Category Archives: Character Explosion
Posters from ARTCRANK SFO are on display at the Chrome Store in San Francisco through November 10th. My screenprinted poster “Spokes & Folks” is bright green & black…you can’t miss it!
Here’s my screenprinted poster, “Spokes & Folks” from the ARTCRANK opening at 111 Minna Gallery this past Friday night. The show continues at the Chrome Industries store (580 4th St., SF) through Saturday, November 10. Check it out or check out some photos from … Continue reading
Here’s a peek of my screenprinted poster, “Spokes & Folks” for ARTCRANK San Francisco. The ARTCRANK opening night party is this Friday, October 26th at 111 Minna Gallery from 6-11pm. Bike to it!
My Pop-Up Art Corner at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland in Los Angeles is open now until the 31st of January. There’s plenty of cuteness in Leanna Lin’s shop- products and art from a variety of artists, vintage gifts and of course my art. … Continue reading
I will have a Pop Up Art Corner at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland in Los Angeles from January 7th until the 31st. These coasters along with prints, paintings, magnets, cards and other fun products with my artwork will be for sale. The opening event … Continue reading
Here’s the Character Explosion side of my table at Designer Con in Pasadena, CA. I also brought my Magic Pony and Ukrainian Food Character product lines. We Are Objects shared my booth and his set up included a glass tower display filled with handmade … Continue reading
Large photos of my paintings and all the artwork from the Forest Friend’s show can be seen here. Also, while the Forest Friends show is up, my prints and cards are available at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland.
Here’s a snippet from “The Otter One”, one of my pieces in the Forest Friend’s show at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland opening this Saturday in LA. It’s made on wood from a sustainable forest somewhere on Earth. Photo by Ali Maiorano
A few of my paintings are up in A Second Story’s Gallery Space. “A Second Story” is a new shared printmaking studio and gallery space located at 853 Divisadero St. in San Francisco. The doors will be open during Divisadero … Continue reading