Posted on March 23, 2017
I’m going to start this entry with a big thank you. Thank you to everyone who came out last night, and showed support for such a great cause.
Write Off Cancer, is a group exhibition that was curated on the behalf of legendary graffiti queen, Diva. This benefit featured original works for sale, from a collective group of artists. All the proceeds fro this exhibition will be going to help Queen Diva with medical expenses and her battle with cancer.
Kaystar, the beautiful soul that she is asked me if I wanted to be a part of this installation. It was bit last minute for me with the move and all, but there was no way I was going to say no. I happily donated 4 older pieces I had hanging out in my bedroom. Two of the pieces were displayed,while the other two will be auctioned off, at an online auction. That link is coming soon, so please stayed posted.
The love and support was so real. It was such a great turnout.
I’ll update this post with a quick recap video of the night. See you guys soon!
Posted on February 11, 2016
Art shows used to be all I used to do at one point in my life. I love the scene, loved networking, plus there’s something so special about seeing brush strokes up close. I miss it so much, I vowed to start going to some more.
So here I am, and Ashley is the perfect date.
We arrived at Williamsburg and decided no to stay too long, but not before making our rounds looking closely at all the pieces. I have to say, even though everything was great, I was a sucker for the bathroom that was all tagged up.
Getting food after was delicious, Ash and I split mac and cheese, pulled pork and mozzarella sticks. I was little upset they had apple pie milkshake in the menu, but they didn’t have it in the diner.
Until next time.
Posted on April 4, 2014
Walking my way through Delancey, with my Go Pro in hand. Check out a few pics that I couldn’t resist taking.
Posted on December 24, 2013
MRS is an abstract collage artist who was born and raised in The Bronx, New York. As a young painter she was greatly influenced by graffiti culture. In 2011 she earned a bachelors degree in fine arts from The Fashion Institute of Technology further establishing her passion to create. MRS remains dedicated to her alias while also committing to her expressive graffiti inspired paintings.
I met up with the awesome Philartiste and my main squeeze Misha. I haven’t seen her since she returned from Dominican Republic from her non profit project and we had a lot of catching up to do. Not that we got to do much of it. We both left a little early, since she had dinner plans and I was starving myself and headed to Lucky’s Burgers with Phil for some much needed face stuffing.
But before we skip all the way to the end lets enjoy some pics I snapped of the show and MRS pieces, all which are on sale, so if you see anything you like, feel free to contact MRS.
This black and white piece was my absolute favorite. I want it in my living room NOW!“Come Alive”The talented artist. Claw getting busy hitting Phil’s blackbook. Caught in the act, Philly Phil.Passed by Rag & Bone to check out Meres mural all with a black, white and chrome cans. Love it!
It was a good night, time to enjoy those burgers.