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Killin' It 10: Anno Domini Gallery

If you are in San Jose and looking for some cool gifts for Christmas stop into the the Anno Domini Gallery December 4th at 8 p.m.  50 artists from around the world including myself have work for sale there.  It's all smaller pieces, nothing over 12" x 12" on sale for $250 or less. 

50 artists from around the world have created hundreds of works of art for this highly anticipated annual exhibition and sale. These artists were invited based on their unique artistic vision and contribution to urban/contemporary arts and culture. Each artist has submitted up to 10 works of original art, all affordably priced at $250 or less.

Exhibition & Sale Opens: First Friday, December 4, 2009
8pm til late, free and open to the public
On view through January 16, 2010

Participating Artists:

1911, Rimini,Italy
Aitch, Berlin, Germany
Alexandre Anjo, Santo André, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Miguel Arias (Argumentativa), San Francisco, CA
Christine Benjamin, San Jose, CA
Benjamin de Brousse, Paris, France
Cake, New York, NY
Mia Christopher, San Francisco, CA
Kimberly Cook, San Jose, CA
Scott Bergey, Toronto, Canada
Don John, Aarhus, Denmark
Dimitri Drjuchin, New York City, NY
Danielle Duer, Nashville TN
Bill Dunlap, Cumberland, MD
Mike Egan, Pittsburgh, PA
Kiersten Essenpreis, Brooklyn, NY
Lia Fenix - Sao Paulo, Brazil
Katelan Foisy, Astoria, NY
Foma<3, Tel Aviv, Israel
Curro Gómez, Mexico City, Mexico
Andy Gouveia, San Francisco, CA
Alvin P. Gregorio, Boulder, CO
Keith Greiman, Philadelphia, PA
Know Hope, Tel Aviv, Israel
Jean Spezial Collective, Paris, France
Mitchell Kehe, Brooklyn, NY
Julian Kimmings, Chester, Cheshire UK
KLONE, Tel Aviv, Israel
Daniel Jesse Lewis, Oakland, CA
Jeremiah Maddock, New York, NY
Devin McGrath, New York, NY
Wendell McShine, Mexico City, Mexico
Ginger Markley, Berkeley, CA
Binho Martins - Americana/Sao Paulo
Crystal Morey, Oakland, CA
Gabby Nathan, Tel Aviv, Israel
Virgilio Neto, Brasilia, Brazil
Rodrigo Obranco, Sao Paulo, Brazil
OZI - Sao Paulo, Brazil
Kyle Pellet, San Jose, CA
Pulpo Corporate, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Roseau, Lorient, France
Blaise Rosenthal, Santa Cruz, CA
Saddo, Berlin, Germany
Mario Scorzelli, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Amanda Spicer, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Barron Storey, San Francisco, CA
Various & Gould, Berlin, Germany
Porous Walker, Owltooth, CA
Jerry Waese, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Jake Watling, Oakland, CA, USA
Derek Weisberg, Oakland, CA
Paola Zakimi, Villa Giardino, Cordoba, Argentina
Zero Cents, Tel Aviv, Israel


En Gypsy Couture 05: Time Out

It's been non-stop for the past month and doesn't look like it's going to slow up anytime soon.  Next weekend brings Thanksgiving which means I'll be taking a breather in MA.  And by taking a breather, it basically means I'll be catching up on my writing. 

Amazing things have happened this week.  I recently shot with Joseph W. Carey who is a wonderful photographer and someone I can see working with on a regular basis.  I also just sent a box of small paintings to the Anno Domini Gallery in San Jose.  So if you are in town the month of December check out my work as well as the other talented artists that are participating in the show and get some of your Christmas shopping out of the way.

Been thinking a lot lately about how I was brought up and how my parents interests have shaped me as well as other family members. You can thank my friend Warren and "Shivering Sands" for that. ( It's a good thing.) I grew up around horse racing, drumsets, rock n' roll, classical, publishing, mystics,and home businesses.  My Grandparents started the "Horseman's Yankee Pedlar", I believe in the 70's and sold it during the 80's.  My Grandfather was a horseracer who's gelding "Good Luck Boulder" won him race after race.  Rumor has it when I was born he bought me a pony but I was so allergic my family had to sell it.  It didn't stop me from riding though, neither did the fact that I wasn't very good at it, but I digress, my grandparents started a newspaper and my parents worked for them during the day.  In the evenings my parents would attend corvette parties.  My Dad was a corvette enthusiast and started Vette n' USA.  That lasted throughout the 70's and into the early 80's.  It may still be around.  I'm not to good at keeping track of these things but I know he's not the publisher of it any longer. He also played and still does play the drums.  My Mom worked with both of these publications as well as writing and painting, she even caught the eye of Playboy scouts who were in town with Barbi Benton and  asked her to pose in Playboy mid 70's.  She declined the offer.  My Mother's Mother was a healer and came from a long line of witches. My Father's Grandmother held seances in her home, her best friend was a Hollywood starlet and they grew up in Grammercy Park.  Her mother married a movie producer and became a socialite.  Do you see where this is going?  I have become all of them, a publisher, a model, artist, and sometimes socialite who dates the occasional drummer, their body maps engraved into me. 

But I don't think any one of them had a leopard print coat or a choak chain collar.  Somewhere down the line the map took a sharp turn, ran into a rough patch, and found punk rock, junk, and any other drama it could find.  I'm glad to be out of the mud now but damn, the fashion stayed with me.

I have to finish some layouts now, deadlines slowly tick away.  I hope at least some of this made sense.  If not we'll just blame the sleep deprived girl staring at the computer and the soft clicking of computer keys.

Currently reading Tony O' Neill's "Down and Out On Murder Mile"

Current Soundtrack: The Germs

I apologize for the atrocious grammar and any spelling errors.  I'm so tired my eyes are starting to cross.