Friday, September 24, 2010

Killer Krystal showing this Sat. in SF

This is my newest vixen, 'Killer Krystal', I used a reference pic shot by Dylan Maddux during a photo shoot we collaborated on with the lovely Krystal. She is painted on a 2ft x 3ft canvas with acrylic and is framed in a nice gold frame. I am donating this piece to the Hell's Belles Silent auction held at the 941 Gallery (Shooting Gallery's new gallery space). All proceeds from the auction are donated to the Bay Area's Women and Children Center. There is also a great derby race that takes place during the auction with hand made derby cars, as well as great art on display. Details below...

The event will be held at 941Geary Gallery
Located at 941 Geary St. between Van Ness & Larkin- Look for the “Downtown Smog Test” signs. The smog place is now an art gallery. You can also enter from Myrtle Alley, through the roll up doors
Please note: This is NOT the gallery where it was held last year, but it’s just a few steps away from last year’s venue at 835 Larkin St. Trust us, you will not miss it!!

Doors open at 6:00 pm, races start at 8:00. If you plan to race a car, be sure you bring it early enough to check it in. If you are late, you won’t be able to race it—it’ll be displayed as a show car.

We’ve got some really great pieces in the Silent Art Auction this year. Remember, people tend to get pretty good deals at silent auctions and all the proceeds go to the Bay Area Women’s & Children’s Center in the Tenderloin. If you’ve never participated in a silent auction, don’t worry, we’ll show you how—it’s not difficult. You do need to bring a credit card though (or cash).

This year we’ve got work from Amandalynn, Ben Collison, Talbot DeVil, Josh Ellingson, Jeremy Fish, Frank Kozik, Michael Murphy, Jeremy Natividad, Jamie O'Keefe, TJ Rappel, Nicole Steen, Jeff Stevens, Sherwin Viray, Jay Watson and other surprise art stars….

The auction artwork will be up during the entire event so come and check it out and you might be going home with something cool.

1 comment:

  1. Awesome piece and rad that you are donating it to charity as well. Hope the show's stellar. I'm sure it will at Justin's gallery.


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