest Group Show Focuses on the Aesthetic and Medium of Print Making by Staff on November 20, 2017.
Spoke Art‘s latest show is titled SERIGRAPH, a dynamic group exhibition celebrating screenprinting and analog printmaking as both a medium and a process. This comprehensive survey includes artists from a wide variety of genres, backgrounds and styles.
Each artist brings their unique experience in screen printing from their broad ranging experience in the worlds of gig/rock posters, movie and film work, street art, fashion and beyond. Working with single and multicolor screen prints, each artist has created a new limited edition pushing and melding the boundary of the analog print process. Typically working with art directors and clients for commercial and licensed projects, SERIGRAPH allows this curated artist list a creative freedom not commonly found in their day to day work. This allows for an exploration of artistic practice in a completely restriction-free space has resulted in stunning array of works within the medium.
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