I've got half a dozen or so new pieces in a group show at the First Amendment Gallery in San Francisco. The show is titled “The City” and is intended to be " a celebration of the city we live, work and play in. See San Francisco through the eyes of nine different artists as they represent their favorite elements of the city." I have to admit my contribution fails miserably when it comes to addressing that proposition, but hopefully no one will notice. And if they do, it's too bad, really, since there's no changing any of it now.
Things kick off on Thursday, February 11th with the opening reception at 1000 Howard, on the corner of 6th, from 7-10pm, and it's a 21+ event "with beats by DJ Don Kainoa and drinks by 1:AM bartenders" - I'm sure you get the picture. I hope to be there "chillin' with my bros", or something similar, so I encourage everyone to turn up and ply me with the aforementioned drinks. The show will run through February 27th.
You can see most of the pieces I'm showing here. And I'll bung another couple of images down below, for those of you who can't bear to tear themselves away from these scintillating words.
"Actions Speak Louder Than Words", mixed media on canvas, 18" x 18"