I have a couple of prints included in The Group Print Show at Seattle’s Ghost Gallery. The show features a variety of artists and copies of prints are available for purchase.
Showing: Jan 4 – Feb 4, 2013
Gallery LxWxH opened it’s doors last night in the Georgetown district of Seattle, WA. This show features all past and present artists included in the ongoing LxWxH subscription art series. For the first time, I started with the title and selected the frame as a method for creating the actual piece.
Tonight is the launch of the November edition of the Seattle art subscription series, LxWxH. I have contributed a number of architectural drawings/renderings for this project as a part of my ‘humble structure’ series. This month’s edition features beautiful collage work by Serrah Russell and thoughtful poetry from Alex Filson. LxWxH is curated by Seattle artist, curator and entrepreneur, Sharon Arnold. Each limited edition box of art is available for sale on the LxWxH website.
More images from the humble structure series can be found here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ollieglatzer
‘Cosmos Song’ was created for the Soil Gallery Art Auction. It is inspired by the cosmic vibes and vision of jazz legend Sun Ra.
12″ x 12″ – multimedia drawing
I contributed a piece to the Small Voids public exhibit curated by artist, Todd Jannausch. Todd assembled roughly 110 artists to contribute one piece each for this one-night public exhibition. In the spring of 2013, this portable gallery will travel to Portland, OR and Oakland, CA.
I produced a total of 20 pieces for this show in Vail, Co. This includes two large drawings ‘measuring at 32″ x 46″ which incorporate a variety of materials. Also included in this show are a total of seven 40″ x 30″ prints from my ongoing ‘hypernatural airffiti’ series as well as a handful of smaller b&w drawings.
I have launched Pop 10 Vision, a t-shirt line featuring limited-run apparel and designs.
This drawing is featured in the second edition of the Seattle based Monarch Review literary journal.
(images courtesy of the glint)
On May 5th I participated in a cross-discipline performance evening for ‘artflux’ at the Glint in San Francisco, California. The evening featured a three hour body drawing which I performed in collaboration with Chicago-based actress/burlesque dancer, Lindsey Marks as well as a live canvas painting by Oakland-based artist, Forest Stearns. Later that evening, the 5th House Ensemble performed a selection of contemporary musical works by composers Jacob TV and Pierre Jodlowski.
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recorded over the course of 3 hours
Images from the ‘interlife crisis’ show which featured two of my hypernatural airffiti prints alongside a slideshow featuring more images from this ongoing series. Fictilis gallery in Seattle, WA.