Electric Windows

On the weekend of May 16th twenty artists of large-scale ephemeral work, will descend upon Beacon, NY and help transform an old, electric blanket factory into an art destination. The now boarded-up windows of One East Main Street will turn the concept of gallery inside-out, displaying eight foot by twelve foot work by artists with all different backgrounds, from Beacon’s own to world-renowned Pop, Street and graffiti artists, including:
Dan Funderburgh
Daryll Peirce
Elbow Toe
Jim Darling
Lady Pink
Michael De Feo
Peat Wollaeger
Peripheral Media Projects
Rene Gagnon
Rick Price
Ron English
The Love Movement
Tes One
Tina Darling
You Are Beautiful
This painting and installation will be open to the public with most of the artists painting live right in front of the building. Coinciding with a show of several Electric WIndows artists at Open Space Gallery and Dia Beacon’s fifth anniversary, this promises to be an exciting weekend. Press Release (doc).


Tote bag and print

Just finished up a tote bag for Open Space Gallery in Beacon NY. The text reads "Save our city from urban tumbleweeds."

The show opened up on April 12th showcasing over 100 artist's totes. All proceeds benefit the Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, a New York based organization committed to environmental advocacy and education. See all the artists involved, the totes they created, and details here. I was really sick and in Portland when I had to get this finished. Thanks Rob, Les, Chris, and Annelise for helping out with cars, screening/dyeing equipment, and a couple late nights.