Thursday, August 21, 2008

David MacDowell killing it at Crazy 4 Cult 2... solo show on the horizon...

VA. based artist David MacDowell continues to impress and turn heads. Nixed the above image from Gallery 1988's blog (thanks Jensen) where he announced Mr. Kevin Smith had been bloggin' up the piece as well as Stand By Me star Will Wheaton. Pretty damn cool. Be sure to head out on Friday to 'Crazy 4 Cult 2' to see this gem in person and also all the other amazing works that will be on view.

As this piece is sure to sell in a flash to someone in the know before doors open, just wanted to let all know we've got three gems in our inventory currently from David that perfectly capture his wit and strong narrative all captured in his stunning color palate that is all his own.

Below is the first of three works currently on hand and this one is just perfect for the Disney fanatic as it really captures the dark side of ol' Walt - "Welcome To The Terrordrome" indeed.
The above work, well, I think MacDowell must have been having some flashbacks of some kind, as this is yet another perfect example of his wit and imagination... who in their wildest dreams would put a bunch of lil' Al Pacinos in an Oompa Loompa getup, and still tie the piece together as some twisted vision of 'The Godfather' - gotta love it, I know I do.

The below piece, "All Of Them Witches", is currently on hand as well and is a glimpse inside Brad Pitt's worst nightmare, and then some... everything from Angelina in the front brandishing a knife, to Pitt with Billy Bob on his lap to the 'Seven' references... just epic.
Be sure to look out for his work in the upcoming 'Dark Pop' show being curated by Ad Hoc Art's Andrew Michael Ford taking place on Sept. 6th at Paul Booth's Last Rites Gallery in NYC.

Also, as a lil' added treat, check out this recently completed commission (see below) entitled "Pool Party" - the collector had wanted all his favorites characters from movies and more, as well as famous sports figures and more, all in a pool having a good time... Mr. MacDowell nailed it as he always does.
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Get in touch now to be placed on the waiting list for his debut Los Angeles solo show with us next March..

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