Sonic Splendor II -Revolution Gallery: August 3rd – September 1st, 2018

Revolution Gallery is proud to announce their next exhibit — “SONIC SPLENDOR II”


“SONIC SPLENDOR II” fuses the worlds of music and art, bringing both mediums together for an inspired exhibition from international and national artists. Each work of art is an interpretation of a song chosen by the artist, transforming a sonic experience into a visual form.

“SONIC SPLENDOR II” Opening Reception is Friday, August 3rd from 8:00pm to 11:00pm and features music, art, and beer and wine specials.

Participating Artists:
Arabella Proffer, Brett Hess, Cangshu Gran, Craig LaRotonda, Frank Forte, Jeremy Cross, Joe Vollan, Josh Stebbins, Leanne Davies, Maria Pabico LaRotonda, Michael Mararian, Michele Melcher, and Timothy Patrick Butler.

Revolution Gallery
1419 Hertel Ave
Buffalo, NY 14214

Phobos & Deimos -Gristle Gallery: July 14th, 2018

On July 27th ​Mars will make its closest approach to Earth in 15 years! Artists explore the red planet and its two moons as well as their mythological namesakes: the gods of war, terror, and fear.



image by Miranda Zimmerman.

New work by Gina Altadonna, Jennifer Baker, Lauren Budney, David Camisa, Holly Cappello, Hannah Cunningham, Hannah Dansie, Kaila Gee, Kate Glasheen, Fred Grabosky, Cangshu Gran, Jessi Hardesty, JoKa, Johannah O’Donnell, Ben Patterson, Alexis Price, Bill Ross, Tasli Shaw, Joe Vollan, and Miranda Zimmerman.

Gristle Art Gallery
26 Bushwick Ave. Brooklyn, NY  11211 ​
12 – 7pm Tues – Sun

Summer 18′ -Arch Enemy Arts: July 13th, 2018

Join Arch Enemy Arts this Friday, July 13th for 3 new show openings!
Doors will be open from 6-10pm

>> Dewi Plass // Passengers

>> Audrey Pongracz // Earthenware

>> and the Summer ’18 group show feat. new works from:
Alex Louisa, Sarah Joncas, Crystal Morey, Darla Jackson, Gretchen Lewis, Jason Hernandez, Joe Vollan, Paul Nebarra, Richard Ahnert, Robert Steven Connett, Shannon Taylor, Sheri DeBow, Thomas Ascott, Tracy Lewis, and Win Wallace

refreshments will be served // both solo artists will be in attendance

to request the collector’s preview for any of the above shows, email

Arch Enemy Arts • 109 + 111 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(215) 717-7774

Board and Room in a Mushroom -Cactus Gallery: June 9th-July 7th, 2018

Board and Room in a Mushroom
Featured artist Olga Ponomarenko
Opening reception: Saturday, June 9, 2018 * 6p-9p




For this exhibit, artist Olga Ponomarenko’s second featured spot, we will be treated to small meditative paintings of animals. This playful show explores how urbanization damages wilderness and forces wild animals to adapt to a citified existence.

Her paintings speak of the the ephemeral joys of daily life and are set within the ordinary doldrums of human existence. All of Olga’s paintings will be housed within a handmade and hand painted decorative mushroom frame.

Olga will be joined by a wonderful group of artists that will also explore how animals discover magic within the mundane of human existence.

Participating artists: Douglas Alvarez, Joe Alvarez, Ulla Anobile, Terri Berman, Skye Becker-Yamakawa, Nancy Cintron, Nancy Cintron, Bob Doucette, Corrie Gregory, Annette Hassell, Lori Herbst, e. ipolani, Ilaamen, Inga Lena, Anita Inverarity, Lydia Moon Hee Kim, Lisa Kurt, Mavis Leahy, Kahla Lewis, Malathip, Nichol Norman, Janet Olenik, Raul Pizarro, Tania Pomales, Myriam Powell, Kathleen Powers, Johnny Quintanilla, Bobby Rojas, Mable Song, Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman, Joe Vollan, Michelle Waters, Holly Wood and Gabriela Zapata.

Cactus Gallery
3001 North Coolidge Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90039


Spirit Animal -La Bodega Gallery: June 9, 2018

La Bodega Gallery presents

Saturday June 9th, 2018
6:00pm – 10:00pm
Free / All Ages

La Bodega Gallery
2196 Logan Ave
San Diego, CA 92113

Indigenous cultures throughout the world have long honored the sacred space that animals share in our lives. We can all benefit by knowing our own personal Spirit Animals, and the messages and lessons they have for us. For some, a spirit animal is an other worldly guide who appears to offer love, healing, and support during difficult times. To others, a spirit animal is the same as a totem animal – it’s who you really are. Much of the process of identifying your spirit animal is paying attention to both your past and your present. It is a process of developing your inner knowledge and spiritual understanding. You can often discover your spirit animal in dreams, meditations.


Super Reverie – WOW X WOW: May 4-May 25th, 2018

WOW x WOW is incredibly proud to present Super Reverie. This exhibition continues our tradition of un-themed art shows and features new and unexhibited work by over 40 talented international artists, all of whom share a passion for intriguing narratives, inventive symbolism and beguiling mystery. Along with these unifying characteristics, the participating artists are also brought together through their ability to not only listen to, but also develop the whisperings from their imaginations; a talent which is often aided by quiet downtime and attentive daydreaming. This daydreaming can be thought of as engagement in an enhanced and reflective reverie: a ‘Super Reverie’.

Participating artists:

Peter Adamyan | Bayo | James Boswell | Marjolein Caljouw | Mandy Cao | The Chung!! | Steven Daily | Gabi de la Merced | Alex Eckman-Lawn | Brendon Flynn | Marcelo Gallegos | Gianluca ‘Tenia’ Gambino | Lauren Genovese | Thomas A. Gieseke | Brad Gray | Davor Gromilovic | Amy Guidry | Shreya Gupta | Daria Hlazatova | Alexandra Levasseur | Alice Lin | Matt Linares | James Lipnickas | Monica Loya | Sean Mahan | Wenkai Mao | Chris B. Murray | Andreas Nagel | Christian Orrillo | Bruno Pontiroli | Corinne Reid | Nathan Reidt | Bang Sangho | David Seidman | Pruch Sintunava | Joey Stupor | Ania Tomicka | Peter van Straten | Tof Vanmarque | Joe Vaux | Kelly Vivanco | Joe Vollan | Xsullo | Zeke’s Lunchbox

Periodic Table of Elements -Arch Enemy Arts: May 4th – 26th, 2018 ​

Arch Enemy challenged 19 artists to each create a moment or tell a story using only one of nature’s most basic building blocks. Exploring what’s as valuable as gold, bromine used as a tool of greed and deception, or phosphorus’ ability to bring light into the dark, each artist created a single piece using their own signature style and medium to bring science and creativity together in 19 moments, perfectly designed for this world. The show includes new works by 64 Colors, Alan Brown, Alex Eckman-Lawn, Allison Sommers, Chris Leib, David Seidman, Dewi Plass, Jason Limon, Jason Mowry, Jessica Dalva, Joe Vollan, John Walker, Johnie Thornton, Michael Reedy, Nick Sheehy, Paul Romano, Rachael Bridge, Sean Xenos, and Sergio Garcia.

Arch Enemy Arts
109 Arch St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106