Solo Show: Parasitic Haze
Just got back from Los Angeles where I had my first BIG solo show on the West Coast. The opening went really well, and everyone at Copro Nason was amazing to work with. They all worked really hard to hang my show, along with the other two artist that were showing in separate galleries. Chet Zar and Naoto Hattori also had solo exhibitions; both are amazing painters! I was able to meet so many interesting people, several collectors that I had never met face to face; there was such a great turn out, amazing conversations and dialogue. Finally got to meet fellow artists Luke
Chueh, Nathan Spoor, and Anthony Ausgang, as well as our book desinger/ publisher Mark Murphy who drove all the way from San Diego to check out the show. Mark is amazingly talented and down to Earth and we can't wait to get the book rolling.
The show did very well; I sold about 40 pieces so far and couldn't be happier. Copro will be doing a limited edition canvas of the signature painting in the show- Parasitic Haze. More info on that later.
While in LA we had to stop off at Gallery 1988 where Thomas Han was showing along with a few other artists-- we ended picking up a couple of sculptures from Bwana Spoons.