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Pat Ryan's Art Show - Posters, Prints, and Original Art For Sale

Pat Ryan has a long history as one of the premier creators of rock posters, underground art, and American Indian historical paintings throughout his career.

On Sunday, June 10, 2018 don’t miss you chance to add Posters, Prints, and Original Art by Pat to your art collection at 48 Belle Ave in Fairfax, California for this one day sale!

Creative energy sparks at high noon and goes until dusk.

If you can’t make this event, you can still purchase art from Pat at his website: Buy Now

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48 Belle Ave, Fairfax

Rex Foundation, Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA August 17, 18, 19, 1989 art by Pat Ryan

Rex Foundation, Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA August 17-19, 1989 rock poster by Pat Ryan

Arista Dragon art by Pat Ryan

Arista Dragon rock art by Pat Ryan

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Mural at Faction Brewing by Madeleine Tonzi

We are pleased to announce that Rock Art By The Bay for 2018 will take place on June 30 at Faction Brewing in Alameda. The kind folks at Faction have graciously agreed to share their former airplane hanger with us for the day, so we’ll be setting up tables and grids amid the fermentation tanks at Faction.

Details and the complete list of artists who will be attending this free show are still coming together, but hours will probably be from noon (when Faction Brewing opens) until 7 p.m. (an hour before they close). Kids are welcome at Faction, the beer is amazing, and although Faction does not serve food, a food truck is always parked outside.

So join us on June 30 for Rock Art By The Bay at Faction Brewing! For more info as it becomes available, visit our event page, Twitter, or trps.org.

 

Celebrate Earth Day – Light It With Love

On April 10, 2018, in Posters, by Ben Marks

“Earth Day – Light It With Love,” by Carolyn Ferris

As of this writing, Scott Pruitt was still doing his feckless worst to roll back almost half a century of progress on environmental regulation. The good news is that Pruitt’s zeal has been exceedingly sloppy, which has already resulted in successful legal challenges to regressive regulations on pesticides and lead paint. His agency’s lack of diligence is also likely to undermine the proposed undoing of Obama-era mileage targets for automobiles. The bad news, though, is that once Pruitt is inevitably fired for being just another small-time swindler, President He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named will replace him with someone equally loathsome.

Against this unsettling backdrop comes “Earth Day – Light It With Love,” by rock-poster artist Carolyn Ferris. Sponsored by Personify and printed by PSPRINT, the 13 x 17.5-inch poster is fittingly composed of earth-browns, with a ball of ocean-blue at its center. “‘Light It With Love’ is for all who live here now,” Ferris says, “for our children and grandchildren, and for every soul intending to live here in the future.” While the current environmental junta in Washington, D.C. is preoccupied with an unregulated past it claims once made our nation great, the environmental movement continues to advocate for the children of the future.

“Earth Day – Light It With Love” is now available for the special TRPS price of $40, shipping included. To get your copy to celebrate Earth Day on April 22, 2018, visit Ferris’ site.

 

Sperry Stoked for Spoke

On April 6, 2018, in Events, Posters, by Ben Marks

Chuck Sperry, Hangar 18, 2018. Photo by Shaun Roberts

In a recent interview in Juxtapoz, Chuck Sperry spoke about three of the prints that will be in his upcoming exhibition at Spoke Art:

“A central triptych in my solo at Spoke Art is very loosely, thematically based on the women only festival or ritual Thesmaphoria, a closed ritual devoted to Demeter. The three pieces show Anodos (Ascent), Demeter (Mother Goddess), and Kalligeneia (Beautiful Creation). It is the harvest festival, a ritual fertility sacrifice, and celebration of the creative forces of womanhood practiced in ancient times.”

From left to right: “Anodos,” “Demeter,” and “Kalligeneia” by Chuck Sperry.

In recent years, Sperry’s exhibitions at Spoke have become rituals themselves, in which people camp out for days in advance, rain or shine, in order to get first pick of the artist’s work, which include the aforementioned Greek goddesses in William Morris-inspired settings. For 2018, Sperry’s Spoke ritual begins on April 7, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., and runs through April 28. Think of it as a gift from fall to spring, in which everyone is invited to attend!

 
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