The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger's (GOASTT) new video - so many reasons to love. It's a take on The Source Family, the style of the video was inspired by Jodorowsky, and it sounds and looks so flippin' good.
The GOASTT - "Animals" Video from stereogum on Vimeo.
*and of course there's nudity, reference the links if you don't know why!
Monday, April 7, 2014
April 12th is the big DUE WEST 2014 Group Show - The kickoff for the WEST Austin Studio Tour that happens in May. Well over 100 artists will have art on display (and to buy).
DUE WEST! April 12th 6-10pm 6406 N. IH-35, Suite 2850A
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Friday, February 14, 2014
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Living in Austin, these recent cold snaps are freaking us out! I know people in other places laugh at us ... closing schools, shutting down highways --- but it's just not normal in Austin, TX. Hoping my gardens survive the current ice rain, as I didn't get to harvest this guy yet.
Anxious to plant some new succulents in my circles, just need the freezing temps to be done (my kids have claimed the circles as the perfect spot for their rock collections for now).
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Monday, December 2, 2013
One of the highlights of living in Austin is EAST - the best collection and chance to see Austin artists. While I had to cut my usual massive artist list down because of cold and rainy weather, I still had a rad time overloading on Austin artists. Inspiring. A few of the many ....Jessica Wagner. There's something methodically dreamy about her work that draws me in. Second year to see her work, and equally impacted as the first. I love her unique style. Saving to make this piece mine!
Bob Schneider. Never really paid much attention to his music, but his art, striking, and demands your attention. Still thinking about his show.
Industry. How right on is this?!
Jonathan Biehl - his work is big and bad and pulls you in. Stunning is an understatement. His faces/portraits/face interpretations are breathtaking.
Dana Brown is genius. This piece (on the left) - he cut out periods from magazines and arranged them by size. Love. And don't even get me started on the intensity of his other collage pieces - meticulously cutting tiny pieces of color to create the solid colors (as seen on the right). Remarkable. His obsessive detail blows my mind. Zoom in on the picture to appreciate the detail.
Kevin Munoz. Dang I love this piece! His studio (within OK Mountain) was great, loved everything I saw.
Jason Terracina. Yeah, I want one.
Co-lab Projects, probably my favorite curated show on the tour, entitled "Conspectus: Two Thousand Thirteen." Loved just about every piece in the show - loved the general vibe of the space. Really, a great gallery/instillation.
Common House. Something complex in the simplicity.
Adreon Henry And Jen Bradley. These two create the best art installations you will experience. From the visual to aural - you are engaged and required to mentally participate. My kind of party. Always my favorite art experience. Always.
I sure do love Austin artists. Continue to rock me. And to all who came out to see our show - mad thanks!