Sunday, January 30, 2011

The Sky Has A Bruise

Supher working on his art at...
ARTSLAM! 5 year Anniversary!
Art Slam went down like a hooker on Cherry Street but we kid. It was really fun and great to see so many different artist there. Had finish painting early to take plenty of pictures. These are just a few from the night.

Rey laughing while enjoying some fried mushrooms and veggie pizza.

Fletch art, sold mo fo's.

Guest artist from out of town Dave Crosland.

Aesop and his bunny dude. His Current box that he painted on is in front of White Rabbit and he didn't even notice. Wonder where the other three from other artists are located at?

David thinking about the great art going on all around him.

Guys from... ummm, Chicago maybe?

H-train from Austin.

Patterson, always delivers great work.

The Noise Revival Orchestra rock the crowd. 

Evil Dave waiting for paint to dry.

David Almaguer checking out the other artists.

Jim Mahfood the other guest artist.

Soup, local talent from San Antonio.

Angelle's art work.

DJ spinning cool jams.

Saint John paints about peace.

Jessica Patterson having a grand ol' time.

Unknown artist.

Artist painting for the early crowd.

Another unknown artist, we should really learn to meet the other artist but shyness kind of prevents that.

Liz on the right and her friend on the left selling tees and cupcakes. Had one bite and it was delicious, now go buy some cupcakes damn it!

Marie take pictures with Nikon's mortal enemy, Canon. Can't wait to see her pictures.

Patterson and Crosland hating the paparazzi.

David's art.

Genie holding on to her beers.

Artist feeling out his work.

Artist talking.

Strange place to advertise, now back to the show.

Punk rockers.


Expensive beer but that didn't stop us from getting drunk.

Marie, David, and Denise ready to box.

Aesop's art on wood.

Artist at work.

Hip hop keeping the crowd hype.

Mahfood and Rob aka Deadbeat Hero enjoying the good vibes.

Artist that we didn't get to meet so we don't have a name.

Humongous crowd turned up for art and music and to have a marvelous time.

Should know his name by now but... sorry, just can't recall.

Unknown artist.

Again, didn't get a name.

Reyzer, and Fletches... is the right?

Angelle on the right other artist on the left.

Soup's works.

It was a wondrous event. Thanks to Rob for putting the show together, thanks to everyone that came, thanks to Fletch for the ride home, and thanks for all the good vibes. Now it's time to ride a bike or clean or paint for the On and Off Fredericksburg Art Tour in March. First Friday at the Texan Two but to be honest we're just not feeling it. Have a great week and never mind the haters.