SUPER Stoked to be apart of this Upcoming Art Show in Downtown Oakland! More Information to come…Just SAVE THE DATE for this one folks. NOVEMBER 21, 2015. 9pm-2am.
Join me tonight at Oakland Art Murmur during First Friday’s at Warehouse416 Gallery. I still have 2 “Hip-Hop Royalty” paintings available for purchase. “Badu” sold last week at Plaid Friday, so don’t get caught slippin’ and get yourself an original LP piece before its gone!
Warehouse416 . 416 26th Street. Oakland, CA . 6pm-10pm
Loakal Art Gallery & Boutique in Oakland is now selling “Ghetto Bear Stare” Giclee prints. Please visit their store in Jack London Square or visit their website to grab yourself some dope artwork and goodies made by local hands.
Click your HEELS to get you there…
This Friday, Feb.1st in Jack London Square, I will be apart of an interactive group show during Oakland’s Art Murmur. 7 artists will display line drawings with color codes and invite the public to complete their paintings during the opening reception. Please join me and my friends for some creative fun at lOAKal and remember to wear your creative wears because its gonna get messy!
Mills College made an outward gesture to the Oakland community by selecting 8 local organizations/charities that are doing great things in Oakland. Mills College then asked Chopsticks Urban Art Space to help create 8 artist doors to be given to these organizations. The following artists, including myself, were selected to be apart of this project. Safety 1st for the Freedom Schools Project, Deadeyes for Highland Hospital, Joanne Ludwig for the Commemoration Committee for the Black Panther Party, Chris Granillo for the Street Level Health Project, Nite Owl for the Ella Baker Center, Jeannie Scott Hesse for Youth Uprising, Lisa Pisa for the Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights, and Ofel OH for the Mills College Alumni Association.
The finished doors were revealed at the dedication on August 31st, 2012 on the Mills College campus. Here are the finished doors featured at this community event.
Here is a sneak peek at one of the toys I created for this Saturday’s art show. Limited Edition Awesomeness!
Hand cut and sanded poplar wood
Hand Painted Toys by LISA PISA available for purchase at the
“Never Too Old For Toys” Art show in Oakland. July 14, 2012.
Chopsticks Urban Art Space. Opening 4pm-10pm.