In addition to working on a half dozen new sculptural works for his upcoming debut LA solo show, Kevin Titzer has also been busy putting together a series of short films as well that document his creations coming to life for ‘Ghost Of A Chance’. The third in the series is above. We’ll be posting the 4th video in the series in the next few days. Titzer’s debut LA solo show opens one week from today, get ready!
Kevin Titzer ‘Ghost Of A Chance’
Reception with the artist:
Sat, May 21st 6-8PM in our project room
30 artists from across Europe translate their favorite works of literature into visual masterpieces
Works from Linnea Strid, Camilla d’Errico, Craww, Koralie, Sergio Mora, Tom Bagshaw, Xue Wang, Michael Forbes, David Marsh, Alex Young, and many more.
Linnea Strid‘s new painting profiled above is one of the show’s highlights as she just continues to excel with each new work. Look for her in our September group show we’re curating at the University of Arizona with one of her largest paintings to date and this December in her 1st major exhibition in Los Angeles showing alongside California based realist Nathan DeYoung.
This coming Mon, May 9th at 1:35AM (ok, technically very early Tue, May 10th but it’s the Mon night show) our own Dave MacDowell will be featured on ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’. Carson’s crew came through last week the night before MacDowell’s ‘Lowbrow Love Letter’ opened to the public and sat down with Dave and asked a number of great questions and also had him give a lil’ tour of the show talking about each piece. How much will actually be used is anyone’s guess, but I know I’m excited to see him on national TV!
This coming week is your last chance to see ‘Lowbrow Love Letter‘, so be sure to swing through!
“At first glance, the work of Michigan born, now San Francisco fine artist Kelly Allen looks like collage but at closer inspection you will find that she is actually a painter. Her pieces are SO detailed that they are often confused for collage when viewed online and even in a gallery setting. At her recent show in San Francisco magnifying glasses were distributed to the audience to see the incredible detail of her work.”
In addition to working on a half dozen new sculptural works for his upcoming debut LA solo show, Kevin Titzer has also been busy putting together a series of short films as well that document his creations coming to life for ‘Ghost Of A Chance’. The first of these films is above. We’ll be posting a new video here every few days as we get closer to the opening on Sat, May 21st.