Monday, August 2, 2010

jonathan levine exhibition



This Wednesday, the 4th, is the opening for Jonathan Levine Gallery's Annual Summer Invitational Show. I will be in New York City for the event and would love some company so please drop by for your daily dose of art. Below is 1 of my 3 contributions:

If the World Keeps Churning, Turning - acrylic & color pencil, 13x16"
(Life is an intentional leap through a breath of accidents.)


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See you in the Big Apple.

13 comments:

  1. Have fun in the big apple! Word of advice, since you'll probably be moving around using the subway system - and you'll probably end up taking the #1 train to get to the gallery unless somebody's driving you (I've been to it, and had to take that one train all throughout high school) - avoid it during rush hours. you'll feel like packed sardines.

    Lovely piece!

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  2. that's tomorrow! i wish i could go but i will be at a red socks game with my family. are you going to be doing any other shows in the new york or new england area?

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  3. I was wondering how long did it take you to sketch this piece? I really love your style! It's very soft and beautiful, elegant even. I am aspiring to become an illustrator! If there is any tips you can give me, I would appreciate it.

    -Natalie,
    Puerto Rico.

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  4. Awesome, I love this, the detail is great as well as the whole concept

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  5. A beautiful piece indeed!!!

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  6. I saw it on Arrested Motion website. It's too bad I couldn't make it to the opening, but I think I'll visit the gallery this weekend. Lovely piece

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  7. The show was spectacular! Thanks you, guys.

    hoborobot24: I don't have any shows in NY or England anytime soon but I'll keep you posted if I do.

    Natalie: Sketching up concepts always take a long time for me, maybe several days. I think the best tip I can give you is to make sure your concepts are given priority. Its narrative aspect is the most important, to me at least.

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  8. GAAAAAH HOW DID I MISS THIS!!!??? I'm...I'm so sad I saw this only now, I would have totally been up there to support you... :(

    I'm glad to hear the show was great though. Is it still up?

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  9. Really, really, really love this. Very nice.

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  10. Thank you so much for answering my question! I will apply it for future projects! I can't wait to work! :)

    Natalie,
    Puerto Rico

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  11. I am not sure who made the cover, well potser for exhibition, but i love that image!

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