Monday, December 31, 2007
Saturday, December 22, 2007
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Saturday, December 1, 2007
(Dec 1 - Dec 12, 2007)
A group show full of small affordable pieces perfect for the holiday season.
Nothing in the show is more than $500, many pieces are less than $100.
Featuring the work of
Adam Koukoudakis (UK),
Allison Cole (USA),
Andrea Shear (USA),
Andrice Arp (USA),
Angelique Houtkamp (Holland),
Anne Julie Aubry (France),
Bil Betsovic (USA),
Cherri Wood (USA),
Chris Crites (USA),
Christopher Ross (Canada),
Chris Stain (USA),
Daniel Bileu (Brasil),
Denise Simon (USA),
Elena Borio (Italy),
Falko One (South Africa),
Flavio Morais (Brasil),
Ian Strawn (USA),
Irina Troitskaya (Russia),
J. Asher Lynch (USA),
Jeaneen Carlino (USA),
Jeff Schultze (USA),
Jimmy Bleyer (USA),
Jonathan Edelhuber (USA),
Joshua Heilaman (USA),
Karen Preston (USA),
Kelly D. Williams (USA),
Ken Garduno (USA),
Know Hope (Israel),
Lauren Gardiner (USA),
Mehgan Trice (USA),
Michael Hsiung (USA),
Mihyun Bae (USA),
Mike Egan (USA),
Plankton Art Company (USA),
Raquel Schembri (Brasil),
Rik Catlow (USA),
Ruben Romero (Colombia),
Scott Saw (USA),
Sean Chao (USA),
Terri Woodward (USA),
Vladimir Zimakov (USA),
Yuki Miyazaki (Japan/USA),
Walt Hall (USA),
Zeila Trevisan (Brasil),
Zoe Langosy (USA),
and more tba!
Saturday, December 1, 2007
From 8:00 PM - Midnight
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 12:51 PM
Here are some links to my Doc Martens first ever artist series boot designed by me. Its pretty crazy for me to see some sketches of mine on some boots. Overall they came out better than I thought. I am pretty stoked on them.
Here is a link to to buy a pair.
And here is Doc Martens link with a little thing about me
Doc Martens Link
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 12:35 PM
Sunday, November 25, 2007
Saturday, November 17, 2007
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
I WILL BE SHOWING A PIECE ME AND JEFF SHULTZE COLLABORATED TOGETHER ON AT THE CARMICHAEL GALLERY THIS SATURDAY. HERE IS THE INFO BELOW. COME OUT AND CHECK OUT SOME GREAT ART IF YOUR IN TOWN.
A group show of all collaboration work from around the world, featuring work by Alex Noriega (Spain), Andrea Davis (USA), Andrea Shear (USA), Andreas Kasapis (Greece), Bil Betsovic (USA), Chad Mount (USA), Douglas Alvarez (USA), Eric Davison (USA), J. Asher Lynch (USA), Jeaneen Carlino (USA), Jeff Schultze (USA), Jimmy Bleyer (USA), Jo Ann Kim (USA), Jonathan Edelhuber (USA), Justin Sloan (USA), Ken Garduno (USA), Klone (Israel), Know Hope (Israel), Lauren Gardiner (USA), MakeOne (USA), Marcella Franca (Brasil), Marina Swarovska (Brasil), Oddzoo (USA), Paul Allen (USA), Petite Poupee7 (Brasil), Plasma Slugs (USA), Prila Paiva (Brasil), Restitution Press (USA), Ryan Davis (USA), Sara Brum (USA), Sean Christopher (USA), Sean Stepanoff (USA), Terri Berman (USA), Tom Haubrick (USA), Walt Hall (USA), Yuki Miyazaki (Japan/USA), Yulia Malinskaya (USA), Zeila Trevisan (Brasil), Zero Cents (Israel), and more!
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art
1257 N. La Brea Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90038
(SW corner of La Brea and Fountain)
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 9:26 AM
Sunday, November 11, 2007
18X24 Gallery Canvas, Mixed Media
This is a collabo piece between me and my boy Jeff Schultze growvisuals flickr
Jeff started the piece by adding one of his incredible, original backgrounds. Then I ruined the piece by adding all the foreground elements. haha. Actually I am pretty stoked on how it came out. It will be going to West Hollwood to the Carmichael gallery for a international callaboration show. If you can be there check it out. Cheers.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 3:24 PM
Saturday, November 3, 2007
Sunday, October 28, 2007
Saturday, October 27, 2007
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
I did a little retouching on this piece. Prints will be available for sale on http://www.mathitis.org in the near future I will keep you updated when they go up for sale. I believe it will be a limited edition of 100. It is also for a good cause.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 2:17 PM
Tuesday, October 16, 2007
I just got published in "SCARTISSUE MAGAZINE" a art, design magazine from Barcelona, Spain. Here is a link to flip through the magazine. I am on page 8.
