Plan a fun Valentine’s Day with artists Nidhi Chanani, Liana Hee, Jerrod Maruyama, and Miss Mindy at WonderGround Gallery in the Downtown Disney® District. They will will be on hand for a special appearance and signing February 14 from 11am to 1pm. Preview a few of their new pieces that will be released that day. (Sizes, prices, and formats will vary.)
On Saturday, February 7, Flower Pepper Gallery presents ‘Life And Love,’ a collection of new works by Ania Tomicka, Desiree Fessler, Erika Sanada, Graham Curran, KiSung Koh, Susanne Apgar, Robert Yancy, and Roland Tamayo. Each participating artist will exhibit 6 pieces, a small cohesive body of work, 2 large and 4 small. These capsule collections will help provide the viewer with a more accurate understanding of each artist’s perspective.
All of the artists in Life And Love have been chosen for the inherent beauty of their work as well as their passionate portrayals of the trials that befall all life’s creatures.
This exhibition opens Saturday, February 7 with a reception from 6:30-9:30pm. ‘Life and Love’ will be on view through March 4.
Cute monsters galore invaded Leanna Lin’s Wonderland last year at Supahcute Kaiju Show. This March, they’re back and they’re cuter than ever! I’m proud to announce my first show of 2015: Supahcute Kaiju Show 2: Cuter, Better, Fatter, Stronger. In this group exhibition, you’ll see adorable monsters destroying universes and wreaking havoc… all in a lovable way!
The following artists from the first show will be joining us for the sequel: 100% Soft, Camilo Bejarano, catmandru!, Fat Rabbit Farm, Genevieve Santos, Jared Andrew Schorr, Jerrod Maruyama, Vanessa Ramirez, and Varinya Nunez.
And I’m thrilled to add these artists to the lineup: Allison Koberstein, Amanda Dempsey, Andrea Kang, Angela Song, Azul Piñeiro, Erica Sirotich, Flat Bonnie, Ian Glaubinger, Kristen Lau, Luke Flowers, Nicole Piar, Oborochann, Orbital Ox, Peter Kato, Ryan Shaw, SaoZen, and YemaYema.
Supahcute Kaiju Show 2 opens on Saturday, March 14 with a reception from 6-10pm. The show will run through April 26. Stay turned for details!
On Saturday, January 24, Corey Helford Gallery Circa proudly presents ‘Freaks And Americana: An Exploration of Big Top Culture.’ Thematically, circus and carnival folk are part of alternative “outsider” cultures that beg the curiosity of the viewer and ignite the imagination. The circus is something that people “run away to join,” escaping the confines of a traditional lifestyle, or finding solace in an odd, heightened reality. It’s this fantasy that the show hopes to investigate.
Participating artsits include Annie Owens, Beau Stanton, Billy Norrby, Brandi Milne, Bumblebeelovesyou, Carlos Ramos, Colin Christian, David Stoupakis, EINE, Eric Joyner, Greg Gossel, Hueman, John Wentz, Melissa Forman, Michael Hussar, Michael Mararian, Nouar, Ron English, Sas Christian, SHAG (Josh Agle), Sylvia Ji, Tom Bagshaw, Yosuke Ueno, Carol Liu, Nicomi Nix Turner, Luke Chueh, Sarah Folkman, Selena Wong, Jasmine Becket-Griffith, and Stephen Ibbot.
The opening reception for “Freaks and Americana” will be hosted on January 24 from 7-10pm at Corey Helford Gallery Circa. The reception is open to the public, and the exhibition is on view through February 7.
On January 24, Gallery Nucleus is proud to reprise its customary exhibition series, Line Weight, in the gallery’s inaugural show of the new year. This third installment welcomes a new roster of widely diverse and notable talents exploring the versatility of the line in compelling ways.
Artists Claire Hummel, Cory Loftis, Elsa Chang, Helen Chen, Joy Ang, Marguerite Sauvage, Natalie Hall and Robert Valley will be exhibiting their masterful line work for all to see. ‘Line Weight III’ opens on January 24 with a reception from 7-9pm; the exhibition will run through February 8.