Tag Archives: Kenji Nakayama

Jaybo Monk: Traces of Nothing

I know, I’m breaking my own MoM rules, but I had to. Jaybo Monk was one of my favorite artists from this year’s Armory Week and he is in town from Berlin! Jaybo will be exhibiting his “paintings, objects, words, … Continue reading

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MoM Day 8: Kenji Nakayama

Learn more about Kenji Nakayama | What is MoM?  ♥

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Proceed & Be Bold

(film by Mike Chew) An inside look at the world of sign painting and the renaissance of this traditional craft via the obscenely talented Josh Luke of Best Dressed Signs, located in Jamaica Plain. Support your local sign painter ♥

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Weekly Wrap-Up for November 11th, 2011

bonnie & clyde x fundraisers & sign painters x odysseys & astronauts x awakening & revisiting

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A Pictorial Look at Distillery Open Studios

(I spy with my little eye…) As you may remember, last time I caught up with the Distillery folks was during the Spring Open Studios which unfortunately coincided with my moving day. I ran through the building at blinding speeds … Continue reading

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Closing Time: FLUX. Offline

(Jim Clifford checks out Jessica Liggero‘s work at Voltage Coffee & Art) So, this is the final week for the FLUX. Offline Show. Have you had a chance to see it? IF not, you still have time(until 10/22). IF for … Continue reading

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Q: Which Artists Will be Participating in the FLUX. Offline Show?

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Weekly Wrap-up for April 8th, 2011

Another one bites the dust.

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The Art of Patience.

Patience is a virtue I could probably work on(temperance comes in a close second).  Often times, if something doesn’t feel right I usually want to yank the reins and fix it. Like now. Immediately. 10 minutes ago.  But that isn’t … Continue reading

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