We were fortunate enough to have New York Street Artist MR. PRVRT do an amazing piece on one of our garage doors. The process video above was captured by Craig Shimala. Let’s get to know him a little bit more!
In a sense, Lea Rizzo considers this show as an event which brings her Rochester experience full-circle. “When I moved here from Atlanta about ten years ago,” she says, “I regularly showed at Bug Jar with other artists, and spent a lot of time there.”
For the past eight years, Rizzo has established herself as a phenomenal tattoo artist, translating customer’s desires from concept to flesh at Lady Luck’s parlor in Canandaigua. Over the past few years she’s been part of the impressive crew, The Sweet Meat Co., known for their collaborative installations which transform empty spaces into separate worlds with little more than salvaged items, paint, and a load of imagination.
I am writing to announce a new art installation entitled “Spyglass” which will be held in May, 2012 (Location TBA). The intent of this exhibit is to create an impermanent space with multiple viewpoints and overlap of exterior and interior space. I am working with…
Stay tuned! 1975 is sponsoring this fantastic endeavor!
While I realize I have yet to post many pictures of Sweet Meat Co’s latest endeavor, Sweetsville, in all its transient glory (you can always check out www.sweetmeatco.com), I felt compelled to post at least one from our day of deconstruction. Its amazing to me that what took a month of…
“This is a one of a kind Moleskine sketchbook filled with sketches and illustrations from Detroit based artist Mark Penxa. There are 42 original drawings included, spanning from early 2009 to June, 2010.” (via @1975ish)