Juxtapoz.com just previewed our upcoming Feb exhibition, “The Trinity”…
Check it here: http://www.juxtapoz.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=2367&Itemid=1
And if you haven’t checked out the blog put together by the artists of “The Trinity”, then be sure to check it out here: http://thetrinityla.blogspot.com/
We’re excited to announce the release of a new print from Camilla d’Errico…
Giclee print on Hahnemuhle Museum Etching paper
Limited Edition of 30 prints
Hand-signed & numbered by the artist
*limit one per order/customer
View an image of “Fur Carnival” here: https://www.sourharvest.com/thinkspace/2008/sourhearts/show/IMG_0059.jpg
We’ll have the print posted on our site by the end of this weekend for purchase via PayPal. In the meantime, feel free to shoot an e-mail to email@example.com to arrange purchase.
Juxtapoz.com & VinylPulse.com post previews of “Sour Hearts…”
Check out the VinylPulse.com love here:
Check out the Juxtapoz.com love here:
Both artists will be in from Canada for the opening and Melanie Moore (showing in our project room) will also be at the opening – don’t miss this chance to meet all three of these amazing young rising talents.
New Angeles Monthly recently did a lil’ preview of our upcoming show “Sour Hearts & Sweet Tarts” with Sarah Joncas and Camilla d’Errico that opens this Fri.
They profiled Sarah’s piece “Western Eyes and Serpents Breath” – check it out here:
Both girls will be in town from Canada attending the opening AND we’ll be debuting a new print from Camilla the night of opening, so don’t miss this one!
Digital preview ready on Wed, so get in touch now if you have interest as the wait list for works from both continues to grow by the day.
See you all Friday!
The LA Weekly just posted a nice slide show of images from the API benefit “Fight For Flight”… check them out here: http://www.laweekly.com/index.php?option=com_slideshow&type=1&gallery=1036&Itemid=565
Show will remain online for the next couple of weeks, some amazing works still on hand and remember 20% goes to the API – so a great cause is being helped at the same time.
Look for the preview for “Sour Hearts & Sweet Tarts” to follow this coming week – the girls have really out done themselves with over 15 pieces on view from each for the exhibit.