CCA Illustration Program presents:
2011 Faculty & Alumni Show
October 3-7th, 2011
Back of Nave, SF campus
1111 8th Street, SF CA 94107
View artworks from our exceptional faculty in addition to 20+ Illustration alumni from the past decade.
The exhibit highlights the diversity of our community in addition to our common thread: telling stories.
Opening Reception & Lecture
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
6:30-7:30 pm View show, mingle, eat, drink
7:30-9:30 pm "Five Alumni" Panel
Timken Lecture Hall
Come join in a lively and informative conversation with 5 of our alumni from the past decade, representing 5 different directions of Illustration:
Charles Glaubitz http://mrglaubitz.com/
Lisel Ashlock http://www.liseljane.com/
Carl DeTorres http://www.carldetorres.com/
Vincent Perea http://vincentperea.com/
Brynn Metheney http://www.brynnart.com/
Each panelist will give a short presentation of their work and then will engage with the audience in a Q&A and conversation about the world of Illustration, after CCA.
A one-of-a-kind print of my "...Future Passed" painting will be available at Giant Robot's "Robots" show opening Sept. 24. I added some hand painted elements to just one of these prints exclusively for Giant Robot (see attached images). Painted in acyrylic, there's a few extra rotting WWII Valkyrie-like planes done in the lower margin of the print. There's only a few of these left, and this is the only one which will be individualized. If you've been saving up for this print, the time to act has come. All proceeds from this show will go towards aiding Giant Robot's transformation of the GR2 store into a fully functioning gallery space. Artists from the whole GR spectrum have contributed works for the show, helping out a hard working establishment that has helped so many of us get our work recognized. It will be rad.
Pictured above "Ghost Ride", the final installment for "The Open End" exhibition which opened last weekend at Copro Gallery.
To see the full show online, visit the web preview site HERE.
The reviews are in, along with some pictures from the reception at the following links:
Thanks to all who came to the opening, and I hope many more of you get the chance to see the work in person.
"The Open End", Art by Rob Sato
8:00 - 11:30
Copro Gallery at Bergamot Station
2525 Michigan Ave. T5
Santa Monica, CA 90404
I made this comic about seven years ago in a sketchbook and rediscovered it today. Please forgive the crude drawing, then forgive nothing else.
I was cleaning out my studio and I found a stale old sketchbook with only two pages drawn on in it. These were done absentmindedly while watching Andy Kaufmann's "My Breakfast with Blassie" a few years ago. I very rarely do caricatures, and it's not my typical drawing style, so these were weird to stumble on. Looking at old sketchbooks is like time traveling, and this one was had the added feeling that I was seeing into an alternate universe. In any case, I think they're funny drawings.
Here's a cheerful, friendly creature drawn in an older style.
It's better than being bored in church, but waiting in cramped holes watching bands sometimes tests my ability to stay in my skin, & quiet solace must be sought in the sketchbook. A friend suggested I put together a book of drawings of bad bands I've drawn over the years and call it "Your Band Sucks", turns out I actually don't have that many. Most are of good bands. This drawing is of a bad one, though. Sorry guys, whoever you are.
Went to the vet and there was this pug, fat and wheezy.
Came across an old sketch for an old painting, "The Congregation" this morning. In some ways I like it better than the finished piece. The sketch was made where a lot of drawing always got done during childhood--my parents' church. This time I was bored out my mind as an adult. Some things never change.