Monday, January 30, 2012

Amandalynn showing in 'American Made' this Sat.

 Amandalynn will be showing some of her newest series, 'Feather Ladies', in the 'American Made' event at Cassel Gallery this coming Saturday, February 4th, 2012.

American Made

Gallery Art Exhibition and Musical Event

Closing Reception
Saturday, February 4th 2012 from 8-11pm
Exhibition has been extended until March 3rd, 2012

Cassel Gallery, in conjunction with Goorin Bros. Hat Company, proudly presents the closing event for ‘American Made’, an art exhibition and live music event, scheduled for February 4th, 2012 from 8-11pm.  ‘American Made’ is an exploration of the zeitgeist and an illumination of what artist participants believe it means to be ‘Made in America’. This exhibition is both satirical and earnest in its exploration of the contemporary American moment.
The artists participating in ‘American Made’ represent diverse artistic perspectives and styles. Prairie Prince is a greatly heralded musician who is also a very talented and achieved fine artist. He will be displaying several paintings, as well as performing live with several of his local bands. Lucien Shapiro will be displaying some stunning found object, mixed media sculpture. There are also several talented graffiti artists involved in the show, that have a keen understanding of fine art as well as their prolific street art. Rich Colman and several other very accomplished fine artists will also be displaying their version of ‘American Made’ themed creations. The opening reception of this exhibit was such a great success that Cassel Gallery has asked the participating artists to create some new pieces to display at this closing party event.

Participating artist include:
Prairie Prince, Reyes, Rich Colman, Steel, Chez, Margaretta, Luke Stewart, Magdalena Gross, Jurne, Andy Stattmiller, Lucien Shapiro, Amandalynn

Check out American Made artists Amandalynn, STEEL, Reyes78, Jurne, and Mags painting a mural in the Mission district of San Francisco. Documentation and commentary courtesy of the talented Dana Goldstein.

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