opening reception October 27th from 5-10pm at la bodega gallery 2196 logan ave san diego CA 92113
part of the horrorgasm art crawl the classic monsters art show and the supernatural horror art show will be on display until November 9th at both subterranean coffee boutique locations in San Diego CA
Come celebrate your favorite Mercenaries and Anti-heroes from movies, TV, comics and popular culture.
Free and open to all ages.
Opening reception July 21st. from 6-9pm. Meet the artists and vendors and discuss your favorite anti-hero with us. Brought to you by Thumbprint gallery and guest curated by Jennifer Cooksey
The Comic-Con International Art Show will once again take place at the Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel. July 19th-22nd
Check back later for the exact location. The Art Show will be open to the public. You do not need a Comic-Con badge to attend or purchase art!
Come by and check out a few of my sculptural pieces that will be on view at the art show
Come celebrate retro video games with this group art show curated by Jennifer Cooksey. Opening reception June 16th from 6-9pm at subterranean coffee boutique Hillcrest 412 university ave San Diego 92103. Cosplay Encouraged. Meet the artists and vendors and discuss your Favorite retro games.
Solo art show of artist Luz Clayton curated by Jennifer Cooksey.
This Solo exhibition explores in-depth the struggles of artist Luz Clayton with anxiety and depression which is translated and expressed through her digital and mixed media works of art.Follow Luz on her journey of self discovery and realization that for her, true healing and wellness did not come in the form of prescription medication but her wellbeing was found in the vibrant and vivid colors of her art. Art served as a means for Luz to process and confront the daily struggles brought on by her depression. Creativity and inspiration healed Luz and continues to provide an outlet for her darker thoughts and emotions. When she cries Luz’s tears are no longer clear streams, reflecting only her inner darkness, now her tears fall in a rainbow of color, expressing the rejuvenating effects of art on her life. Although Luz has suffered crippling emotional trauma and loss, her work is not somber or dark but rather is a brightly colored exploration into hope and wellness. Luz has harnessed her creativity and desire to share her story into this solo exhibition and now seeks to share her art with the community to inspire and to give hope to those that suffer from anxiety and depression