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Chris Pew

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Colorful Spring Show  
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Judy Dater, Carlos Donjuan, Rupert Garcia, Jasper Johns, Claes Oldenburg, Chris Pew, Inez Storer at Thomas Paul Fine Art April 4th, 2012 - May 19th, 2012
Posted 4/10/12
There are some great paintings by lessor known artists on display at the gallery right now. Walk around one of the modular walls and there are prints by Jasper Johns and a pristine example of Oldenburg's Profile Airflow. It is worth stopping by while the show is up. Many artists are in the show but surprisingly they all work very well together. There are some great Rupert Garcia's that I have never seen before.  A wide mix of work. [more]
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Great Show  
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Judy Dater, Carlos Donjuan, Rupert Garcia, Jasper Johns, Claes Oldenburg, Chris Pew, Inez Storer at Thomas Paul Fine Art April 4th, 2012 - May 19th, 2012
Posted 4/10/12
This new group show includes some really great work by a wide range of artists.  One of the more interesting shows that I have seen in this gallery, and really show the versitility of the work that gets displayed in this gallery.  The three pieces at the front of the gallery, by Carlos Donjuan and Rupert Garcia, particulary the piece entitled, Mao, 1977, by Garcia. These works really pull you into the gallery, and as you move toward the back the works continues to catch the eye.  The most interst... [more]
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Kick Out the Jams  
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Glen Baldridge, The Golden Bears, Hisham Akira Bharocha, Julianna Bright, Ernest Burgos, Chris Corales, Christopher Robin Duncan, Bill Dunlap, Amanda Eicher, Colter Jacobsen, Jason Jägel, Butt Johnson, Griffin McPartland, Tucker Nichols, Chris Pew, Paul Schiek, Jen Smith, Ryan Jacob Smith, William Swanson, Chris Taggart, Andy Vogt, Paul Wackers, Jeremy and Claire Weiss, Mary Elizabeth Yarbrough at the luggage store May 9th, 2008 - June 8th, 2008
Posted 5/12/08
Kick Out the Jams at the Luggage Store drew quite a crowd, with live performance from Hisham Bharoocha: Favorites were pieces by Paul Schiek: and Chris Duncan: ...among many, many others... --Natalie Stanchfield [more]
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