a group exhibition
Opening Reception is on Friday, December 1st, from 6-10pm
- Zach Arlan - Joha Bisone - Ami Ayars Harrington -
- Brew Lamb - David Thurn -
About the Artists:
Bisone completed her BFA in Painting at the Kansas City Art Institute in 2003. Since then she has participated in numerous exhibits, group shows, collaborations, and art/craft shows. Joha mostly paints in watercolor, enjoying the fluidness and unpredictability of the medium. She creates organic landscapes, taking inspiring patterns from nature among many other inspirations and transforms it into its own world.
"I am fascinated with the exploration of the planet and what it is still hiding from us. Earth is a vast and varied place, full of wonder. We will never know the full extent of the planet and all it’s inhabitants and that idea is where my inspiration lies. My work aims to capture a sense of exploration and discovery. I make ‘creatures’ and compose their environments. I want to share these little worlds with my viewers in a way that makes them inquisitive and provokes them to create fresh, alternate realities for which these objects can exist within." -Ayars
Spaceship Zulu has emerged from the Kansas City street art scene as a gritty, street-smart graffiti artist who has successfully crossed over from his street art origins to the art gallery circuit. In a few fast-paced years. He has swiftly rose to become one of the top up and coming artist in Kansas City. His works range widely in style, but celebrate the new age street art movement hapening across the world.
"I'm an artist with a passion for traditional illustration. I love drawing pop culture icons or people, and mashing them together with other ideas or subjects that wouldn't usually be related." -Thurn