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Prints: “Love Never Dies” by Kevin Llewellyn

Kevin Llewellyn recently finished a new painting entitled “Love Never Dies”, a new addition to the foetal skull series, and now the image is available as a limited edition print. The print is 17″ x 13″, signed and numbered in red pencil in an edition of 25. Fans also have the option to purchase the print along with the first 2 foetal prints, although there are very few of those left.

Get it here: Kevin Llewellyn Shop

Foetal Skull prints by Kevin Llewellyn

Kevin Llewellyn has added two new prints to his online shop, the first time that such prints have been available by the artists. The prints are entitled “Foetal Skull of Nacency” and “Lust For Life”. They are both 17″ x 13″, signed and numbered in editions of 25. You also have the ability to buy the prints as a set and save $50. There are beautiful looking prints, and I can imagine it would be hard to not want to by them as set.

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New prints by Kevin Llewellyn

Kevin Llewellyn has just opened an online store and filled it with not only prints, but a postcard set, and catalogue from his solo show “The Unsaid” that took place at Kat Von D’s Wonderland Gallery. The postcard set features 8, 5″ x 7″ postcards for $13. The Catalogue is 12″ x 9″, softcover and 48 pages for $25 each. There is also four new prints, that surprisingly have not sold out yet. Take a look at the details and then head on over to the new store.
Kevin Llewellyn Online Shop

Lacrimosa
40″ x 46″, Edition of 40 Signed and Numbered

The Virgin Mary
42″ x 25″, Edition of 20 Signed and Numbered

Victoria of Amsterdam
22″ x 17″, Edition of 30 Signed and Numbered

Kat Von D
24″ x 20″, Edition of 100 Signed and Numbered

“Live Fast, Die Young” print by Kevin Llewellyn

Coming out of his latest solo show, “The Unsaid” (featured), Kevin Llewellyn has just released a limited edition print. “Live Fast, Die Young” is a generous 31″ x 24″, signed and numbered in an edition of only 13. Since it is rare that Llewellyn releases any prints, I don’t imagine this one will last long at all. It also doesn’t hurt that the image in the print is killer looking.

Get it here: Kevin Llewellyn Store

Kevin Llewellyn’s “The Unsaid” @ Wonderland Gallery

This past September 2nd at the Wonderland Gallery (started by Kat Von D) Kevin Llewellyn had his latest, long awaited solo exhibition entitled “The Unsaid”. Kevin has an amazing style, and I would often visit his website in hopes that something new would pop up. This new show features 20+ works, a few of them are older pieces, but each one of them is outstanding. This is really one of those shows that I wish I was able to see in person. It’s been almost a month now, and aside from the random photos that have shown up on Flickr, or Twitter, the show has now been put up on the galleries website. The baroque style frames he uses look perfect, and quite a few times the dominant color in the painting finds it way onto the frame itself.

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Shows this weekend: Andrew Bell, Gary Baseman & Gag Me With A Toon

Here is the list of exhibitions that will be opening this weekend

Friday:
La Luz de Jesus will open a show with new works from Lyle Motley, Miss Mindy, Lauren Gardiner and Jessica Cooper

Cave Gallery opens “Brush Fire”, a group show featuring work by Amy Botello, Chet Zar, Anthony Clarkson, Cate Rangel, Tatiana Suarez, Terri Woodward and more. The featured artist is Gene Guynn.

Rotofugi will open “Common Nonsense”, New works by Ken Keirns & Scott Tolleson

Gallery 1988 SF will be hosting “Beyond the Page”, a group show inspired by children’s books. Anne-Julie Aubrey, Casey Weldon, Catherine Brooks, Chrystal Chan, Gene Guynn, Isaac Pierro, Jason Limon, Jeff McMillan, Jonathan Bergeron, Leanne Biank, Megan Kimber, Melissa Haslam, Nicoletta Ceccoli and many more.

Definition Gallery will open “The Quantum Exhibit” featuring work by Leslie Ditto, Sylvia Ortiz, Gilbert Oh, Michael Forbes, Amy Botello, Se7en, Patrick Fatica, Luis Lorenzana, Jasmine Worth, Kelly McKernan, Kelly X & Sid Watters

Saturday:
Melt Gallery will open “Gag me with a Toon”. A show curated by Steven Daily and will feature work by Alex Pardee, Bob Dob, DANNI SHINYA LUO, Dan Quinata, Jim Mahfood, Jonathan Wayshak, Kevin Llewellyn, Lola, El Maz, Tara McPherson, Th Chung, Travis Louie and more.

