Three dimensional pop artist Mitch Mcgee (Featured) sculpts his work from wood then hand paints the work to resemble iconic pop work from the 1960s. He’ll have a brand new piece (full color piece above) and print (black, white and red piece above) as well as a demonstration of how he works at the Affordable Art Fair in New York City, New York on September 25th through September 29th.
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Robots battle in a world that seems simultaneously prehistoric and futuristic in Rob Sato’s watercolors. The artist (first featured in HF Vol. 16) defies the limitations of his medium both in content and in format. While watercolor paintings are typically kept small, he works at mural scale, rendering the precise outlines of his giant robots, warriors on horseback and bizarre humanoid characters. The softness of the watercolor is still there, adding a handmade touch to his mechanical subject matter. Sato’s latest exhibition “Curses” opens on September 20 at Martha Otero Gallery in LA and features several massive works, folded paintings that become sculptural objects, some simplified sketches and painted baseballs that seem to take their cue from the cave walls of Lascaux. Take a look at our preview on Hi-Fructose.
This Saturday, CHG Circa will debut “Giants Among Us,” a group show that challenged artists to interpret the figure of the giant and how it plays out in folklore, contemporary culture and their own mythology. Read more on Hi-Fructose.