So Unfortunately I never got to take a final picture of the finished version of the piece. Its not much different than this, just a little better rendered in spots. I'll get a better pic of it eventually.
If you are in LA this week stop by Gallery 1988 and get a closer look at the finished piece for the Lost Underground Art Project
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Saturday, December 12, 2009
Thursday, December 10, 2009
I have a painting in the new show next Tuesday at Gallery 1988! Cruise by if your in town!
Ronie Midfew Arts and DamonCarltonAndAPolarBear.com are proud to announce the LOST Underground Art Project, an art show at Gallery1988:LA celebrating one of the greatest television programs of all-time. This event will mark the first time that all 16 prints will be seen in one room! In addition to the prints, over 20 artists will be creating original, LOST-inspired paintings and sculptures (all available for purchase!) to commemorate the event.
These artists are:
Alex Pardee - Ben Strawn - Carlos Ramos - Chris Ryniak - Dan Lydersen - Dan May - Danielle Buerli - Edwin Ushiro - Eric Fortune - Jeff McMillan - Jeremy Asher Lynch - Julian Callos - Ken Garduno - Kirk Demarais - Lauren Gregg - Leontine Greenberg - Luke Berliner - Mark Bodnar - Mark Brown - Martin Wittfooth - Misha (from the mind of Paul Scheer) - Ralph Cosentino - Scott Campbell - Wade Schin - 64 Colors - Brent Nolasco - Dave Pressler - Jason Limon - Jeremiah Ketner - Jesse Hernandez - Jon Burgerman - KaNo - Leah Palmer - Lunabee - Motorbot - Nathan Spoor - Nemo - Pocketwookie - Reactor 88 - Scribe - Pretty in Plastic
The show opens Tuesday, December 15th from 7-10PM and the creators of LOST are attending the event. This night will also have MANY surprises.
You might want to line up early for this one!
(This show runs through Dec. 24th, and the Los Angeles gallery will be open on Sundays through the rest of December from 12-5PM, in addition to our normal business hours of Tues. - Sat. from 11AM-6PM.)
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 4:12 PM
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Monday, November 23, 2009
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Superman was about to take out anyone who got near my art
Me and the Amazingly talented Kevin E. Taylor
Yoskay Yamamoto, Me , and Nate Frizzell
Me and Darin Unke(Kane and Unke) in front of our collaboration piece!
Here are some pics of my work in the show...
"He came as an angel of light, but she wasn't interested"
"She found her way cause he's the map"
"They never could figure out how to pull away"
"The wind finally blew, but it was to late"
"The burden of her fate was to much to bear"
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 2:09 PM
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
The first of a new series from Modus Films, "A Fly on the Wall". In this series we are taking a voyeuristic approach to the everyday life of people we know and are influenced by.
For this first installment we glimpse into the everyday life of Me.
Directed, Shot and Edited by Me
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 9:29 PM
This has been a project in the makings for some time.
I have always wanted to make a zine and I thought it would be a cool thing to have available at my show on Friday.
It has amazing poems by my good friend Nicolo Gullo
They are a limited run of 22 and are $2 a piece.
Hope to see you there!!
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 5:18 PM
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
"They never could figure out how to pull away"
24"X36"X3" Diptych Mixed Media on Canvas
Friday, Nov. 13th
Jeremy Asher Lynch, James Roper and Kevin E. Taylor
LeBasse Projects warmly welcomes Jeremy Asher Lynch, James Roper and Kevin E. Taylor to the gallery for a three person show of new work. Though very different in their approach all three artists bring us their outlook on the changing environment and world around us.
UK based James Roper's work explores a variety of subjects including the restraint and release of energy found within complex structures such as the human body. Maryland native Jeremy Asher Lynch's mixed media works often juxtapose both illustrative and abstract techniques while creating beautiful paintings which often carry a darker subtext. Kevin E. Taylor comes to the gallery from San Francisco where he has been working on a series of paintings that force the viewer to re-examine the relationship between man and the natural world around him.
Jeremy Lynch, Kevin E. Taylor, James Roper
Friday, November 13th, 7-10pm
For more info or preview, please contact the gallery at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 310.558.0200
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 4:15 PM
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Been spending a lot of time in the garage painting for the group show "Natural Wonders" at LeBasse Projects on November 13th.
Very excited to be alongside such great artists (Kevin E Taylor, Nimit Malavia, James Roper, and Eric Davidson)
Coming up pretty soon!
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 10:52 AM
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Here's lil teaser of my homie Nate's Solo Show this Saturday. I went to see him today and got an interview while he worked on his Install.
Nate's latest body of work is a major step up from his past work, and you can really see how much time his has put into this show.
If you are in LA make sure you make it out this Saturday to LeBasse Projects at 7PM
BTW I have a piece in the final show of "The Kids Are Alright" Tour in the project room.
"Trapped in a Basement with $2.00"
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 8:38 PM
Friday, September 25, 2009
So the day after the Fish Fry I took my buddy Jesse from Heart Surfboards 5'8" Twin Fin(not a keel a twin) out for the first time. I don't really ride twin fins but I had to try it, it was to pretty.
Waves were waist/chest+,super mach 10 insiders with massive backwash. Got a few fun ones. Sometimes I gotta look at the surf and say,"What if I was in Florida?'
Here's a few pics Jesse snapped of the session.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 7:32 PM
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Some footage from the 2009 Huntington Beach Fish Fry. We had around 6 shapers and about 20 boards to try out. Many boards were rode and waves fished. Sorry for the lack of footage, I was to busy fishing!
Make sure to make it out next year!
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 12:16 PM
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
I wanted to let everyone know Paper Tiger just dropped my first ever Giclee Print. They are limited to an edition of 25. All signed and numbered by me.
I know times are tough, but I would be super stoked to see all of these things go real fast.
So if you are a fan of my art please purchase one.
CLICK HERE to purchase one
Thanks for the Support!!!
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 2:47 PM
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Friday, September 4, 2009
Thursday, August 6, 2009
I just got finished directing, shooting, and editing the Fall/Winter Video Look Book for my buddies over at Kane & Unke.
It was definitely an adventure on this shoot. I learned a ton.
For one, shooting a guy in a ski mask in Downtown LA at 6AM will turn a few heads!
BTW if you like the clothes you see, you can purchase them over at Metro Park, the jackets will be coming out over the next few months.
Let me know what you guys think!
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 7:02 PM
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
So its about time for the next stop of "The Kids are Alright Tour" curated by Beau Basse of LeBasse Projects.
We were asked to create works in Black and White on paper and framed for Black Maria Gallery in LA.
Here is my submission:
"She finally finds Ducky"
And here is info on the show:
The Kids are Alright at Black Maria Gallery
July 18th through August 8th, 2009
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 18th, 7:00-10:30pm
Black Maria Gallery
3137 Glendale Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Please check out the show if you are in the LA area!
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 10:09 AM
Sunday, June 28, 2009
So me and my buddy Darin Unke finished up a few plush toys for
I am not your toy
Art Whino and Licorice Tree come together for a unique and innovative take on art and plush creations. The exhibition will include original handmade soft-sculpture works submitted by artists worldwide, each attempting to convey the variety of emotions experienced by their human creators.
There will also be a book later to accompany the show.
Saturday, July 11th, from 6pm – Midnight
173 Waterfront St.
National Harbor, MD 20745
Show runs through Aug 7th
Music by DJ Fleg
The event is FREE and open to the public.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 2:24 PM