Monday, October 27, 2008
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Sunday, October 19, 2008
Here's a little commercial I made for my buddy Tessar Lo explaining his latest body of work for his upcoming exhibition, "my love, it's on we" at Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle, Washington, November 7th 2008.
Tessar Lo/Roq La Rue Preview from Modus Films on Vimeo.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 9:51 PM
Monday, October 13, 2008
You to can be one of the pretty people frolicking in the park, holding hands, singing, and skipping. But if you notice, 2 of them are rockin my shirts and that makes them have twice as much fun! Yeah!!!!!!
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 6:03 PM
Sunday, October 12, 2008
A few months before I moved back to California, I started to really get into a new artist I found. I couldn't help but scour his blog and the internet to find any morsel of his work or history. His work spoke to me on a very personal level and I felt like we were on the same page in some sense.
About 9-10 months go by and I find myself back in California and a job that is allowing me produce, direct, edit my own web tv show. I had an idea for a while and went with it, thus "Analog Color" is born.
After shooting of my first episode at Giant Robot 2 for the Kozyndan install, I was walking out the door and I spotted this guy whom I thought may be someone I wanted to shoot an episode of the show on. So never having meet the guy in my life and going off a picture I had seen on the internet I walk up to him and ask,"Hey, are you Tessar Lo?"
Fast Forward another 10 months and I couldn't be more blessed to have meet such a great person I now consider a great friend. With talent like his you assume pride and yet are met with complete humility. For such a young guy he is full of knowledge not only on art but life. In turn, my personal art has taken a different route(for the better) and I thank him for that.
If you have not yet meet the man behind the paintings, I can only hope you will be as pleasantly surprised as I was.
On another note. As of lately I have been blessed with owning a few Tessar Lo originals, one being a portrait of me and my family. Hope you enjoy them as much as me and my family are.
PS Very soon I will be posting a commercial for his show at Roq La Rue including commentary by Tessar about his new body of work. As far as his art goes, this body of work is by far my favorite.
And in case you haven't seen the Tessar Lo Episode please sit back and enjoy this 2 part episode.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 9:55 PM
Saturday, October 11, 2008
Friday, October 10, 2008
It wasn't enough that Beau Basse at project:gallery had the most amazing roster of talent in LA, So he teamed up with the always amazing Freddi C. to create Cerasoli:LeBasse. I am very proud to be apart of this years calendar at Cerasoli:LeBasse. I'm in a group show in December and next year with a 2 man show in February with the way to talented Eric Fortune.
Tomorrow night is the opening, and I couldn't be any more excited. I have gotten pretty close to the project team over this past year and I am still amazed at the amount of humility displayed by such a crew of talent.
I couldn't be happier to call these guys my friends and hope the project family only grows stronger into the future with this great merger. Congratulations, and Good Luck to Beau and Freddi on this exciting adventure.
Of course, I had to cut up a new commercial for the show and here it is:
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 11:32 PM
So we are back and running with Analog Color Episode 4 featuring "Endless Reflection" commemorating the 20th Anniversary of Neil Gaiman's Sandman at Nucleus Gallery in Alhabra, CA.
The Show was amazing with tons of great art from Mike Dringenburg, Tessar Lo, Jason Shawn Alexander, Barren Storey, Dave McKean, Emonic, Jill Thompson, Mike Shine, Nate Frizzell, Nimit Malavia, Rodney Fuentebella and so many more.
And with over 100 pieces to view it was incredible. We got some great interviews with Mike Shine, Tessar Lo, Jason Shawn Alexander, Emonic, Nate Frizzell, Rodney Fuentebella, and others.
This next episode should be great considering the diversity between the artists.
Analog Color Episode 4 drops October 31, 2008 only at www.analogcolor.com
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 10:43 AM