Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Last nights art show featured an abundance of extremely talented artists. Hugo Romo had his display outside and was doing live self portraits. Many jewelry vendors and a guy doing live esoteric artwork stood out amongst the crowd of people in the parking lot of KGB Studios which during a show turns into a floor of amazing talent every time. As I made my way into the area where over 30 artists had their artwork displayed on the walls I noticed the fountain of flowing chocolate and a stack of oreo cookies which I made sure to help myself to a couple. The most creative and unique works of art on these walls by far the best ive seen. My artwork hung in the middle of several other artists and overall it was a great turn out. Danilo Santos, the owner of Chocolate & Art put on another awesome show.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Noun. Meaning the Change in form, nature, appearance or character.
It can and invariably has been used to describe everything from the elemental facets in the amazing World of Mother Earth and Father Sky, to the intricate workings in each of the private inner workings of our Minds, both collectively and on a more personal level.
What better way to describe the changing, ever-evolving, transformation evident in the pieces of local artist Adrianne L. Jezin? In my opinion, both as an observer of her work and as a close friend, nothing comes close to communicating the magnitude of her art.
Within the past year, a great many things have come and gone, started and stopped, gotten better or worse. Or all of the above. And never is that delicate dichotomy lost or hidden in Ms. Jezin’s paintings and creations. As Beings confined to the limited dimensions of which we know and are aware, she immerses the viewer in the depth of her own experiences, leading you through the Dark, rising upward toward the Light. Towards Life. And never denying that without the negative of the one, the positive of the other would not exist as it does. As it always will be.
As Humans, flawed and fractured as we are, confused and trying to find our way in such a mixed up place of our own creation, her most recent works speak to us on a deeper level (Please see artwork posted 2/3/13). It speaks to me, anyway.
And it says: Don’t give up. Don’t sell out. Don’t give in. True, it’s been bad. Truer still, it can be far worse. But right now, we have been given the opportunity to develop and to investigate and to better ourselves. To Rise, always reaching up toward the Divine Guidance that has not left us behind.
In the artwork of Adrianne L. Jezin, take a look. A good, long look. And find the Hope you thought you’d lost.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
So this painting has changed drastically I think for the better but still I didn't know what to expect after changing it one day, making a mistake then realizing I have to fix it. Healing from the roots of our past is the title of this painting, and what it means basically is the past hurts of our ancestors we feel in a karmic way. On the left the healing symbols the lotus flower, and of course on the right the tree which represents the roots. Finally the whole thing about the past would be my inner issues, personal issues, family issues that I've finally had the courage to face and to address internally. I think it definitely comes out in my artwork so I thought this time I would just create something extra special. if you notice at the bottom of the tree it's kind of swirling up and as it curves around and to the top right of the canvas it gives it a feeling of rising above almost like to the heavens and there the hurt and karmic debt can be released. Above that are white streaks that have a progressive look and to me those are like angels spirits who are helping this process along, helping it takes its course through nature as it may. The symbols on the left are obvious indian tradition healing symbols and as apart of my beliefs as a buddha follower I think they fit into this picture just right. Im still deciding how to end this painting but hopefully I will figure it out and it will be re-revealed to the world soon.
Saturday, February 2, 2013
Ahh...the down time during the winter months without any shows to attend due to the cold weather and my anemia not mixing very well for being out there comfortably. So I utilize these months for things like inventory, pricing, a whole bunch of computer work and of course creating more art. The Chocolate and Art Show @ KGB Studios in Chinatown is where Synchronic Art is headed next after a long hibernation period going back to October of 2012 and the last art show as a Raw Artist in Long Beach. I will show 4 pieces on Feb. 22 & 23rd, 2013, tba. My hopes are that I gain exposure, and by all means a buyer for my artwork. I've sold paintings to my dad, a couple friends, a clearance company and an old friend of my brothers and those people are my only buyers. Im anxious to sell more pieces, and all pieces are up for sale on my website. I feel perhaps im missing something and not doing things right in order to attract buyers. My appreciation to anyone with time to glance at my sale page on my website here: http://synchronicart.com/artwork.php to let me know what I might be doing wrong here. Thanks.
Friday, February 1, 2013
I received this photo via text message this morning. It came from Justin George, who works at twentieth century fox and recently founded The Clearance Company, who back in march of last year contacted me about an opportunity I couldn't refuse. My artwork on movie sets, finally a break had came through after working hard and prosperous all year. This pic is the front office of a new company called The Clearance Company which is the entertainment industry’s first hybrid company offering full service script research, permissions and licensing, product placement and cleared artwork rentals. The Mayan Era, a print of an original drawing I completed in 2011 hangs on the wall awaiting its rental fate.