NEWS

New Print Release

I have a new limited edition print available with the fine folks at Sugar Press. It is in a collection called OUTPOST 12 curated by Kevin Titzer. There are only 20 of these so get yours now.

“Partaking With Witches In A Dirty Dream Catcher”

You can purchase the print here.

 

 

Natural Balance (July 12 – Aug 12, 2014)

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HAUNTED SUMMER (Jun 7 – July 5, 2014)

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 WILD WEST SMALL WORKS INVITATIONAL (Nov 9 – Dec 21, 2013)

BYE BYE BLACK BALOONS

“Bye Bye Black Baloons”
4.75″ X 4″
Acrylic and Graphite on paper.

The finest local and world-renowned artists delve into the mysticism and unique imagery of the Victorian Wild West, with four evenings of musical performances, which are all-ages and free to the public.

 
ART EXHIBITION
November 9 – December 21, 2013
 
Twenty-four world-renowned and emerging artists from Mexico, and across the U.S. converge on Tucson at Sacred Machine. Participating artists work has appeared in and been commissioned by The New York Times, Juxtapoz Magazine, Hi-Fructose Magazine, Time Magazine, The Washington Post, LA Times, the Academy Award winning movie ‘Traffic’ by Steven Soderbergh, on multi-platinum album covers, illustrated children’s books, published monographs, and advertising for clients such as Sony and Toyota. These artists are so multi-talented that some even play in rock bands and create videos. With their work they have imbued apocalyptic prophecies, shaken the norms of conventional iconography and written books, museums and collectors such as Madonna acquire their work. They exhibit their art across the globe, some self-taught, some professors, some outsiders, but one thing is certain, the group as a whole has influenced, and is seriously rocking the art world. – Paula Catherine Valencia, Curator 
 
Daniel Martin Diaz (Tucson) Craig LaRotonda (Buffalo) Norbert H. Kox (Wisconsin) Robert Palacios (Los Angeles) Bryan Cunningham (New Orleans) Kate Breakey (Tucson) P-Jay Fidler (Los Angeles) Derek Nobbs (North Pole) Michael Page (San Francisco) Elizabeth Frank (Tucson) Raudiel Sañudo (Mexico) E. Michael Contreras (Tucson) Alex Chavez (Taos, NM) James J. Peterson (Tucson) Jason Hernandez (Cerritos CA) Donovan White (Tucson) Scott Hove (Los Angeles) Christopher D. Andrews (Tucson) Jesse Berlin (Tucson) Cory Benhatzel (New York) Gretchen Victor (Los Angeles) Bobby Furst (Joshua Tree) Jason Borders (Portland) Paula Catherine Valencia (Tucson)

Sacred Machine Museum
245 E. Congress St. Suite 123
Tucson, Arizona 85701
520-777-7403

 

TROUBLESOME HOUSES: ART INSPIRED BY WILL OLDHAM EXHIBITION (Nov 1 – Dec 10, 2013)

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“Grand Dark Feeling Of Emptiness”
10″ x 15″
Acrylic, Ink, Graphite, and Collage on paper

The Louisville Visual Art Association (LVAA), Kentucky’s oldest arts organization, presents Troublesome Houses: Art Inspired By Will Oldham, curated by Kevin Titzer of Saguenay, Quebec. This is the third exhibition of its kind to be curated by Titzer. The other two exhibits focused on artwork inspired by The Pixies and They Might Be Giants. Titzer invited 26 artists locally and from around the world to produce a new piece of art inspired by the music of Oldham (aka Bonnie “Prince” Billy). visit show

Louisville Visual Art Association
131 W. Main Street,
Louisville, KY, 40202, United States
www.louisvillevisualart.org
(502) 584-8166
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

PLAYBOY MAGAZINE (Sept. 25, 2013)

I am Thrilled to Have Just finished an illustration for PLAYBOY MAGAZINE. The Illustration will accompany The Short Story “ZOMBIES” by one of my favorite authors Chuck Palahniuk. It is in the NOVEMBER 2013 issue.

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SANTA MUERTE MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL (Sept. 14, 2013)

POST_ITI will have this piece in the Santa Muerte show in Tucson, AZ. September 14th – November 3rd. Visit Sacred Machine for more info.

SANTA MUERTE MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL 2013
September 14 – November 3

Tucson, AZ – Santa Muerte Music & Arts Festival 2013
The 4th annual festival celebrates the folklore of the southwest showcasing some of the most important underground musicians and cutting-edge local and international visionary artists. This is a grassroots event created and inspired by artists and musicians. This year’s event features the strange and beautiful artwork of 22 world-renowned and emerging artists, with an evening of musical performances, which is all-ages and free to the public.

ART: Twenty-two world-renowned artists from New Zealand, Mexico, and across the U.S. converge on Tucson at Sacred Machine. Participating artists work has appeared in and been commissioned by The New York Times, Juxtapoz Magazine, Hi-Fructose Magazine, Time Magazine, The Washington Post, LA Times, the Academy Award winning movie ‘Traffic’ by Steven Soderbergh, on multi-platinum album covers, illustrated children’s books, published monographs, and advertising for clients such as Sony and Toyota. These artists are so multi-talented that some even play in rock bands and create videos. With their work they have imbued apocalyptic prophecies, shaken the norms of conventional iconography and written books, museums and collectors such as Madonna acquire their work. They exhibit their art across the globe, some self-taught, some professors, some outsiders, but one thing is certain, the group as a whole has influenced, and is seriously rocking the art world. – Paula Catherine Valencia, Curator 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS 

ART EXHIBITION 

September 14 – November 3, 2013 
Opening Celebration Saturday, September 14, 2013, 5PM – 11PM
Meet and Greet the Artists, 5-7PM

The Finest World Renowned and Emerging Artists come together to celebrate the unique spirit of the Southwest and its mysterious traditions.

Daniel Martin Diaz (Tucson) Craig LaRotonda (Buffalo) Norbert H. Kox (Wisconsin) Robert Palacios (Los Angeles) Matthew Couper (New Zealand) Scott Holloway (Massachussetts) Bryan Cunningham (New Orleans) P-Jay Fidler (Los Angeles) Jasmine Worth (San Diego) Elizabeth Frank (Tucson) Raudiel Sañudo (Mexico) Joel Nakamura (Santa Fe) E. Michael Contreras (Tucson) Alex Chavez (Taos, NM) James J. Peterson (Tucson) Jason Hernandez (Cerritos CA) Donovan White (Tucson) Scott Hove (Los Angeles) Christo Carire (Tucson) Travis Lawrence (Saint Louis) Christopher D. Andrews (Tucson) Paula Catherine Valencia (Tucson)

Curated by Paula Catherine Valencia 

Sacred Machine Museum
245 E. Congress St. Suite 123
Tucson, Arizona 85701
520-777-7403