Athen B. Gallery is proud to present their latest exhibition of a very under the radar artist named Leighton Kelly who is based in Oakland called “All of the Things” which opened this past Saturday, July 15th. You might recognize his unique sculpture style from some of past group exhibitions at the space. More images and info after the jump!
We are extremely proud to present our second curatorial exhibition at #Hashtag Gallery in Toronto titled “Interactivity”. Our latest endeavour focuses on the interaction between gallery and viewer, and incorporates totally immersive works for the attendees to help transform and become a part of the show themselves. Be sure to show up for the opening of the show on July 28th, 2017 – 830 Dundas Street West at 8pm.
As Athen B Gallery approaches their Two Year Anniversary, the gallery is proud to announce a group exhibition that just open this past Saturday, June 10th at 7pm in Downtown Oakland.
The exhibition itself is very diverse with a wide array of paintings, illustrations and sculptures by: 2501, AXEL VOID, BRETT FLANIGAN, CANNON DILL, ERIK OTTO, ERIK MARK SANDBERG, GRADY GORDON, JASON SEIFE, KYLE LYPKA, MARTINA MERLINI, MERYL PATAKY, MICHAEL PAGE, MUZAE SESAY, NICOMI NIX TURNER, and TROY LOVEGATES.
More images after the jump!
Frédéric Bouin is a multidisciplinary designer and maker concentrating primarily on handmade graphic images. His background is in illustration and graphic design but has slowly turned towards set building and prop making. In his artistic practice Frédéric blends those influences and blurs the lines between illustration and photography. Frédéric recently sent over a killer new project entitled “Death” that will have you mesmerized if it’s digital or reality. More images and information after the jump!
Athen B. Gallery is excited to announce the opening reception of “Muscle Memory” a group exhibition featuring new works of Alexandra Levasseur, Kate Klingbeil, Lynnea Holland-Weiss, and Winnie Truong on April 15th at 7pm. The exhibition will feature all new works by each artist ranging from paintings on canvas, framed paper cutouts, ceramic sculptures, and works on framed wood panels. More info after the jump!
Our friend Nico Craig recently completed a killer new interior mural using only a stamp. That’s right, a stamp! The Montreal based artist used a stamp that says “Land of Confusion” over and over in a stippling technique to give the illusion of two portraits on the surface. Take a peep a the science after the jump!