Corey Helford Gallery. “La Noche de la Fusion” is a new solo show from Gary Baseman

Crewest will open “Canceptual [v.3]” featuring work by Dave MacDowell, Smear, Downer, Man One, Revel, Shark Toof, and many, many more

Subliminal Projects will open “Ego, Addiction & Other Bedtime Stories” featuring new works from Sam Flores

Rivert Gallery will open “It’s What’s Inside That Counts” a solo show featuring the work of Andrew Bell

Photos: “Draw” @ Shooting Gallery SF

This past weekend the “Draw” exhibition opened at the Shooting Gallery in SF. The show was curated by Erik Foss and Curse Mackey, and contained no less than 360 works of art. It was intense to see that much work dominating the wall space in the gallery. That coupled with the horde of people that stormed into the gallery right when the show started, it was almost too much to handle. They had a pamphlet that had all the works of art listed so it was just a matter or matching up the numbers. I found out about so many new artists, and saw work from some all time favorites like Glenn Barr, Shawn Barber (Shown), Van Arno, Kevin llewellyn, Jonathan Weiner and even from some unexpected ones like Gibby Haynes, David Byrne, HR Giger and Jonathan Levine.

I took a bunch of pics from the show, but as you can imagine it was hard to grab all of them. So head on over to the Creep Flickr account to see what I was able to grab.
Draw @ Creep Flickr

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Shows this weekend: “Run Rabbit, Run”, “Haute Epoch” & “Draw”

Here is the list of shows opening up this weekend, looks like it’s going to be one of the busy ones.

Friday:
Double Punch will open “The Right Place”, a group show featuring new works by Kelly Tunstall, Scott Barry, Ryan Bubnis & Alexei Vella.

Rotofugi will host “Flower Parade”, a duo show featuring new works by Jeremiah Ketner and Julie West

Thinkspace Gallery will be opening “Run Rabbit, Run” the latest solo show of Brandi Milne. Also in the project room will be “trouble, clearly” by Cherri Wood and “BLOOD & STEEL” by Alex Garcia. I love Brandi’s new work.

Roq La Rue will be debuting two new shows, “Hiding Out” by Nathan Ota and “The Casual Calamity” by Anthony Pontius.

Saturday:
Gallery Nucleus opens up Grafuck 4 art exhibit and book release.

Black Maria Gallery will be opening “Spring Bazaar”, featuring new works by Juri Ueda, Jamie Fales, Julie Nishioka, Jenna Colby & Tsai-fi. One the project wall will be new works by Saratoga Sake.

Distinction Art will open “Tractus Secretum”, the latest solo exhibition of Aaron Jasinski.

Lebasse Projects will open “Future Perfect” from Tessar Lo & “Lost In Light” from Eric Fortune. The new works from Eric are amazing.

Corey Helford Gallery is opening “Haute Epoch”, the latest solo show of Sylvia Ji. Two limited edition prints will be available at the show.

Shooting Gallery will open “Draw”, a group show curated by Erik Foss and Curse Mackey and featuring work by Adam Wallacavage, Alex Grey, Ben Tolman, Bob Tyrrell, Clive Barker, Colin Christian, D*Face, Dalek, David Hochbaum, David Choong Lee, David Stoupakis, Derek Hess, Eric White, Fred Harper, Gary Baseman, Gibby Haynes, Glenn Barr, Guy Aitchison, HR Giger, Jad Fair, Jason D’Aquino, Jeff McMillan, Joey Remmers, John John Jesse, Jonathan LeVine, Jonathan Weiner, Katy Horan, Kelly Tunstall, Kevin Llewellyn, Kim Saigh, KRK Ryden/Mark Mothersbaugh, Mark Dean Veca, Michael Hussar, Mike Giant, Mike Maxwell, Paper Monster, Paul Chatem, Richard Colman, Richard Serra, Ron English, Sam Flores, Scott Campbell, Shepard Fairey and daughter Vivienne, Tara McPherson, Tim Biskup, Travis Louie, Van Arno, Vincent Castiglia and many many more.

White Walls right next door will have “Waiting For Ararat”, with new works from Caleb Neelon and Mike Shine. Then right upstairs at the Gallery Three, will be “Winner Warz” Solo Exhibit and Installation by Adam Flores

Kent Williams Solo show at MKGallery now online

The always amazing Kent Williams currently has a solo show going on at the MERRY KARNOWSKY GALLERY in Berlin and Los Angeles. The work doesn’t look like it is on the MkGallery website, but Kent has put all of the work on his own site. It can all be found under the paintings and drawings section.

I am blown away by these new works, I really love the way that he handles paint and the slightly stylized forms of the figures in his works. Here are just a few of the paintings that he has in the show. My favorite being “Kevin Llewelly as Queen Elizabeth I” (last shown).

Head on over to his site to check out the new work. Kentwilliams.com


aotd: “Reclining in White” by Jeremy Lipking

Well, I started my classes this past week and am taking my first oil painting class. I have painted in watercolors and acrylics before, but never oils. I now have a major appreciation for those that can use them, not like I wasn’t completely mesmerized before.

So, while waiting for paint to day I went out looking for oil paintings that made me truly appreciate how far I have to go. There is of course Michael Hussar, Kevin Llewellyn, Sean Cheetham and today’s featured art by Jeremy Lipking. The piece shown here is beautiful in every way, I really wish I was able to see this in person, as these little internet pics remove so much of the experience of looking at art. The nightgown and its transparency is amazing. Jeremy has a DVD out that shows how he paints, and there is also this little step by step if you want to take a look. Lipking Step by Step

Head on over to his homepage to see more work, and order a dvd or book if you wish, I’m saving for the dvd as well.
JeremyLipking.com