DARLINGS

Last summer we headed south again to LA and SD to visit some friends, check out some shows and go to a wedding. There's some good artness, so I thought I'd post...really late.


Our first stop was to meet up and stay with the Darlings. They are called that because it's their last name. Yay. Moving on, Jim and Tina are awesome at life and even awesom-er at art. See for yourself. They've been speckled throughout several of my posts. Here they are at a show we stopped through on the way from LAX to their house.


These are the only three photos from the first night. Apparently Ogre from Nerds was in this bar, but I'm the only one who didn't notice. Nerds! Nerds! Nerds!


Jim's Hulk hand chugger. Good touch. This went on till 6am or so. They're always good late night company.


The next day we checked out some of their new work and the other art around the house. This was Jim's latest piece...dope!


Tina was wrapping up this piece for her Thinkspace show.


Another piece of Tina's


Telephone cans for telephone wires.


Evan Hecox



Tina's illustration for the Vagina Monologues



Rich Jacobs



Patrick Winfield


Ahren Hertel and Armsrock


Hecox, Dave Kinsey, Jesse Jones, Michael Sieben, and others. I picked up Jim's piece on the bottom.


Sieben close-up


Rich Jacobs


Jordan Isip


Jim


Daniel Vigil


Downtimer


Tina & Dan Weise


One of Jim's pieces from when we were in college. Still rad.


Dan Weise, Jim and Tina



Tina's close up


Jim


New piece of Jim's in the works





Caroline Hwang



Older small pieces of Jim's


Margot



Checked out the Carmichael opening with Amandalynn, HUSH, Flip, and Other


hugs


more hugs


more hugs


more hugs


Venice Beach Day




On to San Diego. 5 am sunrise and surf day with Jack and Chad.



My dog Billie always welcomes me to SD.



Coyne


O.B. is free roaming rabbit friendly.


Eva and Creme pre-party


Eva mid-party


Miss the pier


Jack in mid gargoyle. If you ever need to sever ties with a girlfriend, family, boss, just master the "gargoyle" technique.


Headed to Distinction Gallery for the opening of "Project 57" a benefit show for Lewy Body disease.



I donated this piece entitled "We Float".


Ahren Hertel


Packed crowd



Tamara's Wedding.

Jim and Tina have an upcoming show together at the Open Space Gallery in Beacon, New York called "The Over Under Show". If you live in or close to NY, go check it out. I've seen some previews and it's going to be a showstopper for sure.

2 comments:

Tina said...

We are in the middle of an armpit town in Wyoming headed for NY. It sucks. Your blog is much better than this terd place. We hearts you a lots.
-Da Darlins

Aunt Party said...

Ah, nice to catch up via the world wide interweb. Miss your faces.