Just came across this flyer I made for a post-Halloween art show at the legendary CBGB’s 313 Gallery, back in 2004. I had 13 photographs in the show. All shot over the course of a decade on Halloween, with my old 35mm Nikon FG-20. Oh how I loved that camera ♥
Here’s a small sampling of my photos from the show. These were all shot on Halloween in 1993 and 1994 at Malibu Dude Ranch in Milford, PA…enjoy!
The Single Fare 3 metrocard art show has come and gone. All round huge success. Opening night held a packed house. My 4 pieces were displayed on the walls of RH Gallery amongst thousands of other great mini works. I was super stoked to find out that I have 3 new collectors! The remaining piece can be purchased here on the Single Fare 3 website. Now available with 10% off…Get it before its gone!!
Flamingo Of The Sea is available for purchase through January 7th through the Hope Beyond Online Store. Click here to see all of the art available. All art priced at $100 or less. 100% of proceeds from from work sold will benefit the organizations Waves for Water, The City of Long Beach, New York and The West End Arts Guild.
Flamingo Of The Sea is making it’s way to San Francisco’s Modern Eden Gallery. Donated for the Hope Beyond benefit art show, curated by Kim Gordon.The show is for one night only on December 7th. Lots of great art available for purchase. All proceeds will go to aid victims of Sandy. View the press release here HopeBeyondShowPressRelease2012
Flamingo Of The Sea will be available as an 8×8″ framed, ink jet print. This image was shot on medium format, color transparency film, using an old twin lens reflex camera. From the series Flamingo Social Club. This body of work (still in progress) is photographed seaside in Long Beach, NY.
Fuck the little black dress. Every monster snapping style maven needs a good Skeleton Suit in her closet.
Today I paired my hand painted skeleton suit with vintage old school skull print Vans, Betsey Johnson over the knee bone socks, striped tights I’ve owned since 1991, a vintage black jacket from the 70’s with patent leather accents, and a Betseyville bag.
Do you have a favorite skeleton suit in your closet?
“Bunny” Long Island, Halloween 2011
Introducing “Bunny”. Shot on Halloween 2011 during an unseasonal snowfall. Bunny is currently on display in MF Gallery’s 10th Annual Halloween Art Show, opening October 13th 2012. Lot’s of creepy and kitsch horror art by a stellar group of creepy artists. “Bunny” is also featured in a Halloween Fun House installation, in the entrance and stairwell to the gallery. Bust out the fake blood and enjoy!…more pictures soon to come…
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