It’s 4th of July weekend, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some great shows opening up. So if you have a chance, try to make it out to one of them.
Opening up this Friday at the Rogues Gallery in Belfast, is a dual show featuring work by the amazing Dean McDowell & Sarah Sheil. The work looks amazing, Dean has such a great style and Sarah makes some very dark works. It takes you a minute to really see what is going on in her work. Try to see if the show goes online later tonight. Rogues Gallery Belfast
“How Well Do You Remember?” a tribute show to Phoebe Washer opens this Saturday at the POVEvolving Gallery in Los Angeles. A few of her keys paintings and sculptures will be at the show, as well as work by “Attaboy, Huck G, Will Smith, Todd Barricklow, Leigh Barbier, David Best
and Phoebe’s special protege Stella Brown” who will create works that will benefit the “newly formed Phoebe Washer Foundation for the Arts.” Limited edition prints of some of her works will also be at the show. The reception is from 7-11 pm. Check it out here: POVevolving.com
Also opening this Saturday is a a show featuring the work of Caia Koopman & Mark Gleason. Check out the show here, when it shows up, laluzdejesus.com
Finally at the Hive Gallery a group show with the focus being on new work by Scott Saw & Ken Dougherty. I’m a big fan of Ken’s work, and from what it looks like, he has a good amount of work at the show and prices are very nice. All of the work from the show is online for your viewing pleasure. Check it out here: Hivegallery.com