“Made For You And Me” by Mark Dean Veca at Christin Tierney

Posted by The G on February 1, 2013 under Artsy Fartsy, Encounters with G | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Mark Dean Veca.

Mark Dean Veca - Made For You and Me

Mark Dean Veca – Made For You and Me

Check out new works from Mark Dean Veca at the exhibit “Made For You and Me” at Christin Tierney in New York.  I was first exposed to Mark Dean Veca’s work in 2009 and I’ve been following his career ever since.

Mark Dean Veca

Mark Dean Veca

These works are fairly large in person and their surrealistic nature cannot be seen in photographs, so it’s suggested you view these works with your own eyes!

Mark Dean Veca

Mark Dean Veca

“Made For You And Me” by Mark Dean Veca is showing at Christin Tierney (located at in Manhattan through March 9, 2013.

I met the artist and his son was kind enough to take a photo of us in front of one of Mark’s works.  See it after the jump.

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South Park Art Exhibit at the Opera Gallery, NYC

Posted by The G on March 31, 2011 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

He's Bad by Colin Christian

He's Bad by Colin Christian

New York “South Park” fans, you’re going to love what I am about to tell you!  The Opera Gallery in New York (located at 115 Spring Street) is celebrating 15 years of “South Park” being on the air.  15 artists have created “South Park”-themed art and as you can see, this is not an exhibit you should miss.  The artists featured are Ad Hoc Collective, Colin Christian, Sas Christian, Ron English, Mars English, Clark Fox, Naoto Hattori, Kano, Kid Zoom, Kathie Olivas, Greg Craola Simkins, Beau Stanton, Jordan Sotomayor, Trustocorp, Mark Dean Veca, Lindsay Way and Dave White.  The above piece by Colin Christian of Cartman is made out of fiberglass and is enormous!  That’s better than a box of Cheezy Poofs, according2g.

Last Supper In South Park by Ron English

Last Supper In South Park by Ron English

Howdy Ho Jesus by Mark Dean Veca

Howdy Ho Jesus by Mark Dean Veca

The exhibit runs until April 10, 2011.

Mark Dean Veca – As Cold As They Come

Posted by The G on September 14, 2009 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

On September 12, 2009, I attended the opening of Brooklyn-based artist Mark Dean Veca’s latest exhibit “As Cold As They Come,” at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in Manhattan. It was so cool!  I’ll let the pictures speak to you instead of me, so enjoy them!

Mark Dean Veca - As Cold As They Come @ the Jonathan LeVine Gallery.  Now through October 10, 2009!

Mark Dean Veca - As Cold As They Come @ the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Now through October 10, 2009!

More awesomeness after the jump.

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