Sunday, March 18, 2007

Transplant Show/ Opening Night

Entrance of the gallery

Sign that the owner of the gallery created for the show

People enjoying the work

Art review from Scene and read. Funny stuff!

We did live painting during the show

Me painting during the second session of the live painting

Cube painting for the transplant show

Saxtons cube painting

Sax and Dave painting.

Artist Dave Savages wall.

Painting titled "Childhood in Waiting"

Detail of panting.

My wall with my ink drawings.

Kids love the Transplant show!

Me and the beautiful Beth Brettell, thank you so much for all your help!

Me and Jorge and Chris Ryniak by my section of the gallery.

Picture of the carousel at the show.
We'll finally I'm Posting pictures from the opening night at the Asterisk Gallery of the Transplant Show. It was a great turnout and very exciting for me. I learned a lot from this experience both bad and good. I won't do another show until the work and I are ready. It was great to hear the peoples reaction of my work and a very special thank you to everyone who showed up. I didn't get a chance to photograph the work because of the rush I was under just to get the show together. I will as soon as I get a chance but for now enjoy these pics. We also got review on the weekly cleveland SCENE magazine. The review was overall good even though the dude called me an evil nazi vampire, but I guess that for my first published art review it could have been worse.


Plantmonster said...

Again, wish i could've been there. It would have done me well to see your work up close again, inspiring as always! Evil Nazi empire?! Should i start calling you the "fuhrer"?

Erik Jones said...

great job man,would have loved to been there, hope all is well

Unknown said...

parce the show looks like it was awesome, it seems alyou guys did a shit load of work for it. i really wish i could have made it.

Anonymous said...

it's great to see you be able to make time for a show like this. much respect! would've been nice to be up there.

Aaron Holley said...

Hey Carlos, Congrats, your work looks great, nice job, wish I could have checked out the show.

JMart said...

congrats carlos, im alittle slow to get on the blog but its good to see that your doing so frickin well. john and i are currently in france for the semester and its awsome. let us know if your ever headin our way in the sota. well ball up. congrats again!
oh yeah the work looks awsome!