Photos by G. Art by Jeremy Dower.
“Detritus” by Jeremy Dower
Head over to Bold Hype Gallery in New York to see new works by Jeremy Dower in an exhibit called “Detritus.”
This exhibit is quite a departure from Dower’s last exhibit “Canis Mortuus Familiaris,” but you’ll love the works just the same.
Intuitive Geometry by Jeremy Dower
“Detritus” by Jeremy Dower is on display at Bold Hype Gallery (located at 547 W 27th St, 5th floor) in New York through May 18, 2013.
Jeremy Dower – Partial Gallery View
Photos by G. Various Artists.
Cape Queer – Dave Mc Dowell
I have mostly bad news for you if you like the images you see in this post. Over the weekend of April 20, 2013, Bold Hype Gallery hosted a 2 night only tribute show featuring artists renditions of their favorite Martin Scorsese films/characters/interpretations. The show was really cool. The bad news is that like I said above, the show only ran for 2 days and is now closed.
154 Hopper Ave by Bethany Marchman
However, you can enjoy these images until the end of time (or until my blog license comes up for renewal).
Travis Bickle by Greg Gossel
You can see even more Travis Bickle interpretations at The Worley Gig.
Photos by G. Various Artists.
Seducer by Eric Eyeball Richardson
New York! The first awesome group show of 2013 is here! “Far Away, So Close” at Bold Hype in Chelsea features art from Cory Benhatzel, William Heerey, Douglas Hoffman, David Hoskins, Jason Limon, Sean Morris, Juan Muniz, Johannah O’Donnell, Sidney Pink, Eric Richardson, Bob Camp, Rafael Santiago, Scott Scheidly and Nathan Spoor.
Bob Camp in front of his art
Preemptive Nostalgia by Scott Scheidly
The exhibit runs through February 10, 2013.
Intermissions by Nathan Spoor
Bold Hype is located at 547 West 27th Street, 5th Floor in Manhattan.
Photos by G. Art by Beau Stanton.
"The Reclamation" by Beau Stanton
New York! Head over to Bold Hype Gallery in Chelsea to see a really cool exhibit of new works by Beau Stanton called “Archaic Ornaments.” Beau Stanton, a protegé of Street Art god Ron English, mixes oil painting and screen printing in his solo show and the results are fantastic.
Partial Gallery View
Around 20 works are on display at the gallery and the detail and precision of the works are very impressive. The works are visual alchemy that could only be created from the mind of Beau Stanton. You can read an interview that Beau did with Juxtapoz Magazine where he talks about the exhibit here.
Deus Ex Machina by Beau Stanton
Don’t miss “Archaic Ornaments” by Beau Stanton which is showing at Bold Hype Gallery in New York (located at 547 West 27th Street, 5th Floor) though May 5, 2012.
Photos by G. Art by Nathan Spoor.
Phantom Passport by Nathan Spoor. Now showing at Bold Hype Gallery in NYC through June 4, 2011.
“Phantom Passport” by Nathan Spoor is now showing at the Bold Hype Gallery in New York. The Los Angeles based artist has created worlds that you don’t need a passport to enter. However, I should warn you that once your mind takes a trip to the places Spoor has created, you’re not going to want to come back. There’s so much going on in every painting and when you see the vivid colors and detail in person, you’ll be wowed. You never know what to expect in each painting as you’ll find elements of both joy and sorrow in his works. One thing can be expected though – you’ll be able to stare at each painting for a long time and still discover new elements in them.
Also on display is an exhibit of sculptures called “New Dimensions,” featuring art from Colin Christian, Chet Zar, Martin Wittfooth, Chris Ryniak, Brian Despain, Jason Freeny, Andrew Bell, Doctor A, Jason Limon, Amanda Spayd, Nicole Gastonguay, Douglas Hoffman and Debra Broz.
New Dimensions at Bold Hype Gallery.
“Phantom Passport” by Nathan Spoor and “New Dimensions” by Various Artists are now showing at the Bold Hype Gallery (located at 547 West 27th Street, 5th Floor) in New York through June 3, 2011.
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