Damien Mitchell grew up in up Wagga Wagga, Australia. He discovered his talent for art while working in a local paint store called Fitzy’s. At the age of 18, he moved to Prague, Czech Republic, where his passion continued to grow. Throughout his eight years in Prague he painted numerous commissioned walls for international groups such as Doctors without borders, Urban Act, Botas Shoes etc. while also exhibiting in galleries, yet keeping his street based work visible.Read More
REST IN POWER: A TRIBUTE TO THE ART OF RICK BUDO
Boy gets camera, boy starts taking pictures, and more pictures, and more pictures…
Rick Budo was a New York City native who had an unyielding love for his city and all it’s beauty and magnificence. The lens of his camera filtered his already somewhat warped vision and perspective of his daily surroundings.
The Herd is a series of paintings inspired by the Columbia University Farmers Market (a block away from the SoHa location of Arts and Crafts Beer Parlor). It features cows in various settings, including restaurants.Read More
Sean Bowen has been exhibiting his paintings in New York City and New England for the last thirty-five years, including over 25 one-man shows as well as group shows including the Silver Mine Gallery, Hells Kitchen Artists Show, and Bethel Art Junction.Read More
Inspired by a college photo-internship and the allure of long-exposure, time-lapse photography, Philip J. Cunningham succeeds in revealing the essence of his subjects rather than re-photographing the well-known.Read More