I thought I would post my 2 pieces for the first stop on "The Kids Are Alright" Tour curated by the one and only Beau Basse. The first stop will be at the always amazing T & P Fine Art Gallery in Philladelphia, PA. The show will start ay 7pm on April 3rd.
If you are in the area please stop by cause there is a sick ass crew of kids in this show.
Luke Berliner, Ching Ching Cheng, Asia Eng, Julian Callos, Ryan Dineen, Nicole Dreyfuss, Mylan Nguyen, Nimit Malavia, Yuta Onoda, Martha Chan, Dominique Fung, Chelsea Greene Lewyta, Jeremy Lynch, Andrew Holder, Eric Davison, David Jien, Linda Kim, Steven Gonzalez, Danni Shinya Luo, Wendy Cogan-Toyoda
"Girl #1", 11X14X3, acrylic, Ink, spray paint, gesso
"Girl #2", 11X14X3, acrylic, Ink, spray paint, gesso
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Thursday, March 19, 2009
So this past weekend I cruised over to Jeff Soto's place over in Riverside to wrap up shooting the next episode.
Jeff has been a huge inspiration to me since I began painting 7-8 years ago. So to meet him and hang out has been awesome. I should hopefully have the show done here in the next few weeks, so in the mean time enjoy a few pics from last week courtesy of (arrested motion, Jeff Soto)
So after I went over to Jeff Sotos it was off to Beverly Hills to go see the ever amazing Todd Schorr. To my surprise not only was Todd Schorr and Brad Benedict there but the MR. Robert Williams was there as well to give me some insight on the whole Pop Surrealism-Low Brow-whateveryoucallit "Art Movement"
Needless to say I was schooled on the history of Todd Schorr and Robert Williams. They both had some interesting things to say about artists today and how us "young folks" pretty much don't know shit. Mr. Williams had the sickest stories, and great humor to go along with it.
So look out for an upcoming analog color thingamajig on Todd.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 10:16 AM
Monday, March 16, 2009
Saturday night was awesome. Me, my wife and my mother cruised out to LA for the LeBasse Projects VIP Opening Reception. To say the least Beau and Christine have stepped it up to another level. The new space is incredible! The wine was flowing, finger food was served, and the art was ridiculous. Thanks to all who came out to support the cause. I always forget to bring my camera so i stole all of these images from various media outlets(daily du juor,arrested motion)
Oh yeah I almost forgot. I have a painting in the show.
Make sure you all come out March 21 for the public opening of the new LeBasse Projects.
Posted by JEREMY ASHER LYNCH at 1:46 PM