The big blended-media artwork featured earlier mentioned, Numb, was fashioned by Clown Soldier, whose now-legendary signature character I 1st encountered on NYC streets about a 10 years back. Quite a few additional illustrations or photos of artworks — all by artists whose performs have also surfaced in general public areas — now on look at in ROYAL FLUSH comply with:
The at any time-creative Al Diaz provides the beautifully sardonic philosophical and political musings of SAMO©, the project that started in the late 70’s in collaboration with the now-famous Basquiat
Brooklyn-centered Canadian artist Jason McLean, “Gold Home,” 2022, Acrylic paint and acrylic ink Pental brush pen about found canvas
Legendary Lessen East Facet documentarian and visual artist Clayton Patterson, “Blue Knife,” 2021, Embroidery on cloth
London, Ontario-based ceramic artist Susan Working day, “Untitled Mosaic No. 2,” 2022, Ceramic, glaze and underglaze
Toronto-dependent multimedia artist Devon Marinac, “Alpha Mantle Peace,” 2022, Acrylic on canvas
ROYAL FLUSH carries on at Van Der Plas Gallery‘s downstairs showroom by Oct 23. Positioned at 156 Orchard Avenue, the gallery is open Mon-Tue: 12pm-5pm, Wed-Sat: 11pm-6pm and Sunday: 11am-5pm. A closing reception will consider place on Friday, Oct 21 from 6-8pm.
Pics of photographs and artists: Lois Stavsky