Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center
100 Artists See Satan Again: A Fundraiser
125 N. Broadway
Santa Ana, CA 92701
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June 26th, 2010 - August 15th, 2010
June 26th, 2010 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
© Courtesy of Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center
Kii Arens, Lucifork,
2010, Acrylic on canvas, 48" x 72"
© Kii Arens
Gary Baseman, Le Sauvage Satan,
2010, Mixed media, 4.25" x 7"
© Gary Baseman
Luke Chueh, The Devil's In The Details,
2010, Acrylic and ink, 8" x 10"
© Luke Chueh
Bob Dob, Soothing The Soul,
2010, Oil on panel, 16" x 20"
© Bob Dob
Ron English, Holy Roman Emperor,
Oil on canvas, 36" x 36"
© Ron English
Paul Frank, Stu's Cousin,
Mixed media framed relief sculpture , 15" x 17"
© Paul Frank
Camille Rose Garcia, Subterranean Death Clash,
Hand-glittered limited edition giclée on paper, 24" x 35"
© Camille Rose Garcia
Gregg Gibbs, Can You See Satan In My Face?,
2009, Oil on panel, 11.5" x 9.5"
© Gregg Gibbs
Don Ed Hardy, Billy The Kid,
Acrylic on handmade paper, 23" x 15.5"
© Don Ed Hardy
Laurie Hassold, Stitch Ears,
Steel, resin clay, toy parts, toy bones, fake eyelashes, crocheted lace, acrylic paint and nail polish, 15" x 16" x 6"
© Laurie Hassold
Bad Otis Link, Heaven's For Pussies,
Marionette, acrylic and ink on hardboard , 14" x 7" x 34"
© Bad Otis Link
Laurie Lipton, Maskers 2,
Charcoal & graphite on paper, 16" x 21"
© Laurie Lipton
Chris Mars, The Inquisitor's Mistress,
Oil on panel, 8" x 10"
© Chris Mars
Joshua Petker, Dressed For Success,
Acrylic on canvas, 12" x 12"
© Joshua Petker
Victoria Reynolds, Lord Of Fat,
Oil on panel, 19.75" x 15.75"
© Victoria Reynolds
Mark Ryden, The Pumpkin President,
signed and numbered poster (unframed), 25" x 33"
© Mark Ryden
Todd Schorr, The World We Live In,
Limited edition giclée on canvas, 38" x 17.5"
© Todd Schorr
Jeffrey Vallance, Demon Land: Tasmania,
2002, Crayon, pencil, ink on paper , 15.5" x 11"
© Jeffrey Vallance
Marnie Weber, I Love You,
collage on archival pigment print mounted on sintra, 27.25" x 21.75"
© Marnie Weber
Eric White, Nope,
2010, Oil on panel, 12" x 12"
© Eric White Incorporated
Robert Williams, Pavilion of the Red Clown,
Signed, framed giclée, 32" x 38"
© Robert Williams
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modern, lowbrow/urban pop mixed-media installation pop surrealism, lowbrow surrealism, LOWBROW graffiti/street-art painting
100 Artists See Satan: A Fundraiser
Organized by CSUFGrand Central Art Forum and CSUF Grand Central Art Center
June 26 - August 15, 2010
PRESALE WEBSITE LAUNCH PARTY JUNE 6TH AT 6PM (666!)
Exhibition: 100 Artists See Satan: The Fundraiser
June 26 - August 15, 2010
Reception: Fundraiser Event Preview June 26, 2010 7-10pm
Opening Reception July 3, 2010, 7-10pm. Admission is free.
Lectures & Events: *Free docent group tours of the exhibition and building 11-4pm every day (Closed Monday) [...]
Mark your calendars for the opening of "100 Artist See Satan-THE FUNDRAISER":
Saturday, June 26, 7pm-10pm at Grand Central Art Center
Says the release:
"100 Artists See Satan: The Fundraiser" is a fundraiser thinly disguised as an exhibition.
Grand Central Arts Forum, the support group for Grand Central Art Center (GCAC) revitalizes the hit exhibition, '100 Artists See Satan', a survey of contemporary artists and their interpretation of the supreme demon. Unlike the original exhibition, this iteration of the collection will be presented as a fundraiser,
with works available for sale to the public. All proceeds will benefit future GCAC programs and exhibitions. An exclusive
live preview will be held Saturday, June 26 from 6-7pm with
the public reception scheduled from 7-10pm. On July 3 from
7-10pm GCAC will host the opening reception to coincide with Downtown Santa Ana's First Saturday Arts Walk. The exhibition will remain on view through August 15, 2010.
The fundraiser is a devilishly-conceived-to-raise-money spin-off of the critically acclaimed 2004 GCAC exhibition and publication 100 Artists See Satan. Unlike the original exhibition in this version all the art will be for sale with proceeds supporting the art center.
To raise even more money, the Forum has arranged for Grammy award-winning graphic and packaging designer, Hugh Brown to design Satan’s Credit Card. 666 of these cards will be sold for $50 each (the 666th card, however, will be sold for a hell of a lot of money).
The exhibition will include artists Mark Ryden, Ron English, Todd Schorr, Camille Rose Garcia, Charles Krafft, Hugh Brown, Jeff Gillette, F. Scott Hess, Marnie Weber, CR Stecyk, James Lorigan, Edward Colver, Manuel Pardo, Laurie Hassold, Skot Olson, Nathan Spoor, Bigfoot, Dalek, Bale Creek Allen, Greg Gibbs, Naida Osline and more . . . "
This will be an amazing opportunity to purchase that perfect piece of art for that one blank spot on your living room wall.