Corey Arnold: Fish-Work from Nemo Design on Vimeo.
StudioNemo stopped by the Charles A. Hartman Fine Art Gallery this week to check out the work of Portland’s Corey Arnold. Make sure to stop by Dec. 4th for the opening ceremony and meet Corey in person. 134 NW 8th Avenue Portland, OR.
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Corey Arnold: Fish-Work from Nemo Design on Vimeo.
Daniel Sharp, The Freedom Wheels
Friday August 1st, 2008 through Friday August 29th, 2008
1st Friday Reception: August 1st, 2008, 6-9pm
Daniel Sharp’s series The Freedom Wheels is “a collection of photographs taken from 2003-present, many a documentary of my travels pedaling trough Europe and India where I discovered the world is already traveling by bike. Through these photographs I hope to celebrate the act of bike riding, to inspire the discovery that bicycling is freedom in so many ways. Whether it’s racing, touring or spinning around town, it’s all bike riding and I love all its forms.”
1021 SE Caruthers St.
Portland, OR 97214
Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am to 5:00pm
Our friends in sister city Burlington, VT. are presenting a solo by Dave Kinsey; Paper Trail.
Dave Kinsey was born in Pittsburgh in 1971 and attended the Art
Institute of Pittsburgh and the Art Institute of Atlanta before moving to California in 1994 to pursue a career as a designer and fine artist. His work captures the universal essence of the human condition mainly through an energetic portrayal of urban figures. Working spontaneously, and utilizing a range of mediums, he constructs multi-layered, textured environments easily likened to the complexities of contemporary life. His portraits depict beings who are both triumphant in their defiant stance to their surroundings, and tragic, as they transmit a visual display of raw emotion and jangled nerves. The style and substance of his body of work originates in street art, and in keeping with his goal “to expose as many people to art as possible and to honor the power art has when it’s created and accepted”, Kinsey founded BLK/ MRKT Gallery in 2001, allowing him to provide a crossroads for a new movement of young and electrifying iconoclasts. In addition to these pursuits his fine art has been shown in galleries and museums worldwide, among these a recent exhibition at the URBIS Museum in Manchester and Art Brussels in Belgium. He has also been featured in such publications as The New York Times, Black Book and BLK/MRKT One and Two, and invited to speak at numerous institutions such as The Art Center College of Design, UCLA, Montserrat College of Art and most recently, the Semi-Permanent conference in Sydney, Australia.
Seth and Skye
One Steele Street, Suite 125
Burlington, VT 05401
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Another little tidbit from nyc…
Here are some pics from the Leo Kesting Gallery. Ironically, my favorite gallery show I visited in NYC happened to be work from the lovely and talented Jonny Fenix (living right here in portland, or). The rocking gun is amazing! And Jon Benet Ramsey, Jesus riding a bronco, the purple tiger!!!! I love it all. I hope you all enjoy these pics.
Born June 17, 1949, in Pomona CA., Edward Curtiss Colver (a third-generation Southern Californian) was named after his twelve-times removed great-grandfather, who arrived in the U.S. from Cornwall England in 1635.
Edward is essentially a self taught artist; his brief formal training occurred during night classes at UCLA, where he studied beginning photography with Eileen Cowin.
Three months after he began taking photographs, Edward had his first photo published: an image of artist Johanna Went, featured in Bam magazine. Since then he has shot for dozens of record labels including EMI, Capitol, and Geffen. His photographs have been featured on more than 250 album covers and include some of the most recognizable and iconic covers of the late 20th century. In 2006 he published a book about the Amercian punk rock scene, Blight at the End of the Funnel.
Colver has not watched TV since 1979. He currently lives in a 1911 Craftsman House in Los Angeles with his wife Lani.
In August, Freshjive will be hosting a photography exhibit of renowned photographer Edward Colver’s more obscure work at the Reserve Store. Edward was one of the best and most prolific photographers during the late 70′s and early 80′s Los Angeles music scene and beyond. Along with the exhibit will be a release of special edition t shirts. Stay tuned.
I love it when high tech, creative solution to creative are “McGivered” into creation. Italian visual magician, Claudio Sinatti custom built a backpack/corsert/ Matrix inspired rigging and used 48- Samsung S760 point and shoot cameras to illustrate soccer super star Marco Materazzi.
NIKE ART OF FOOTBALL EXHIBITION
April 16th – May 5th 2008
Via Sacchi 7, Milano
Tuesday to Saturday
from 12:00 to 8:00
View the installation: Click here