Because you think your time or your being is not truth, you believe that the sixteen-foot golden body is not you. However, your attempts to escape from being the sixteen-foot golden body are nothing but bits and pieces of the time-being.
What: Dirty Little Drawings is an exhibit and sale of erotic art featuring the male form. Each piece is on sale for $60. You can build or start your art collection while supporting living artists in New York and the Leslie-Loman Museum.
Where: Leslie-Loman Museum Project Space, 127B Prince Street, between Wooster and West Broadway, basement level (Soho, New York City, Prince Street stop on the R-train)
When: The opening reception is this Friday, March 27, from 6 to 8. A big turnout is expected. If you’re like me and not super-fond of crowds, you might like to come Saturday or Sunday. The show/sale will be open from noon to 6 on both Saturday, March 28 and Sunday, March 29.
The Dirty Little Drawings exhibit and sale offers viewers the opportunity to become instant art collectors, with a dizzying array of original erotic art works by over fifty artists of the Leslie-Lohman Erotic Drawing Studio.
I’ll have fifteen pieces in the show, all watercolors,depicting the beauty of the male form. Each will be on sale for just $60!
Here’s a (small) sampling of what I’m contributing:
The show takes place Friday, March 27 through Sunday, March 29 at 127-B Prince Street in Soho, New York City. The best way to find out more about the event is to visit the Facebook Event page. You can learn more about the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art by visiting their website.
Visual Aids’ 17th Annual Postcards from the Edge Benefit art sale happens this weekend. I’ve donated a postcard-sized watercolor painting to this great cause. I’ll be at the preview party Friday night (they let the artists in at 6pm, but VIP ticket holders can come at 5). The benefit sale is open to the public Saturday, January 31 from 10 to 6 and Sunday, February 1 from 10 to 4. All this happens at Luhring-Augustine Gallery at 531 W. 24th Street. Check out the Visual Aids website for all the details.
The event promises to be quite impressive. There are over 1600 original works of art, all postcard-sized, in the Exhibit benefit. Each piece of art is for sale for $85.
My contribution is a part of a series of abstract watercolors I completed in 2013.