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Here's more information on the upcoming Blab! Art show (I have a painting in it, on the far right).
Copro/Nason Gallery and Monte Beauchamp proudly presents "The Blab! Show," the third Group Art Exhibition featuring original paintings and illustrations from the NEW issue of BLAB! magazine: the leading anthology of art, illustration, found graphics, and sequential art.
Curator (and BLAB! founder) Monte Beauchamp will also debut the release of his new book Devilish Greetings: Vintage Devil Postcards. To celebrate the event over two dozen artists have created Devil-themed paintings and illustrations and will be offering them for sale.
Artists for BOTH shows include: Shag, Gary Baseman, Tim Biskup, Ron English, Sas Christian, Travis Louie, Mark Frauenfelder, Fred Stonehouse, Mark Todd, Esther Pearl Watson, Greg Clarke, Drew Friedman, Ryan Heshka, Dan Quintana, Travis Lampe, Walter Minus, Mark Mothersbaugh, Jason Holley, Calef Brown, John Pound, Sergio Ruzzier, Skip Williamson and many more.
Guests include: Gary Baseman, Tim Biskup, Fred Stonehouse, Shag, Esther Pearl Watson, Mark Todd, Ron English, Calef Brown, Mark Frauenfelder, Greg Clarke, Travis Lampe, Jason Holley And Monte Beauchamp.
Monte Beauchamp is the founder and editor of the graphics/illustration/ fine arts/comix annual BLAB!, and his work has appeared in Graphis, Print, Communication Arts, American Illustration, Society of Publication Designers, and The Society of Illustrators Annual. His books include: Striking Images: Vintage Matchbook Cover Art (Chronicle Books), The Devil In Design (Fantagraphics), The Life & Times Of R. Crumb (St. Martin's Press), New & Used Blab! (Chronicle Books), And Devilish Greetings (Fantagraphics).
Copro/Nason Gallery (at Bergamot Station)
2525 Michigan Ave T5, Santa Monica, CA 90404
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