Here is the new work I created for my Uncanny Valleys solo show. Most of them involved 3D fractals I created in Mandelbulb 3D and then continued to paint over and manipulate until I came up with the surreal landscapes you see. I used this technique in my Fearful Symmetry and Premorse solo shows as well! Continue reading
The New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art is currently hosting a group show of female illustrators! I’m privileged to have my stuff hanging next to the art of several truly amazing women.
Here are a few highlights from the show but as always, if you want to see more…you’ll just have to go! Continue reading
“Twin solo shows” probably sounds a little weird, but basically I’ve got exhibitions running concurrently at The Dapper Pig and Blick Art Materials, both in Evansville, Indiana. They both run through June! Continue reading
Show runs from April 1-May 6 with a reception on Thursday, April 20th at 5:30pm. Come see us there!
Here’s images from the online article and a full shot of the physical newspaper article.
Robot Mermaid was featured in this article where I was initially credited as Heather Landrey AKA Sandpaperdais (in case you came here from a search). I’ll update on here when my name/handle get updated, but in any case I was very happy to be included with all these awesome artists in what has turned out to be a truly amazing art show. The show closes this Saturday, so head on down to New Harmony Art Gallery if you get the chance!
As the article explains, my Robot Mermaid was created from fractals. I love the idea of math creating artistic forms, and math seemed the obvious approach for robot art since robots rely so heavily upon math to be designed and created and then go on to perform functions. In this case the fractals form speakers that the mermaid uses to project her enticing song and lure sailors.
The canvas from this show has found a new home, but anyone wishing to have their own Robot Mermaid can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get you set up with your own canvas or matte paper archival print!
I’m honored to be back for the fourth round of this amazing annual group show at PG Cafe and Gallery! The show runs for the rest of this week and then I think they’re taking it down this Thursday, April 14. So if you haven’t seen it yet, run on down to PG at 1418 W. Franklin and see this amazing show!!
Here’s some (but not all) of the fantastic art in this show, with the last 2 pieces being my contributions. If you wanna see the rest, you’ll have to go!
Just for fun, here’s the show opening flyer and a couple of shots of the PG chalkboard the day I went and snapped these pictures.
Are you ready for an awesome pop-up art show full of cute critters and awesome architecture?! I sure am!
Come see me and my fellow artist Jon Fuchs at the Alhambra Theatre on July 3rd, 6pm-9pm for an evening of fun, art, and buggies brought by Wesselman Nature Society! The Alhambra Theatre is located in Haynie’s Corner Arts District, Evansville Indiana.
Event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/529093383904875/
I have two pieces in the show, “WISP” and “Moonlit Night,” both are the framed and matted archival original prints. Only $75 each!! As the name suggests these are the original archival printings of each piece, there won’t be another archival original of either.
As usual, because I never sleep, Sandpaperdaisy Art WILL BE THERE.
I’m slated to appear at Curvo Labs at 58 Adams Ave on Friday March 6th from 6pm-9pm, for the very first First Fridays event at Haynie’s Corner Art District in Evansville, IN! From the businesses to the artists to the art groups involved, all of us are really excited to be a part of this. Below is the press release for the event!
Contact: Reva Bourgasser
Phone: (812) 422-2111
318 Main Street Suite 101
Evansville, IN 47708
Information about First Fridays Series:
Haynie’s Corner Art District to begin First Fridays Series on March 6th
For Immediate Release
Evansville, IN: Haynie’s Corner Art District First Fridays are a collaborative effort between local businesses, neighborhood representatives, and the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana. It is a self-guided tour of indoor and outdoor art exhibits and performers designed to highlight local artists and the businesses hosting them on every First Friday of the month.
The festivities will kick-off in Haynie’s Corner Art District on March 6th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm with the heart of the events being located near the fountain beside The Alhambra Theatre. Local businesses and a variety of artists will be participating including Sauced, The Dapper Pig, Patchwork Central, Soap Solutions, Penny Lane Coffee House, Stef L’s Amour, The Beauty Room, 22 Jefferson Art Studios & Gallery, Heather Landry, D’Alto Studios, Jenna Citrus, Matt Fitzgerald, Keith Boyd, Emily Gartner and more! For the full list of businesses and artists participating and to see upcoming events in the area, visit hayniescorner.com.
