Monday, August 6, 2012

Closing Night Reception : Wednesday, August 8th

Due to the overwhelming enthusiastic response to the One Hundred Dollars show we are throwing a closing reception! It was an amazing and fabulous show with so many extraordinary talents! Nearly half the show has sold... If you had your eye on a piece, now is your chance to get it!

Wednesday August 8th 6-9pm
622 Degraw Street

Here are some shots from the epic opening night!

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Paul Gagner

Paul redrew a one dollar bill as a ten dollar bill. It is a counterfeiter's method called "lifting". I say it's Paul using his epic abilities to confound and amuse everyone in the room. Seriously, get close to this piece. It's awesome. If you don't know Paul's work, Check it out!

Paul Gagner. "Keep the Change." Oil on Dollar Note.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Mark Sengbusch

Mark's work is very intriguing. His focus deals with layering a complex grid. An overlapping framework of mapped out mathematical design... very intense work.

Mark Sengbusch. "Rose Plane."(20) Mixed on Dollar note.

Christian Johnson

Christian Johnson's work has a simplicity and sophisticated allure. His piece is so subtle and understated. It's quiet stylistic abstraction is really captivating.

Christian Johnson. "Untitled." Graphite on Dollar Note.

Lee Misenheimer

Lee Misenheimer is an incredible draftsman and artist. His work is as meticulous as it is beautiful. He folds together flawless forms and creates epic creatures out of simple line. Seriously, this piece is mesmerizing. Find this guy's work...unreal!

Lee Misenheimer. "Untitled." Ink on Dollar note.

Nghia Nguyen

The very funny and amazing Nghia brought one of my favorites to the show. Nghia is a great guy who helped the show be what it is! 

Nghia Nguyen. "No Money, No Honey." Ink on Dollar.

Carmen Von K

I was so happy to have Carmen in the show, she was one of two photography based artists in the exhibition. Her work is a combination of photo and mixed media. The photo portion is photographed paper layered and abstracted over the dollar. Her work is very interesting and a lot of fun. She brought a new perspective to the show which was a breath of fresh air. Thank you Carmen.

Carmen Von K. "Untitled." Mixed Media on Dolar Note.