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Category Archives: My Art Exhibit

Key Notes & Brush Strokes – Angelo Hart (Part II)

For Artist and Pianist Angelo Hart, his most recent album Storyteller is an experimental mix of Jazz and Classical music, destined to connect with a focused mind. An instrumental collection of emotions and improv, bouncing around the keys like a brush from Jackson Pollock, it’s difficult to describe the genre of music Hart is making, but not the musical impact. Different from your typical arrangement of blaring mixes jamming multiple instruments into a seamless harmony, this is the story of creating with just one.

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Key Notes & Brush Strokes – Angelo Hart (Part I)

For Artist and Pianist Angelo Hart, his most recent album Storyteller is an experimental mix of Jazz and Classical music, destined to connect with a focused mind. An instrumental collection of emotions and improv, bouncing around the keys like a brush from Jackson Pollock, it’s difficult to describe the genre of music Hart is making, but not the musical impact. Different from your typical arrangement of blaring mixes jamming multiple instruments into a seamless harmony, this is the story of creating with just one.

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Out and About with “Skip and Space”

Hmmm, what to do today, what to do?…

 

S&S-4

S&S-25

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A Series of Square 1 Events: Daydreaming at Night

Welcome to Square 1

A showcase and creative experience that sets the stage for highlighted acts of visual art, poetry performances, and fashion design. A show that connects the local community of artists and represents the root of all great ideas.

Ambitious and better than before, the Square 1 art showcase is back and starting 2016 with a brand new plan. Initiating an entire series of shows happening at the popular Downtown Phoenix venue, MonOrchid Gallery we have the opportunity to not only bring you one show throughout the year, but three! Starting off with a featured spotlight on the Visual Artists and the talent they bring, this is turning into a great way to start things off and bring you to a great experience… Beginning at Square 1.

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Colored Lines: Tokyo Not Japan

I just wanna make cool stuff with cool people.

The type of people who like to notice things.

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Featured Artist Friday: Chris Maker And His Plan’dscapes

Draping the walls of the popular gallery and creative space MonOrchid in Downtown Phoenix, Chris Maker takes this opportunity to display his collection of work that’s taken him exactly 10 years to piece together. The once architect turned artist, has a lot to say about the style and the shapes he places together build his architecture and design-inspired artwork.

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John Wassom – Palettes of the World

Taking a trip around the world and landing back in the Shade Projects, John Wassom’s Palettes of the World shows he has no shortage of vibrant colors, detailed textures or creative style.

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My Boy B’s Top 5 Posts of the Half Year: 2015

July 1, 2015

 

As if the year wasn’t already going by fast enough, today marks the exact day 2015 is halfway over… But the way I like to look at it, we have half of 2015 left to work with.

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Featured Artist Friday: David Mitchell’s Faces of the Wild

Just when you needed a visual to describe that animal you have roaming around hiding inside of you, Devin Mitchell gets you as close as he can with his new Faces of the Wild portrait series.

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Featured Artist Friday: Patryk Hardziej, The Surrealist

An illustrator from Gdynia, Poland, Patryk Hardziej is gaining major recognition for his surrealist style of work creating characters that live in a world like no other.

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Featured Artist Friday: Ludo and Nature’s Revenge

Paris-based street artist Ludo has apparently been pretty active as of late with new work floating around the streets of France.

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Featured Artist Friday: Thomas Lamadieu Introduces “Skyart”

Eye-catching from the jump, Thomas Lamadieu just might be carving out a new lane with this blended style of quality vertical view photography and some pretty charismatic illustrations.

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