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Acid Graphics by Travess Smalley, 2011

Acid Graphics by Travess Smalley “Acid Graphics is a running series of digital images/digital prints/transparent image-prints that have taken various physical forms — decals, posters, flyers, c-prints, and lasermono prints. For E-Vapor-8 at 319 Scholes, I will be showing two of the Acid Graphic images as a stretched vinyl print roughly 8 and half feet […]

BIG REALITY, March 15 – 29, 2012, at 319 Scholes, Brooklyn

319 Scholes presents BIG REALITY Curated by Brian Droitcour 319 Scholes Brooklyn, NY 11206 (map) March 15 – 29, 2012 Opening: Thursday March 15, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Gallery hours:  Thursday – Sunday, 2:00pm – 6:00pm and by appointment “Big Reality” proposes that contemporary everyday life seamlessly integrates elements of fantasy and play through […]

7 Question Interview with Jeremy Boxer, Director of the 2012 Vimeo Festival + Awards

  Dec. 13, 2011 — Vimeo, the amiable filmmaker and artist friendly video-hosting service, opened submissions today for the second Vimeo Festival + Awards, “which celebrates the most creative and original videos online and the individuals that make them.” Beginning today through February 20, 2012, filmmakers can submit their works for consideration in one of […]

Water Rug/Portal by Kate Steciw

It’s great to see a rug that acts as a portal. If you had a portal, where would you go? Kate Steciw is a NYC-based artist, who studied photography at SAIC, and was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It was a pleasure to see her “Water Rug/Portal” in person earlier this year, which was on the floor […]

The “Colored Pencil Techniques” Series by Greg Parma Smith

      The “Colored Pencil Techniques” Series, works 1–4, by NYC-based painter, Greg Parma Smith. Greg Parma Smith (born 1983), a Swiss-American artist, lives and works in New York. He received his MFA from Columbia University in 2007. Group exhibitions include A Great Delicacy, Taylor de Cordoba Gallery and Desired Constellations, Daniel Reich Gallery. — Swiss […]