Wednesday, May 20, 2009

My newest painting in upcoming NYC show

I was asked recently by artist Stephen Beveridge (known as Sowa Mai in Second Life) to participate in a crossover real life/Second Life art event. A few other artists from SL are also participating, Dekka Raymaker (Arthole's current guest artist) and Penumbra Carter among them.

The theme of the show, as told to me by Stephen, is "mining your childhood for art exploration." I had no trouble coming up with an idea for a painting; in fact, I had a particular set of childhood memories in mind that I have been meaning to channel into some art for a long time now. I'm not going to go into exactly what those memories are in this post, but I will share the image of the painting itself and the title.

Bending Trees (diptych)
Bending Trees (diptych)
Year: 2009
Dimensions: 16 in. X 10 in.
Media: Acrylic and thread on canvas.

I am relatively close to NYC, but rather than deliver this painting myself, I shipped it out and it arrived there Tuesday. I haven't decided yet whether I am going to attend the opening reception, but I have time to think about it. At the very least, I will be attending the Second Life event.

Show details:
OSA Artspace
June 1 - June 30, 2009
Reception Friday June 19th. 6:30-8:30
178 Bennett Ave @ 189th St, NYC
1 train to 191st Street | A train to 190th Street

Second Life Version
June 26 - July 3, 2009
Reception June 26th. 6:30-8:30slpm
More details soon!


Penumbracarter said...

Neb that is a powerful piece. Makes you feel the surface has to be tapped.

SunShine said...


It's wonderful. The colors, the image, the vision involved..most of all the artist.

It is breathtaking.

CM Pauluh aka Nebulosus Severine said...

Thank you both -- whenever I start a new painting, I always worry (at least a little) that the elements I attempt to invoke won't come together, but somehow they always do -- most of the time, anyway.

Amy said...

hey! congrats!! so awesome!