Hey Friday. September is just beyond you. #IZ24 #HardBoiled
Saturday - August 16th, 3 - 5pm | Art and Curatorial Practice in Public Space
Hosted by The Gateway Project
Presentation: Jasmine Wahi, Curator at The Gateway Project, Founder of Project For Empty Space Moderated by Jacqueline Cruz, Gallery Manager of City Without Walls + Yarn City Project and the Newark Print Shop
Inez Gradzki - Founder of Savage Habbit, Jersey City’s independent mural initiativeRodney Gilbert - Yendor Arts Founder and Administrator for the Newark Mural Program
Daonne Huff - Project Manager at Groundswell Community Mural Project Linwood Oglesby - Executive Director, Newark Arts Council
Rebecca Jampol -Solo(S) Project House and the Gateway Project, NewWalls NewarkOrganizerJessica Sechrist- Program Coordinator for Military Park @newwallsnewark #curation #publicsphere #publicpolitics #representation #socialpractice #urbanism #cityasarchive (at 2 Gateway Center)
SO MANY THINGS TOMORROW.
The 3rd “Suggestivism" group show of paintings will be opening at Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, California on Saturday, August 16th. Curated by Nathan Spoor, the term “Suggestivism" is derived from a late 19th century art historian Sadakichi Hartmann who explain it as "an art that is possibly more than it seems, or possibly an art that is not what it seems." The show will feature brand new work from 42 artists including those above: Hsiao-Ron Cheng, Joe Vaux, Charlie Immer and Sarah Joncas. You can see an extended preview of the show and more of it’s great work below:
Samantha Mash, "Intrusive Thoughts", digital, 2013
Considering taking an continuing education class in illustration but you have a hectic schedule? Do you not want to get off your day job, pick up whatever you need for class and then drive/take public transit to a class room where you might not get 100% of the teachers attention?
Consider taking one of my Indy Study Classes in Illustration this fall in one of three subjects!
- Editorial Illustration Portfolio - Learn the fundamentals of what makes a strong editorial piece and begin to build a series of pieces toward a portfolio made for the editorial market. We’ll go over marketing, the history of editorial illustration and so much more.
- Visual Story Telling - Have you considered writing a picture book or starting to write a full length graphic novel? In this class we talk about story structure and how to work on a series of images that work well together.
- Lettering & Picture Making (NEW!) - Posters, Records, Book Covers, Magazine Covers… All of these at one point have been illustrated and hand lettered. Through a series of projects and exercises, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a more improved illustrator and hand letterer.
Head on over to my Indy Study page for more information - http://www.o-fishel.com/indy-study
Read what past students have said about the class and how they thought it helped them - http://www.o-fishel.com/testify
Space is limited to 8 students, Sign up by August 27th!
A good opportunity if I ever saw one.
A slightly larger tiny piece (compared to what I posted on my Instagram earlier) of a much, much larger drawing I have yet to post.
I’m very eager to do another large piece, now!
Look for the full drawing soon!
Been a long time coming… and here it is…