Monday, November 21, 2011


A one-night exhibition held on December 17th, 2011 at Mark Moore Gallery, “Spread the Word” will showcase works by over 80 contemporary artists starting below $100 – with special emphasis on local talent – to raise funds for 826LA!
Featuring a live set by 88.9FM KCRW's Jason Bentley, craft beer tasting provided by Brouwerji West, local food truck eats by Holy Aioli and unique artworks for sale from artists such as Gary Baseman, Jessika Addams, Aaron Kraten, Dave Eggers, Ryan Travis Christian, Okay Mountain and more!
A $25 ticket gets you an evening of art, music and culinary goodness, plus all proceeds from ticket and art sales benefit 826LA's incredible volunteer-based programming.

Founded by celebrated novelist, Dave Eggers, 826LA is a non-profit organization dedicated to students ages 6 to 18 years old with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. By providing after-school tutoring, evening and weekend workshops, in-school tutoring, help for English-language learners, and assistance with student publications, 826LA is a pioneering non-profit focused on youth literacy, creativity and fostering unique voices in the arts.
Participating Artists include:

Aaron Kraten, Adam Miller, Adam Tullie, Alex Moore, Ali Smith, Alison Blickle, Alison Rash, Allison Cortson, Amir Fallah, Ana Villarruel, Andrew Schoultz, Angie Lacerenza, April Street, Ariel Erestingcol, Brett Amory, Brion Nuda Rosch, Britton Tolliver, Bryce Oprandi, Bumblebee, Caroline Geys, Carrie McIlwain, Chad Person, Chris Stanton, Chris Trueman, Christopher Davison, Claudia Parducci, Cole James, Colin Roberts, Dani Tull, Dave Deany, Dave Eggers, David Rathman, Deborah Hede, Devon Tsuno, Dimitri Kozyrev, Feodor Voronov, Gary Baseman, Gin Stevens, Ian Trout, Irina Alimanestianu, J.P. Roy, Jade Townsend, Jason Ramos, Jay Erker, Jessika Addams, John Mills, John Scane, Jon Flack, Jordan Christian, Julie Henson, Keith Schwartz, Kiel Johnson, Kimber Berry, Know Hope, Leora Lutz, Levon Jihanian, Ryan Travis Christian, Mark Mulroney, Matthew McGuinness, Max Presneill, Megan Olson, Mia Taylor, Michael Dopp, Nano Rubio, Nathan Spoor, Nicolas Shake, Noah Thomas, Okay Mountain, P-Jay Fidler, Roni Feldman, Ryan Wallace, Sage Vaughn, Scot Nobles, Shagha Ariannia, Stephanie Washburn, Talley Matthew, Thais Beltrame, Tom Neely, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Travis Millard and Virginia Martinsen


Sunday, November 20, 2011

Tis The Season... Gift of Giving.

Galerie Rheeway is introducing a very meaningful exhibition for this Christmas.
The title Art-ful SoirEe is a mixture of English and French, which means a festival with art. By opening a fairground for elegant artworks and culture lovers, we are preparing a festival that could help the children abandoned by the society.
This exhibition is directed by Children’s Institute.Inc. and Project and sponsored by an ARTISTS Agency “Ladies Between the Lines” and Ynot Foundation.
Since established on 1906, for more than a century Children’s Institute, Inc. (CII) has secured the well-being of vulnerable children by providing healing support, and resources. Project Fatherhood is one of CII’s has innovative programs and policies to support the children and the families.
Project Fatherhood is a program that addresses the problem of absentee fathers, a major social issue affecting the healthy development of a significant number of children. Project Fatherhood’s primary goals are for children to grow up safe and healthy and to become productive adults.
Ever since its opening Galerie Rheeway made an effort to show the Korean community the present state of modern art, and through these kinds of opportunity we are proud to play the center role in introducing the current culture of the main society and also giving you a chance to buy artworks from superb artists in a good price.
Especially, this exhibition is an year end event has been planned by many organization with an attempt to give something back to the society. Therefore, it will be a very unique and meaningful event for this Christmas, which all the profit will be going to the fund for children through Project Fatherhood.

Saturday, November 19, 2011



Slant had noticed my work at the Crocker Museum @ Sac Town. He found interest in my work, contacted me and purchased a piece- "The Golden Voice". I figured he wanted to start collecting artwork and what best to start his collection with that piece, especially having to belong to a HIP HOP CLICK 

I really admire these guys, they're young and talented. Much like me they're perusing their passion at the same time mastering their craft. They're very well versed about the music scene and the art culture that is going on in the Bay Area, which was dope. These dudes are Savvy!!! Big ups to these guys & Thanks for the Support!!!

Monday, November 7, 2011

An Evening with Carlos Villa

Just in, a video feed that was sent to me by Maurizzio Hector Pineda, he curated Carlos Villa's 
Retrospect: MANONGS, SOME DOORS, AND A BOUQUET OF CRATES @ The MCCLA. Check out the link, Features Carlos Villa and distinguished guests for a night of story-telling and dialogue, as MCCLA celebrated the release of Villa’s new monograph, "Carlos Villa and the Integrity of Spaces," edited by Theodore S. Gonzalves..