Peoples Art of Portland, Po Boy Art/Jason Brown, and Chris Haberman presents…
"FanFare: The Art of Science Fiction and Fantasy”
60 + Portland artists show their fan art on the beloved genres
Featuring Alan Hynes
Reception: Saturday, August 18th. 5-9pm.
Show runs August 18th – September 9th.
featured artist Alan Hynes
Alan Hynes is a graphic designer, originally from Dublin, Ireland. He now lives and works in San Francisco, California and designs for a diverse range of clients and companies with work spanning from corporate identity to fine art. In recent years he has worked extensively in the skateboarding industry developing brands and designing products for Spitfire, Real, Antihero and some of the top professional skateboarders in the world.
Much of his time is spent creating screen printed concert posters for music acts ranging from Van Morrison to The Dead Weather, alongside posters for movies and film. Printed by hand in limited editions many of his prints have become sought after collector items and have been featured in numerous films and books including the definitive “Art of Modern Rock” published by Chronicle Books. Alan’s work has been exhibited around the world notably The Museum of Modern Art, Atlanta, the Beatlemania Museum in Hamburg and has been recognized by the Chicago poster biennial and prominent design publications including Communication Arts and Print"
WHY FAN FARE? The art of Science Fiction and Fantasy is a celebrated format of art, from sci-fi/fantasy books, movies, comics, etc. Our gallery ALSO used to be a Toy Store, which housed one of the best varieties of STAR WARS merchandise in the city. With this show, we want the “FANS” of this genre to celebrate their art and the eccentricities of this broad theme. Nerds unite: faeries, warriors, wizards, star trek, trolls, aliens, Vader, Luke, etc – it is all fair(y) game for the show. EACH artist in this show has up to 3 works displayed.
FanFare Artists displayed are: Alan Bennett, Allen Schmertzler, Ali Schlicting, Amy Norden, Andy Vanoverberghe, April Jones, Arkady Roytman, Brin Levinson, Chris Haberman, Christopher Kelleher, Christine Ortez, Chuck Bloom, Colby Dahlstrom, Dan Ness, Darlene Schaper, David D’Andrea, Daniel Ayles, Devon Devereaux, Dougie Weber, EMEK, Emily Bates, Heidi Elise Wirz, Jason Brown, Jason Graham, Jason Edward Davis, Jen Berry, Jennifer Griffo, Joel Barber, Joshua Abraham, Kathy Conrad, Kelly Neidig, Kendra Binney, Kyle Gossman, Lea Keohane, Mario Robert, Matt Schlosky, Mike Trapp, Nathan Turner, Nicole Penoncello, Patrice Demmon, Paulette Hawkins, Peach Momoko, Raithon Clay, Rich Young, Rick Marcks, Robert Francian, Robin Phillips, Roger Lealamanua, Ronni Kobrin, Scott Chase, Sylvia Mann, Tanya Herrera, Terra DeHart, Todd Walberg, Yo Mutsu, Zak Gere, and more!!
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"FanFare: The Art of Science Fiction and Fantasy
We'll have Alan Hynes work from the show available online after the opening here
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Peoples Art of Portland Gallery
700 SW Fifth (3rd floor) People's is Suite 4005
Pioneer Square Mall, downtown Portland
open Thurs-Sun 12-6pm
Chris Haberman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason Brown: email@example.com
Ali Schlicting: firstname.lastname@example.org
Always All Ages. In league with Settlement Galleries – Pioneer Place Mall. (Peoples Art of Portland, Place, and Store). Refreshments provided by Burnside Brewing.
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Peoples Art of Portland Gallery has been active since November 2010. It is a project of gallery spaces gifted to the curators from GGP, the management company for Pioneer Place Mall. Since its inception, the galleries have been well traveled, showing 1000’s of Portland artists in a very unique and professional setting. Annual shows include “The Love of Portland”, “The Big 200” and resident international poster artist, EMEK. We love the mall and its accessibility to anyone the open market place allows. Art doesn’t have to be hard to see, or backed by white walls, it can be simple in its beauty and cultural appeal – its as easy as walking into a mall.
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