Painting WIPs by Erik Jones.
Hello! If you’re in town (NYC), hope you can visit Sacred Gallery this Thursday, December 5, 8-11PM. Erik Jones will be showing together with Sofia Bogusz and Rodrigo Vallez. He has around 7 works up.
I assisted Erik a couple of times in the past month together with Michelle. The experience was nothing short of amazing. Erik is an overall talented and cool person. His process and vision is Mind. Blowing. You guys have to catch him and his works in person.
Sacred Gallery is at 2nd fl, 424 Broadway. Near Canal Street.
Preview of some of Erik Jones’s #wip pieces for ‘Color, form’ at Sacred Gallery this Thursday, Dec 5. If you’re in NYC, please come visit! It’s from 8-11PM.
Been assisting Erik a couple of times in the past month. Mad experience! (Accidentally recorded him saying he’s finally sleeping. Lol.)
Hi guys, I need 13 more votes to be featured on See.Me’s FB Page. For some incentive, I’ll be giving anyone interested of those 13 a free 5x7 inch vintage style charcoal portrait. If interested, send me a message either on tumblr or you can email me at email@example.com Let me know that you voted, send me a photo and expect a portrait posted in this blog tomorrow :)
I really hope you guys can help me out >_< Deadline’s tonight at 11:59 pm EST.
Hey guys, have a look at Mara’s work and see how awesome she is! I really love illustrations and I think it would be amazing if she could go to Paris and illustrate there. <3
I was invited to I LOVE KUSAMA's launch at the Ayala Museum a few days ago. The exhibit officially opened to the public on July 16.
In reality I’m not very knowledgeable of Kusama’s work. I was aware of her Louis Vuitton collaboration but I never really looked into it or into her. I only became fully exposed of her work during the launch. The pieces in the museum are paintings, sculptures, screen prints, and merchandise from the private collection of Lito and Kim Camacho. They gave a commentary at the start and I was blown by their dedication for Kusama’s work, from their avid travels to acquire, making personal living spaces for her work and even meeting the artist in person.
Kusama’s work is pattern and obsession. I guess you can say that the collectors are equally obsessed about her and I can see why. Her subject-matter is derived from hallucinations she had while growing up. Her canvases contain so many (almost infinite!) dots and net-like patterns that they seem like they’re done mechanically, yet each dot is unique and organic, and as a whole, very expressive. It’s so beautiful.
If you’re in the area (in Metro Manila), or if there is a Kusama collection near where you live, please have a look at her work. I LOVE KUSAMA can be seen at the Ayala Museum from July 16 to September 1, 2013. Check their website for museum hours and entrance fees.
Quick doodle! Just saw the RK movie yesterday, Sato Takeru was so adorable and this is what went through my head during a particular scene….teehee.
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Follow my friend Rinian! Her works are super cute. I’m selling prints of her artworks in my Bloggers United booth tomorrow. She rarely sells prints so catch it while you can.
I’m also selling artbooks like Shel Yang’s, Pixiv, Kuroshitsuji, China CG Collection, Kouga Yun, also BIG BANG merchandise (artbooks and lightsticks). Also speakers. Really good prices and some of the artbooks are rare. :)
See you tomorrow! *u*