October 25, 2012

Some sketches + gallery opening


I love drawing teenagers.


Suzy looks angry.


Now she's not.


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In other news, I have a Tumblr account for Frankenstein inspiration, called

(after a famous line in the book) 

You can follow it for some nice shots of Switzerland and the occasional lobotomy.

Andy and I are going to see the James Whale original Frankenstein film and the Bride of Frankenstein double feature in Boston this week!  Excited!



I have no idea what to do for Halloween!  I always think of what to be on November 1st, and then say "okay I'll be that next year" and forget by Nov. 2nd.

If you are in the area you should check out the amazing gallery "Lincoln Arts Project" or LAP gallery in Waltham, MA.





This Saturday, Oct. 27 is the opening reception of "Everything That Creeps"

 

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SPACE 242 Proudly Presents: EVERYTHING THAT CREEPS
October 26 - 31, 2012 Lincoln Arts Project
RECEPTION: Saturday, October 27, 7-10pm
SPACE 242, Boston’s Low Brow Destination, proudly announces its annual Halloween exhibition, this year entitled EVERYTHING THAT CREEPS, featuring illustrative paintings by Patt Kelley, 100 masks by Behind the Mask, Inkdrips by Walter Sickert, Strange Dolls by Beth Robinson, creepy art dolls by Mealy Monsterland,paintings by Amanda Clarke, Heather Rose Anair, and more of the macabre, morbid, and mutant...
Facebook event [HERE]
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There is only one print left of the Kage no Te / Shadow's Hand poster - and it'll be up for sale at the Lincoln Arts Project for one week only!

1 comment:

  1. Ahh I'm too late again!! That print is gorgeous! <3

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