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Andy Kehoe 2 for 1 print sale

Andy Kehoe is getting ready for his exhibition at the Jonathan Levine Gallery, and in order to help pay for the shipping expenses he is having a print sale. Get any two prints from his Etsy shop for the price of one, saving you $40.

Head on over and take a look at the prints and pick your favorites. Andy Kehoe Print Sale


The Lowbrow Art Sale: Jan 13th

This weeks article features prints by Krista Huot, Alex Pardee, Ben Tour, Van Arno & Andy Kehoe. Check it out Here

“The Cost of Modern Living” print by Andy Kehoe

Andy Kehoe has just released a new print onto his Etsy shop. The print is 12″ x 16″, signed and numbered in an edition of 40. It’s also on my favorite paper, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm paper. I remember seeing this painting a bit back and loving that blue against the ochre like colors that he used throughout the piece. It’s very striking, quite possibly my favorite work from him so far.

If you look around the shop you will also see a new print available from Ben Kehoe, “Loner Days”. It’s also 12″ x16″, signed and numbered in an edition of 40. Check em out here:

Andy Kehoe on Etsy

“The Lowbrow Art Sale” Sept 16th

This weeks article features prints by Shepard Fairey, Lesley Reppeteaux, Mari Inukai, And Kehoe, Camilla D’Errico & Jason Pultz. Check it out Here

“After the Flood, Trust Waivers”, new print by Andy Kehoe

Andy Kehoe has released a new print, one that many of his fans have been asking for. The print is entitled “After the Flood, Trust Waivers”, and is 16″ x 12″ on the very desirable Hahnemuhle Photo Rag paper. This print is limited to an edition of 25, signed and numbered.

I really love the minimalistic background on this one. It causes your eye to shoot right for the main creature in the piece. Then you eye starts freakin out on the detail of all the tiny branches that comprise that massive head. Killer work. Head on over and pick one of these prints up, before they are all gone.
Andy Kehoe Etsy Store

Shows this weekend: Amanda Visell & “Everyone in Together”

Here is the rundown of the shows this weekend:

The big one in San Francisco this weekend is the huge group show ‘Everyone in Together” at the Gallery 1988 SF location. The show features work by Aaron Jasinski, Cherri Wood, Erik Abel, Jonathan Bergeron, Krista Huot, Mike Shine, Noferin, Allison Torneros, Chrystal Chan, Andy Kehoe, Andrew Bell, Chris Murray, Nate Frizzell, Megan Kimber, El Maz, Chet Zar, Yoskay Yamamoto as well as two artists previously shown on the Creep Machine: Skaffa and Anne-Julie Aubrey. The show looks amazing, and I hope to be able to see it in person in the next week. The art for the show is online, so check it out. Gallery 1988 SF

This Saturday at the M Modern Gallery is “Tic Toc Apocalypse”, the solo show of Amanda Vissell.
Check out the show, M Modern Gallery

At the Joshua Liner Gallery is two solo shows, “Seasons of Change” by Jeremy Fish and “Side Effects” by Josh Keyes. Both of the shows are online to view, and the artwork looks amazing. I especially like the frames that Jeremy used on some of his works. Check it out. Joshua Liner Gallery

Also this Saturday from Noon to midnight is “Ripple: Art Affecting Oceans”, Erik Abel joins with Art Whino and DC Surfrider for this fundraiser. At 6 will be the reception for a solo show by Erik Abel as well as featuring the work of 4 new artists: Joshua Krause, Spencer Reynolds, Dustin Oritz & Scott Szegeski. Check it out here: Art Whino Gallery