We are happy to feature KC metro native and current Ohio resident, Kristin Calhoun on our walls for the near future. Her mix of embroidered line drawings and linoleum block prints feel right at home in our space.
You can learn more about Kristin and her work by visiting Spinning Spokes.
Here are some poorly taken images of her work from a smart phone. You can always see them in their full awesomeness at the shop. Continue reading “On The Walls: Kristin Calhoun” »
Following a two-week show from students at Raytown High School (which were quite awesome, by the way), we are now featuring some interesting portraits done by Chad Phillips. Chad obviously feels at home creating images on fabric canvas, but spends most of his time applying ink to human canvases as a tattoo artist for the Raytown Ink Spot. Here are a few cell-phone shots of what is currently hanging at the shop. Continue reading “On The Walls: Chad Phillips” »
We recently invited a group of artists to participate in a themed show to display throughout the holiday season. The artists were given the theme of “A Wish” and required to use mirrors in there work, leaving a space for the viewer to see themselves in the artwork. (See our previous post.
The show was hung on Wednesday, Decemember 1, and the result is a mix of unique perspectives on the theme and uses of the medium. Here’s a gallery of images, but you’ll want to experience these in person. Continue reading ““A Wish” group show features diverse perspectives” »