When they go to distribution I will put up a link to purchase if anyone is interested.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 11:26 PM
Saturday, October 13, 2007
Here are some pictures of bits of my process creating a piece. This particular piece is for a book cover called "Solstice of a Troubled Mind" by Nicolo Gullo. It will have the brain split up like the old Phrenology Human Head Drawings with small illustrations based on parts of the story. I will keep the process updated till its finished.
By the way this is my first painting in years using only acrylics.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 9:33 PM
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Sorry for the lack of updates lately. I am super busy with my new job as an editor at www.jack9.com
It has taken a toll on my art as of lately because I am trying to get dailed in with the job so I am working some long days.Its cool though and I promise there will be some more painting very soon. Alot started just finding time to finish them right now.
I hope you like the new piece
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 9:03 PM
Monday, September 17, 2007
Thanks to Seth and Elisa Carmichael for putting on such a great show with an amazingly diverse collection of artists. It was nice to see all of the different styles coexisting together so well. If you get a chance please do yourself a favor and stop by. And BTW KAt Von D's tattoo parlor is directly next door, so buy some art and celebrate with some fresh ink. Here are some pics
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 11:34 PM
Saturday, September 8, 2007
I have a few pieces in this show in West Hollywood. It should be a great event so come on out and check out some great new art. Visit www.sethcarmichael.com for directions
As part of their monthly series of group shows, the Carmichael Gallery has assembled another exciting line up of emerging artists from around the world. "So many selves..." is a diverse collection of works from over twenty-five artists of varying backgrounds, ages, gender, and circumstances. Each of the pieces in the show is unique in subject matter, style, and, quite frequently, media. No one theme dominates, and yet the harmony and flow of creative impetus is unhindered from the first canvas to the last. Like a crowded room of beings engaged in animated conversation, each eager to tell his or her personal story, "So many selves.." demonstrates the beautiful communion and growing international empathy of our art world.
Including works by: Alexandre Yassu (Brazil), Andrea Shear (USA), Angelique Houtkamp (Holland), Binho Barreto (Brazil), Candice Tripp (South Africa), Chris Stain (USA), Ciro Schu (Brazil), Damion Silver (USA), Daniel Bileu (Brazil), Fefe Talavera (Brazil), HUSH (UK), Irina Troitskaya (Russia), J. Asher Lynch (USA), Jeff Schultze (USA), Josh Taylor (USA), Josh Heilaman (USA), Justin Kleiner (USA), Justin Lyons (USA), Ken Garduno (USA), Lindsey Kuhn (USA), Mike Egan (USA), Misery (NZ), Mose120 (UK), Nate Williams (USA), Petite Poupee7 (Brazil), Randy Noborikawa (USA), Rodrigo Villas (Brazil), Sergio Mora (Spain), Terri Woodward (USA), Yuki Miyazaki (Japan/USA) and more!
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 10:03 AM
Monday, August 27, 2007
I have been adding slowly pages to my sketchbook. Here are a few sample pages. Hope you enjoy. I hope to one day in the next year produce a small magazine of some of my favorite pieces.
I also have been trying some new color palettes and working on stylistically moving towards a more realism sorta thing. I just feel as if I dont want my work to become stale. I have added a piece here of what I am sorta talking about. let me know what you think. I really appreciate your feedback on my work.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 12:09 PM
Thursday, August 23, 2007
Last Saturday me and the fam took as trip down to Del Mar to check out The Art of Surfing Festival. It was way cool. They had about 100 super cool surfboards from all kinds of great shapers. Got to see a board shaped like a seed, and painted by Thomas Campbell. I cant believe I didnt get a pic of that(sorry). It was very cool though. They also had a surf contest going on along with live music and food. But my real mission was to check out some art in the Gallery they had set up inside. I was very impressed with all of the artists work. The standouts were Scott Chenoweth (freakin amazing), Thomas "The Master"Campbell (of course), Alex Knopps(very original), some cool Andy Davis stuff, a huge Wolfgang Bloch piece, and some beautiful photos by surfing legend Rob Machado.
All in all a fantastic event. Here are some pics
Click on pic for a larger version
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 12:11 PM
Friday, August 17, 2007
Me and my family just made the trek from Florida over to beautiful sunny Carlsbad, California. It's been 2 weeks and I have decided to never leave. I love this place! There is surf everyday and concrete skateparks galore. Its been super fun so far. Here are some shots of my new work space and a few new pieces I finished in the last few days. Let me know what you think.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 6:22 PM