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 March 18, 2017
Anyone who knows me, knows that I love to attend art shows. It’s been a little while, but Fem.Is.In was a great way to get me going again. Seeing Swoon, Queen Andrea and Lady Pink‘s pieces in person again, are always a reminder to get my craft together. The push to start creating and stop making excuses. Great show Ladies!
Posted on February 19, 2016
Before I met up with Ashley for Claw’s Art show, she told me took a wrong turn and noticed there was another gallery right up the block, like I was going to say no. She chugged down her beer while we caught up on gossip, and headed right out to the Fillin Global show.
When we walked in, the bouncer asked if we were on the guest list… umm, no.
“So you girls just walked in?” I flash a smile, “yes.” He responds with a startled ” Oh, okay then, can I see some id?”
Wow, first time I’ve ever been to a show (and I’ve been to many) where I was stopped right at the door with a huge confusion. He was sweet though and let us walk right in and explore the exhibit.
Many other artist showcasing new work included Ghost, Pheck, Phetus, Stuart Fisher, Whisbe, Zso, and many more.
The next day we realized why our entrance seemed to be a bit weird, apparently the opening of the reception was the next day, and the night we just randomly walked in was only for a few vip guests, even though the place was packed. I think that explains why it seemed like everyone almost kind of knew each other.
Hey, I see it as we got an exclusive look before the public, haha!
If you would like to visit
Filling Global the exhibit is located on
98 Orchard Street, Monday through Sunday 12-6 PM until February 28th 2016
Until next time guys, M
Posted on February 23, 2014
It was another night where I met up with the loverboy to grab some random flicks of the city. Since I knew the Bowery wall had a new mural up I was ready to see the changes. Maya Hayuk had some bright drips that needed some of my attention. We stopped by a small gallery on Delancey by the name of Rox, with a great space and the most rudest host possible. Not only were we not greeted at the door (even after we said hello first) but her attitude was unnecessary. She treated us as if were scum on the bottom of her shoe. Never again.
The art itself was interesting and we laughed at the closer we got to each piece.Check out this Kanye West piece that was hiding in their office.
Q was in love. We walked into a hole in the wall restaurant with the cutest 50’s decor. I was in awe, but once we got the food I wasn’t as smitten anymore. It tasted like microwaveable wings, mozzarella sticks, and cheese fries. We devoured it anyway. Hey, food is food.