SHOWING: HELLO WORLD!

I will be showing work at HELLO WORLD! on April 20th… it’s loaded with a lot of talented artists; exhibiting, live painting, Yarn Bombing, Music and more at THE SERVICE STATION in Los Angeles… please show your support if you find yourself in the Los Feliz area…

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Title: STUDY IN HOLOGRAMS nº1 by JUNE22 (mixed media on wood | 12″x12″)

PRESS RELEASE
The Service Station at Riverside is THE new local Art Spot! This beautiful renovated 1960’s gas station and urban space made entirely of salvaged shipping containers will open its doors with a brand new art transformation on April 20, 2013 from 2 to 10 pm and will kindly present “Hello World.” Hello World is an exhibition curated by urban art curator Luna George, featuring works by 40+ artists with an evening art reception, as well as other opening events to happen during the day for the public to enjoy. The opening event will include the unveiling of a new 8’ x 50’ mural painted by low brow artists Dave MacDowell, Van Saro and John Park, a yarn bomb installation “K.W.A.” (Knittas with Attitude) by guerrilla fiber artists, food trucks, beer garden, healthy alternatives and DJ! A special installation by resident artist Meex One, will unveil a creation inspired by the style of Keith Haring. The Service Station at Riverside humbly invites the general public, art collectors and enthusiasts to enjoy this exciting exploration into the urban art world of 2013 beginning on April 20. All are welcome to this glorious opening event.

The sole intent of The Service Station, the curator and the artists is to transform this living space into a living piece of art for the community to thrive, expand and grow. Through art, the visual purpose is to educate, inform and to unify their collective vision onto the canvas, which is The Service Station. The station will provide a magnitude of powerful ever-changing art available to the public to enjoy and take home.

The vast array of talent converging on the station includes fine artists, graffiti artists, muralists, sculptors, fiber artists, street artists and photographers. Artists in exhibit work in various forms of media including illustration, traditional painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles and more.

Exhibiting artists include: Alaina Varrone, Amy Goldsmith Sheridan, Armando Soria, Artemis Nolasco, Ashira Siegel, Ben Naz, CANLOVE, Cat Cult, COL WALLNUTS, Culpa PFE, Danielle Mastrion, Dave Lowell, Dave Mac Dowell, Demer, Each, Ekose22, Ellen Left Eye Schinderman, EnikOne, Fearo, Freddy Medina,Free Humanity, Gregg Stone, Ian Campbell, Inge Vandormael, Iviva Olenick, Jennifer Korsen, Jero, Jngl, John Park, Jonas Lynch, Joseph Bottari, June22, Katharine Lawrie, King Bee, Lisa Legget, Mark Bieraugel, Meex One, Michael Pizarro, Mo Powers, Nani Chacon, Ohgie, Petal, Pose 2, Prime, Raul Gonzalez, Sandi Calistro, Scotch!, SEL, Sen2, Sergio “Doc43″ Rueda, Such Styles, Thanks One, THEFL, Tod Hensley, Trixter, Van Saro, VERS, Yabette Alfaro, Yu Cotton-well

Special date information is as follows: Opening event to take place April 20, 2013 from 2 pm to 10 pm. Live mural painting by Dave Mac Dowell, Van Saro and John Park to happen during the day. Special fiber art activities to occur throughout the day. More details on the special activities TBA. Art reception to take place from 6 to 10 pm. DJ will be spinning all day for the guests listening pleasure.

The Service Station at Riverside is located at 3160 Riverside Drive, Los Feliz, CA 90027. Parking can be found at the Friendship Auditorium across the street as well as in the public lot next to the Mullholland Fountain Park on the same side of the street as The Service Station. Street parking is also available.