Amy Rivers-Word, newcomer to Haynies Corner Art District with The Dapper Pig, but a known figure on West Franklin said, “It is great to see the type of community development and energy that has been so prevalent on Franklin Street exploding over into other districts! The Dapper Pig is simply thrilled to be a part of this very vital and vibrant neighborhood, and we can’t wait to see the outcome of this this first collaborative event, First Fridays!”
The First Friday Series will run through October 2015. Art District businesses and local artists are encouraged fill out applications to participate in the regularly scheduled events. It is free to participate. Applications can be found at artswin.org. Interested parties in sponsoring the event may call (812) 422-2111 to learn how to support this programming.
Attached documents: First Fridays Logo, First Friday March map
Yup, it’s time for the Arts Council of Doom‘s third annual counter-culture invasion of the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana‘s Bower-Suhrheinrich Foundation Gallery and it promises to be awesome as usual. Come on down to the gallery on Friday, October 17 at 7pm for the opening!
Naturally, I’ll have a disturbing weird piece there.
Check them out, don’t they look awesome?? This from Corvidae Collective’s facebook page. I’m also blown away that DIVE is honored to appear next to these awesome pieces. I just know that the overall show is going to be phenomenal. I can tell that the leftmost image is another one by Karen Short, but I’ll have to find out who did the middle one (which I also adore) so I can point you toward their page.
I did discover another awesome artist named Dolly Gode through this art show though. She’s freaking awesome!! I don’t know if she did the middle image or not, but I like her work a lot.
Coming from the amazing Corvidae Collective Gallery and Boutique in Nashville, TN is its latest show, Nomadic Views! Featuring “fantastical views from this world and Beyond,” it promises to be fantastic. I am very honored to have two pieces included in this show. Also, I’m sorry I couldn’t find a bigger image of “Stardust” by Karen Short for the feature image, I just used the one from the show description below. Looks freaking awesome though.
The exhibit they’re currently showing, LIT, featuring artwork inspired by banned and challenged classics, is amazing too. My favorite is the Catcher in the Rye piece but they’re all great.
That’s right, The Art Council of Doom’s second Sci-Fi themed show opening is TONIGHT!!! As you can imagine, it’s all space-themed art including Star Trek and Star Wars stuff. In my case I have archival prints of Yggdrasil and a new piece, Nebula for sale! I’ll post Nebula for you all sometime after the opening.
See you there! =D
Show runs through the end of August at Angel Mounds State Historic Site, here is the Facebook Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/557546804350064/
Yesiree Bob (and everyone else besides Bob) I’m gonna have one of my pieces in Working Together 2014! I’ve been wanting to get into this show for over ten years now, so I’m even more thrilled than usual. This year, I finally got in with one of my Chordata pieces, the snake skeletons!
It’s funny, I was so proud of these babies when I finally finished them (THEY TOOK FOREVER) and then I virtually forgot about them after Patchwork Dragon, the solo show where they debuted. Thank goodness I thought of them when the call for entries came!!
The opening reception is Saturday July 12th from 6pm to 8pm at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science, feel free to come check it out! I saw some of the entries this year and there were some really cool things, I’m really interested and curious to see this year’s featured artists.
As usual, please forgive my horrible digital shots. There are many more fantastic pieces in this show than what I have pictured here, it was painful to create just a sampling! But the show is still on, and if you want to see all the stunning pieces you gotta get down to PG Gallery and Cafe! Show ends May 17, 2014.
Incidentally, I wrote this post while drinking a White Russian.
PG Gallery and Cafe has a new group show up! This is only some of the cool stuff in the show, many of the shots I took did not pan out or I couldn’t see the name clearly in order to credit the art. But here is a sampling of the awesome art of Collective Mythmaking II, including my completed collage “Kaguya Hime.” For the rest, well…you’ll just have to go! Show is up until April 18th.
WILKE, among the artists included here, has a new show Wormwood opening the evening of April 19th at the Tin Man Brewery. Many of the rest of us including myself, Stephanie Osborne and Christy Jochum will be at the Earth Day Art Crawl outdoor art sale earlier that day!