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Preview: “Twin Peaks; Fire Walk With Me” Group Show @ Copro Gallery

Opening this Saturday, April 21st, at the Copro Gallery in Santa Monica is a new group show entitled Twin Peaks; Fire Walk With Me
20th Anniversary Group Art Exhibition
. A year ago in February, Clifton’s Brookdale hosted In the Trees: Twin Peaks 20th Anniversary Art Exhibition, which had some amazing artwork (seen here), and many of he artists from that round will be seen in this latest exhibition. Martin Wittfooth, Glenn Barr, Chris Berens, Brett Amory, Chris Mars, Dan May, Chris Buzelli, Billy Norrby, Nicoletta Ceccoli, Esao Andrews, Lori Earley, Brian Viveros, Ryan Heshka, Scott C, Chet Zar, Paul Chatem, Stella Im Hultberg, and many more.

There is some very strong work in this exhibition, I was especially intrigued with the paintings by Billy Norrby, Glenn Barr, and Dan Quintana. Stella Im Hultberg submitted another beautiful painting, and I was happy see a landscape by Chris Peters. The stand out piece for me was Deliverance by Lori Earley (seen first). I was a great surprise to see Lori submit a digital painting that had some oil, acrylic, and mixed media embellishments to it. The more I looked at it I could see her style peek out, but the overall work is a new direction that I really hope she continues with. During the reception there will be a limited edition print available of this painting, un-embellished, signed and numbered in an edition of 20. This is bound to be a mind-blowing exhibition, so if your in the area make sure to stop by, otherwise check out the preview images and then over to the website.

“Twin Peaks; Fire Walk With Me” @ Copro Gallery

Preview: La Luz de Jesus 25

La Luz de Jesus is turning 25 soon, and to celebrate the galleries is having a massive group show, featuring three generations of artists that have shown with the gallery. Not only have more than 200 artists submitted a work of art, but also a small anecdote about their experience with the gallery. There is no doubt that La Luz de Jesus has been a major force in this art scene, and has helped to push many artists into the spotlight. Along with the exhibition a book will be released, going over the past 25 years of the gallery and the surrounding art movements that helped it along. I know I say this quite a lot, but this is one of those shows that you should not miss. I firmly believe that all art should be seen in person, but how often do you get to see so many amazing artists in one show? Robert Williams, Joe Coleman, Mark Ryden, Glenn Barr, Elizabeth McGrath, Gary Panter, Mark Mothersbaugh, Marion Peck, Owen Smith, Frank Kozik, Gail Potocki, Dave Cooper, Daniel Martin Diaz, Laurie Lipton, Shag, Scott Musgrove, Gary Baseman, Tim Biskup, Joe Sorren, Chris Mars, Eric White, The Pizz, Jessica Joslin, Gary Baseman, Bob Dob, Clayton Brothers, Shepard Fairey, Jennybird Alcantra, Carrie Anne Baade, Ana Bagayan, Shawn Barber, Scott G Brooks, Matt Groening, Charlie Immer, Michael Hussar, and the list keeps going.
The show will be in two parts, with the first part opening on October 7th, and the second part opening November 4th. The entire show with all of the works from both parts is now online to view, so head on over after to preview and take a look. There is some outstanding work in this show. Below are just a few of my favorites.

La Luz de Jesus 25

Prints: “Episode 9″ by Glenn Barr @ 1xRun

1xRun is getting to drop a new limited edition print by Glenn Barr. I’m always happy to see new prints from Glenn Barr, and this one is a print that fans should not pass up. Not only only is this print a very generous size coming in at 18″ x 22″, but the giclee print also has a screen-printed addition to it as well (the Episode 9) area. Along with the print you get a copy of the latest edition of HEEP, which has been out of print for the past 11 years. HEEP #4 is a 16 page book filled with drawings by Glenn. The print is limited to a max edition of 75.

Glenn Barr @

Preview: “Faces” by Glenn Barr @ La Luz de Jesus

Opening this Friday night, June 3rd at the La Luz de Jesus gallery is a new solo show and book release signing by Glenn Barr. The show is entitled “Faces”, which is also the name for Glenn’s new book. This new show “explores the images that permeate our collective consciousness and define the iconic”. Glenn used found wood materials instead of canvas, something he would do when he first started painting. This found wood has more personality, and goes along with this theme of creating images that permeate the mind. The book signing starts at 7pm, and the reception goes from 8-11pm. This is such an amazing show. The colors Glenn uses, as well as the mix of his stylized paintings and his more realistic works really help to make this a strong show.

Glenn Barr @ La Luz de Jesus

“Lyric” group show @ 323 East Gallery

323 Gallery recently opened a show curated by Glenn Barr that features art inspired by music. It seems like it has been quite a long time since a show like this has come around, hopefully this show and the “INLE” show curated by Craola will signal a new trend towards art and books, instead of movies and pop-culture mashups. Not that I don’t like those kinds of shows, but it would be nice for some more variety. “Lyric” opened on March 19th and will run until April 19th. Glenn Barr has assembled a greta list of artists such as: Jeff Soto, William Wray, Bask, Chris Recarrdi, Rick Morris, Gary Taxali, Chet Zar, Brandt Peters, Kathie Olivas, Yumiko Kayukawa, Camilla D’Errico, Brandi Milne, Lisa Petrucci, and more. After the preview images head on over and check out he full show.

