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Pair of Paintings Published in Chicago Magazine

04.11.2016

Three years ago I was a participating painter and DJ for the once popular music and art event, Velvet Revolution. It was held at Beauty Bar in Chicago, known today for its programs to reflect hipster sensibilities and generally invite emerging talent. Joe Crawford was in the crowd that first approached me voicing his interest in my watercolors and promised me that eventually they would raise enough money to continue their cultural magazine, Loosey Goosey.

 

In the mail yesterday arrived volume 3 of their print with "Venus renatus" and "My Golds are Up Here" covering a spread across pages 66-7. The first time I met with Joe, the former was without a background. I thank him for the continued support over the last few years, after so much change in both my living and practice. If you are interested in a copy of the self-published zine, click here for the order page. You'll also receive an "I ♥ ART" sticker and support a very promising project.

 

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