Bottleneck Gallery will have Officially Licensed Jaws movie posters titled, “Chum Chart” by Anthony Petrie available soon. Full details on the drop.
On sale Monday September 16th at 12pm Eastern (9am PDT) HERE.
Gallery Openings / Exhibitions
Spoke Art is pleased to announce that our touring exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless, will be heading to Spring Green, WI this month where it’ll debut at Frank Lloyd Wright’s personal summer home. Recently named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Taliesin in Spring Green, WI is an 800 acre estate originally constructed in 1911.
To celebrate our third stop on the touring art show (following appearances in New York City and Scottsdale, AZ), we’re excited to announce the release of a brand new limited edition print by artist Laurent Durieux, seen above.
Additionally, we’ll be debuting a brand new glow-in-the-dark screen print variant by artist Rory Kurtz (seen below) and are happy to announce that the artist will be in attendance for the exhibition opening.
For attendees, an allocation of previously sold out prints from our Frank Lloyd Wright series will be available for in-person purchase.
If you’re unable to make it, please stay tuned for our online release on Tuesday, September 3rd. The online release will feature our new prints with Laurent and Rory, alongside our remaining archives of available and sold out prints by Matt Taylor, Nico Delort, JC Richard and more.
5607 County Road C
Spring Green, WI 53588 (map)
Opening Night Reception:
Saturday August 31st: 6pm-9pm – tickets required
Featuring artist Rory Kurtz in person!
Sunday September 1st: 10am-5pm
Monday September 2nd: 10am-5pm
Tuesday, September 3rd at a random time HERE.
PangeaSeed Foundation is pleased to announce the latest print release for our 2019 print project, “In Peril”. Featuring original artwork by supporting ARTivist Tatiana Suarez (USA). This limited art print edition highlights the devastating impacts of climate change on coral reefs and the importance of protecting these fragile, yet incredibly important marine ecosystems. On sale now HERE.
“The ocean is essential to all forms of life. I often depict women in my work as ocean deities who serve as the goddesses and protectors of the seas. This particular piece was inspired by the imagery of Our Lady of Sorrows, depicted in her mournful state. The arrangement of bleached coral frames her face similar to the way her cloak would. Iridescent, pearl-like tears stream down her face as she weeps in response to the human activity that directly contributes to climate change and its rapid impact on our oceans.
Coral reefs, known as the “rainforests of the sea,” are home to nearly a quarter of all marine life. Between the continuous absorption of CO2 emissions and the increasing acidity levels contributing to the warming of our oceans, coral reefs are bleaching and dying off at an alarming rate. At this continued pace, this crisis threatens the very existence of oceanic ecosystems and has a direct reflection on human resources.” – Tatiana Suarez
Via Grey Matter Art:
This month marks two great milestones in comics history, the celebration of Marvel’s 80th Anniversary and the birth of one of the most iconic and influential people in all of comics, Jack “King” Kirby. In light of these two events, we are releasing three separate posters, each commemorating some of the most epic art, stories and creators of Marvel! From the 1st appearance of Peter Parker’s Spider-Man in Amazing Fantasy 15, to the origins of the Uncanny X-Men, and our first encounter with Wolverine in Hulk 181, these comics have become iconic to fans and legendary throughout Marvel’s History. We have transformed these classic images into 16 x 24-inch limited edition screen-prints for fans and collectors to proudly display on their walls.
On sale Thursday, August 29th at 1pm Eastern (10am PDT) HERE.