323East Gallery

“Vinyl Girl” print by Glenn Barr @ 1xrun

1xrun has been really cranking out the amazing prints lately. Working along with Flavorpill, they are now dropping prints on Friday, such as “Hair Dress” by Serge Gay Jr, and “Man from Topanga” by Dave Kinsey coming this Friday. This past monday they released a print a new screen-print by Glenn Barr. This is the second print they have released by Barr, and let’s hope it’s not the last. The print is entitled “Vinyl Girl” and is 16″ x 25″, 5 color silkscreen on 140lb Mr French Paper, signed and numbered in a max edition of 75.

Get it here:

“In The Trees: TWIN PEAKS 20th Anniversary Art Exhibition”

Opening tonight, February 12th, in Los Angeles at Clifton’s Brookdale is a group show dedicated to David Lynch’s cult television series “Twin Peaks”. The show will feature work by Glenn Barr, Tim Biskup, Scott Campbell, Paul Chatem, Ryan Heshka, Stella Im Hultberg, Ashley Wood, Jessica Joslin, Chris Mars, Liz McGrath, Eric White, and more. Clifton’s Brookdale is a very unique restaurant, however the artwork for the show has been placed online so those of us that aren’t able to make it to the show, and grab some food, will be able to check of some of this outstanding work. I really like what Stella Im Hultberg came up with, the contrast and colors are perfect.

Check out the full show and details here: Twin Peaks

Books: “Faces” by Glenn Barr

Coming this Spring from Last Gasp and La Luz de Jesus is a new hardcover book featuring the work of Glenn Barr. This new book is entitled “Faces” and as you can imagine is all about portrait work/figurative work. Here are a couple preview shot of what will be in the book. Once the book is ready to purchase we’ll have the new here, and hopefully if there us any signings planned.

Dark Pop 3.0 @ Last Rites Gallery

Last Saturday, January 15th, the Last Rites Gallery in New York opened the 3rd installment of the Dark Pop exhibitions. The artists in these shows focus their work towards the darker side of art, so fans are able to see artists that rarely make dark art create something truly unique. This year the participating artists include Buff Monster, Esao Andrews, Scott Musgrove, Mark Dean Veca, Daniel Hyun Lim, Glenn Barr, the Pizz, Brian Despain, Mr Christopher, Beau Stanton, Molly Crabapple, Michael Page, Mark Elliot, Mark Garro, Gaia, Nouar, Amy Crehore and more. One of the most surprising things about this show is new art from Mr Christopher (featured), who long time readers may remember as a monthly featured artist here on the Creep as well as submitting an amazing painting to the Attack of the B Movie show I curated years ago. I am very happy to see that Mr. Christopher is creating art again. Nouar once again creates a fun, creepy painting. Who else could show a woman biting the head off a chicken, and make it look amazing.

Check out the full show here: Dark Pop 3 @ Last Rites Gallery

New prints by Glenn Barr

Glenn Barr has added some new prints to his online shop. One of the new prints comes from the painting Glenn contributed to the Playboy Redux exhibition. I’m glad that the Playboy piece has been turned into a giclee print, it’s an amazing image. ‘Summer’ is also a greta looking print, and very affordable. Glenn Barr Online Shop

Golden Martini
24″x 16.5″, giclee edition of 50 with COA

Sibyls of the Valley
20″x 32″, offset print edition of 200

9″ x 12, giclee edition of 35

Preview: Playboy Redux II @ Copro Nason

Opening this Saturday, December 18th at Copro Nason is the second showing of the Playboy Redux Group Exhibition. The first showing was at Rotofugi Gallery, and from the looks of it there is a few new artists added to the show this time around. This second showing will feature work by Bob Doucette, Glenn Barr, Isabel Samaras, Frank Kozik, Tara McPherson, Brian Viveros, Scott Anderson, TIN, Vincent Cacciotti, Luke Chueh, Dan Quintana, Keith Weesner, William Wray, Gary Baseman, Leslie Ditto, Lisa Petrucci, Lang Leav, Brian Ewing, Andrew Schoultz, Shaunna Peterson, Jennybird Alcantra, Ken Keirns, Ain Cocke, Jeremiah Ketner, Travis Lampe, Anthony Ausgang, R. Black, Jeremy Tinder, Erik Alos, Bonni Reid, Mark Bodnar, Nouar, Shag, and more. I like Bob Doucette’s painting, with inspiration taken from “Venus Anadyomène” by Ingres. I also really like what William Wray, Leslie Ditto, Glenn Barr, and Ken Keirns created. Take a look at the preview and then over to the galleries page for the full show.

Playboy Redux II @ Corpo Gallery

“Subtleties of Character” @ WWA Gallery

Omn Thursday, December 10th, a group show curated by Dan Barry entitled “Subtleties of Character” opened at the WWA Gallery. This group show features artwork by Glenn Barr, Ana Bagayan, Matt Dangler, Richard J Frost, Jeremiah Ketner, Luis Lorenzana, Mia Makila, Buddy Nestor, Kevin Peterson, Saratoga Sake, Nouar, Jittagarn Kaewtinkoy, and many more. There is some really great work in this show, I was happy to see some drawings by Buddy Nestor. His drawing style is just as captivating as his paintings, I hope he releases some more drawings soon as these ones sold out very fast. I also really liked Glenn Barr’s “Idyll Worship”, and it just so happens that Glenn has a print of the study over at his shop (here).

Check out the full show: “Subtleties of Character” @ WWA Gallery