Small Adventures A Serious & Silly Tribute to Maurice Sendak & Shel Silverstein opens in less than two weeks, and the sneak previews look amaaaaaaazing! I can’t wait for this show to open!!
This group exhibition opens at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland on Saturday, September 12 with a reception from 6-10pm.
Ellia Ann Hill
Participating artists include Ann Shen, Ellia Ana Hill, Flavia Chan, Genevieve Santos, Heather Gross, Jared Andrew Schorr, Jerome Lu, June Shieh, Kelley Frisby, Kristen Lau, Linda Panda, Mary Kinsora, Misha Lulu, Nidhi Chanani, Orbital Ox, Rhodora Jacob, Scott Wetterschneider, Susie Ghahremani, Tiffany Liu, Unicorn Crafts, Valency Genis, and Vanessa Ramirez.
My goodness!! Audrey Kawasaki has curated a group show titled In Box for Giant Robot, and the preview images have left me breathless!! ‘In Box’ opens at Giant Robot 2 this Saturday, August 29 with a reception from 6:30 – 10pm.
May Ann Licudine
As the title suggests, ‘In Box’ features work contained in a 12″ x 12″ box. Artists include Amy Sol, Andrea Wan, Andrew Hem, Audrey Kawasaki, Edwin Ushiro, Kelsey Beckett, Ken Garduno, Kristina Collantes, Mari Inukai, May Ann Licudine, Mika Nitta, Nomi Chi, Rebecca Green, Sean Chao, Stella Im Hultberg, Tran Nguyen, Wayne Johnson, and Yoskay Yamamoto.
Great news for animals fans! Wonderland Art for Animals has been extended through September 5! You have two more weeks to check out some amazing art pieces at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland. Remember, all net proceeds will be donated to North Central Shelter.
Handmade bags by WTFrenchie
Big thanks to WTFrenchie for donating three handmade bags to the show!
Tiny Showcase just released a limited edition print of “Frog Song” by Susie Ghahremani.
With a small border for framing, the print measures 7″ wide by 10″ tall. The archival print was created by Tiny Showcase and ships with a corresponding certificate of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white print making paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton.
A portion of the proceeds of this print go toward Project Wildlife, an organization near me that rehabilitates injured wildlife.