here are 2 samples of Anna Cangialosi s work. I have a few shows with her in the next several months. I have shown with her as well before at Primary Space www.pr1maryspace.com . Anyways i ll will be having a show with her and Kurt Halsey Fredriksen and a few artists from tampa at Covivant Gallery in Tampa in December. But check out her stuff. Real fun. Anna Cangialosi
Wednesday, October 19, 2005
Friday, October 14, 2005
well not really a captain that i know of but i thought it sounded good. Nice illustrations that are simple to understand but have a level of complexity that is refreshing. This illo was done for a bloomburg article about finances. seems that he does mostly the editorial stuff. check out more at gordonwiebe.com/ or www.magnetreps.com/pages/wiebe_pg.html
Thursday, October 13, 2005
Aliright about a few weeks late but here is one of Chris Ryniaks paintings. I had a chance to meet this Detroit native a couple of weeks ago when i was hanging out with the Chung. Chris gave a lecture to the illo dept at CCS that day. I guess they also did a critique that was quite amusing. any how i ve been a fan of chris' work for only a short time. It was when i saw his lil piece at the dunny show at CPOP that i flipped my shit. I admire him because i know how hard it is to do the 9-5, be a dad and also do painting and illustration on the side, and he does it all well. stop by his site an admire his stylings. www.bigistudio.com
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Ok its been awhile since i have posted anything. slacking abit on this atleast, crazy elsewhere. But today i was reminded on www.artdorks.com of a man i have meet whos work is pretty fricken sweet. Bill Fick (http://cockeyedpress.com/) is an artist that makes lino cut prints that are usually pretty huge. His stuff is based a lot on old comics and pork products. He was a visting artist at Cranbrook, which is where i meet him, and i got to see a ton of his work. I also got a print which is sweet. well i ll stop rambling. go enjoy his work.
Monday, October 03, 2005
This man s work has been some of the most impressionable work i have seen in awhile. The story of his work is pretty intresting. This man is also the Father of Conservation. The way he got that title was by killing thousands of birds and then noticing that they weren t as plentiful as when he first started killing them and wrote about how that concerned him. Any ways check out the book Audubon baby elephant folio. Quite the book.