About The Service Station at Riverside: The Service Station at Riverside is a fresh and creative marketplace where start-up companies, individuals and artists can flourish, develop their art, develop products and make their mark. By combining an original 1960′s gas station with a collection of salvaged shipping containers, The Service Station is an accessible, flexible and ever evolving creative space without ever making a huge impact on the environment. Bringing people and art together to create a current and lively venue is how The Service Station intends to blend original ideas and art awareness with an everyday local feel.

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April 20, 2013 from 2 to 10 pm
Service Station
3160 Riverside Drive, Los Feliz, CA 90027

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The Art of EXHIBIT X

Sup-Sup. As most of you know our artist collective “EXHIBIT X” was last weekend. Needless to say it was a great turnout for the first of many “X is The Weapon” events. We would like to thank everyone who made it out to show support for the artists and DJs. We would also like to thank everyone who helped with the marketing and production of the event, your effort is well appreciated. Thank you “VivaLAfoodies” and “InkedIn Tees” for your support with the food trucks and the silk screened tees. Thank you Historical Spurgeon Building and Santa Ana ArtWalk for such a great location. Just in case you didn’t get to make it out last weekend here are a few pictures of the art showcased at “EXHIBIT X”…enjoy!

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Artemis Nolasco
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Tesia Ziobrowski
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Jouvon Michael
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Meex One
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Rally Hog
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Puede One
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Jonas Lynch
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Exile
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Daniella Manini
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“Freddy”
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MUSIC SELECTIONS BY
Bishop Calafia Zulus
Dawit Justice Calafia Zulus/Channel Rock
Mr. Chinn Godwrk
Rich Spirit Listen Recovery
Soluz Anything Fresh

FOOD TRUCKS sponsored by
VivaLAfoodies
LIVE SILK SCREENING by
InkedIn Tees

EVENTS: EXHIBIT X is August, 6th 2011



Group Show Art show, Music & Culture

**BUYERS MARKET**
ALL DISPLAYED ART IS FOR SALE / PRINTS WILL BE AVAILABLE
cash, checks and cc
(portion of proceeds donated to JAPAN STILL NEEDS OUR HELP! via CALAFIA ZULUS & Zulu Japan, 5th Element Universal Zulu Nation)

EVENT IS FREE in conjunction with the SANTA ANA ART WALK

ALL NEW & UNSEEN ART BY:
Artemis Nolasco
Daniella Manini (SD)
Exile (LA)
Jonas Lynch (Sac)
Jouvon Michael
June22
Meex One (LA)
PuedeOne (LA)
Rally Hog
Tesia Ziobrowski (5yrs young)

MUSIC SELECTIONS BY
Bishop Calafia Zulus
Dawit Justice Calafia Zulus/Channel Rock
Mr. Chinn Godwrk
Rich Spirit Listen Recovery
Soluz Anything Fresh
Spinning: Hip Hop, Reggae, Disco Funk, Soul, Brasiliantime, Cumbias, Afro Beat & More….

VISUALS BY
1~1 Godwrk
SPECIAL SHOWING OF Population Control by Exile
(featured at 2011 LA Film Festival)

FOOD TRUCKS sponsored by
VivaLAfoodies
LIVE SILK SCREENING by
InkedIn Tees

EVENT: Collective I Park Jam Fundraiser

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Mike Matas: A next-generation digital book

Old is a boring word.

SOUNDS ON COTTON in Summary


A quick video summary, of the Opening night for Sounds on Cotton, hosted by Listen Clothing, and X Is The Weapon showing at PÄS Gallery in Fullerton ,CA.

closing reception is this weekend SATURDAY, APRIL 23rd.

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Santa Ana Artwalk

More than a week late… a photo blog of some sights at GCS during the Monthly Santa Ana Art Walk. Next one is Satuday, April 2nd.
















Here are some more works shown that evening, these by Jouvon Michael
Tweed Gent
Lady Tweed
Beautiful Decay

Artist Village Map

DIRECTIONS:

Link to Google Maps

PARKING:
Covered parking for the Art Walk – is available just a block away, at the Artists Village parking structure at Third Street and Broadway, for $2.

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