Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Saturday, March 12, 2011
I have three mermaid paintings in this show.
Water Works at GR2
March 19 - April 13, 2011
Reception: Saturday, March 19 5, 6:30 - 10:00 p.m.
2062 Sawtelle Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Most Americans take tap water for granted. Although it might not taste that great, it’s drinkable. But what if it weren’t? Giant Robot is proud to host Water Works, a group art show that will benefit UNICEF’s Tap Project. The project’s goal is to get clean drinking water to those who have no access to it, and this year’s focus is on Vietnam. We are proud to join the effort, and have asked many of our talented friends to create water-themed art to raise awareness and funds for the cause.
Contributors will include the following:
Bryan Lee O'Malley
Ryan Jacob Smith
Deth P. Sun
Esther Pearl Watson
In addition to the artwork, there will also be water bottles featuring labels created by artists and signed by celebrities. All proceeds of these low-priced, limited editions sold at the event will be donated to UNICEF. According to UNICEF, just $1 can support enough water for 40 kids a day. This show can make a big difference.
Friday, March 4, 2011
I have a piece in this show, opening in SF tonight:
Game Over 4
Videogame Inspired Art
Reception: This Friday, March 4th, 6:30-10pm
Giant Robot is proud to present Game Over IV, a group show that pays homage to the continuous evolution of videogames and their massive influence on popular culture. The impact and inspiration of videogames will be represented through a wide assortment of styles and genres provided by top artists in the fields of illustration, painting, sewing, indie comics, and videogames. Contributors are scheduled to include the following:
Lala Albert, Esao Andrews, Nick Arciaga, Andrice Arp, Jesse Balmer, Sasha Barr, Niv Bavarsky, Eric Broers, Aaron Brown, Jeffrey Brown, Jude Buffum, James Chong, David Chung, Farel Dalrymple, Enfu, Ines Estrada, Jesse Fillingham, Hilary Florido, Cam Floyd, Matt Furie, Nick Gazin, Mark Giglio, Peter Hamlin, Paul Hornschemeier, David Horvath, Martin Hsu, Rama Hughes, Mark Ingram, Levon Jihanian, Kinuko, Chris Kuzma, Patrick Kyle, Ginette Lapalme, Little Friends of Printmaking, Kiyoshi Nakazawa, Mare Odomo, Physical Fiction, Ferris Plock, Silvio Porretta, Jarrett Quon, Jesse Reklaw, Rob Sato, Cory Schmitz, Dave Stolte, Superbrothers, Daria Tessler, Jeremy Tinder, Chris Ward, Steven Weissman, Leslie Winchester, Calvin Wong, Jeni Yang, Lawrence Yang, Derek Yu