I have been working out of a forest studio at the Wildlife Mountain Sanctuary. In this very peaceful location run by close friends, I have had the chance to unwind and work further on a painting that I started at the Earth Frequency Festival.
This Sunday, the fourth of July is the 8th Oberbaumbrücke Open Air Gallery in Berlin and for myself the third time I’ve participated with my artwork. My friend and colleague Micha Colory Krebs will also be at the festival also.
Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been watching artists posting images of their copy of the book “Imagine The Imagination – New Visions of Surrealism”, that included their artwork, to various websites.
I just received the great news that the book “Imagine The Imagination – New Visions of Surrealism”, in which my painting “Something Fishy” is now finally published and available for purchase. The book aims to show the variety of contemporary…
2010 starts with the first group exhibition project for Fantastic Visions. I will be exhibiting my artwork with Dennis Konstantin and Micha Colory Krebs at the Lichtenberger Kultschule in Berlin.
This Summer I was called up to work on a mural project that would ultimately span two cities. We worked in the Lyon studios and then completed it in Berlin.
For the past year I’ve had my studio here in the Atelierhaus Mengerzeile. And the time has come again for our Tag der Offen Ateliers (open studio day).
I am very pleased to announce the inclusion of my painting ‘Something Fishy’ in the forthcoming book, ‘Imagine The Imagination – New Visions of Surrealism’.
My artwork was recently featured in the publication Invisible College. It also includes a three page interview and my artwork on the front and back of the magazine.
Manifest is signed and a limited edition Print of 500. Print size: 25.5 x 34 cmPaper size: 29.5 x 42 cm270 gsm acid free paper (Hahnemühle Lumijet)
I can now confirm that I have been included in the 6th Annual Interdimensional Art Show 2009 Tour. This will be the first time I have exhibited in North America.
After a hiatus it is time to exhibit again. First is a group show with Anja Brinkmann and Micha Krebs just outside of Hamburg. The next will be with the Society for the Art of Imagination. The show is called Sacred Art.
This week I return to London to exhibit my artwork art at Luminopolis with Jarah Tree and Luke Brown. Alex Lee who works with the event had seen my artwork in the Liminal Village at the Boom Festival and invited me along to Luminopolis.
The Visionary Culture Creators discussion panel brought together people living all over the world to discuss how Visionary Culture is developing.
Boom Festival 2008 is shaping up to be a very potent mix for Visionary arts. The epicentre for this can be found at the Liminal Village where a number of events and activities will take place. I’m looking forward to attending the festival for a number or reasons.
A change of city means a change of studio. I now have a new studio in Atelierhaus Mengerzeile, Berlin.
I’m off to the Boom Festival next August in Portugal to exhibit with other Visionary artists. This August 3-9th. marks the 6th. incarnation of the Boom Festival, a massive global trance culture gathering. For the third time at the Boom Festival, the Liminal Village returns presenting the Vision Gallery.
After all of this time getting to know Delvin over email and Skype chat sessions, I would finally get to meet him face to face. He was making his way to England to meet with Brigid Marlin of the Society for the Art of Imagination (AOI) to discuss assisting them with their Inscape magazine. I was very happy to offer him a place to stay in my studio while on his travels.
I am very pleased to announce my inclusion in the exhibition: Fantasmus Presents the Society for the Art of Imagination, 13th July – 30th August. I will be exhibiting my artwork titled “Manifest”.
To our good fortune, the IFAA exhibition had been planned to coincide with the cherry blossom season. The exhibition was situated in one of the popular quarters of Kyoto at the Dohjidai Gallery.