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Aaron Johnson – Deer in the Headlights


$450 USD

Deer in the Headlights print by Aaron Johnson
Deer in the Headlights, Aaron Johnson, 27 Color Serigraph on Coventry Rag 290gsm, 21.75 x 21.75 inches, signed and numbered edition of 75, 2016, $450 USD plus shipping.

ARTIST: Aaron Johnson
MEDIUM: 27 Color Serigraph on Coventry Rag 290gsm
SIZE: 21.75 x 21.75 inches
S/N EDITION: 75
PRICE: $450 USD

ABOUT THE PRINT:

Deer in the Headlights: a Romantic American Tragedy in a Pickup Truck. This scene captures lovers in one last kiss before death, the road kill death of a big buck, the shimmering shatter of windshield, the American idyll of the country road snaking a sublime Wild West landscape, and the release of a swarm of spirits into the infinite starry cosmos. I prepped templates for this print by painting on layers of clear mylar, keeping every color isolated for translation into silk screen. This method is akin to my reverse painting process, so the methodology flowed organically from my studio to the Kayrock studio. This 27 color silk screen print is nothing short of a feat of wizardry, masterfully executed by the printmakers at Kayrock out of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. – Aaron Johnson

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Aaron Johnson lives and works in Brooklyn, and holds an MFA from Hunter College, NYC, 2005. His work has been included in museum exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art, Mass MoCA, The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, The Knoxville Museum of Contemporary Art, and The Katzen Center at American University. His work has been exhibited at galleries internationally, including Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen; Stux Gallery, NY; Joshua Liner Gallery, NY; Marlborough Gallery, NY; and Gallery Brandstrup, Oslo. He is the recipient of awards including the MacDowell Colony Fellowship, the Yaddo residency, the Marie Walsh Sharpe Space Program residency, and the CCA Andtrax residency in Mallorca, Spain.

For more information about Aaron Johnson, please consult his website at: http://AaronJohnsonArt.com

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Tom Sanford – Lil Wayne


$100 USD

Lil Wayne print by Tom Sanford
Lil Wayne, Tom Sanford, archival pigment print, approx. 22 x 17 inches,
signed and numbered edition of 100, 2016, $100 USD plus shipping .

NOWhere Limited is pleased to announce the exclusive release of a new, signed and numbered archival pigment print edition by Tom Sanford: Lil Wayne

ABOUT THE PRINT:
This high resolution archival pigment print measures approximately 22 x 17 inches. The signed and numbered edition of 10 is printed on acid free paper and is priced at $100 USD per copy, plus shipping. A printer’s proof edition is also available: here It is limited to just 10 copies and is priced at $250 USD.

ABOUT THE IMAGE:
About this piece, Tom says:

I made this painting of Lil Wayne back in 2009, the same year Adam Bhala Lough released his documentary “The Carter.” Now, seven years later, my painting is being used as the cover art for the internet re-release of the film and so we thought this would be a wonderful reason to issue a print of the painting.

The painting is one that I find particularly successful in a technical sense. Inspired by Otto Dix’s 1913 self portrait of the young artist smoking, I hoped to engender a similar expressionistic pathos by juxtaposing a finely painted portrait of Dwayne Carter with a much more expressionistic style in painting the pot smoke coming out of his mouth, gooey and thick with oily medium.

When Bhala approached me about using this image for the re-release of “The Carter” I was incredibly flattered. His film is a powerful documentation of Lil Wayne’s surrealist-like artistic process and his alienation as he descends into a drug induced isolation. Adam’s documentary perfectly captured my ambivalent feelings about this fascinating artist’s life and work. I love the painting I made, but his documentary is a masterpiece and I am thrilled to have this association with “The Carter.”

Lil Wayne print by Tom Sanford

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Tom Sanford is a New York-based artist whose work is exhibited around the world. His paintings, which range from historical works depicting celebrity assassinations to portraits of gangsta rappers and teen pop tarts to elaborate cosmologies weaved together from Hollywood movies, reflect a deep ambivalence about the American cultural condition.

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Joseph Meloy – The Cardsharps (Caravaggio)


$25 USD

The Cardsharps (Caravaggio) print by Joseph Meloy
The Cardsharps (Caravaggio), Joseph Meloy, archival pigment print, approx. 5 x 7 inches,
signed and numbered edition of 15, 2016, $25 USD plus shipping .

NOWhere Limited – Contemporary Art is pleased to announce the exclusive release of a new, archival print edition by Joseph Meloy: The Cardsharps (Caravaggio). Each signed and numbered piece comes with an assorted pack of stickers and a button featuring Meloy’s creation: “The Primate.”

ABOUT THE PRINT & STICKERS:
This edition, printed with high resolution archival pigments on heavyweight acid-fee 100% cotton paper, measures approximately 5 x 7 inches. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and is priced at $25 USD per copy, plus shipping. With each print, the collector receives an assorted pack of stickers and a button produced by the artist. A printer’s proof edition is also available. It is limited to just 2 copies and is priced at $35 USD, plus shipping, each. ***UPDATE*** The proofs are SOLD OUT.

ABOUT THE IMAGERY:
This image is part of an ongoing series of fine art parody pieces Meloy has been working on for the past few years, and refers to the famous post-Renaissance painting by Caravaggio. Meloy’s version stars his iconic character The Primate, as described below…

The Primate is New York City’s omnipresent street creature. Originally conjured up in 2012, over the past few years, The Primate has evolved into an autonomous, sentient being, and is always there to greet you in public bathrooms, pizzerias, and sticker spots across the globe. (IG: @theprimatenyc)

The Primate Assorted Sticker Pack by Joseph Meloy

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Joseph Meloy is a visual artist born and raised in New York City. Working in a style he coined “Vandal Expressionism”, his particular brand of post-graffiti abstraction draws heavily from AbEx, art brut, surrealism, cave painting and pop art, invoking primal elements of graffiti and the iconography of damage and intrusion from street art to turn the calligraphic scribbles of the street into a medium for artistic divination. Unencumbered by distinctions between the abstract and the figurative, his work delves into the impulses of the subconscious, transcribing them spontaneously onto canvas, paper and wall in an otherworldly yet distinctly urban visual language.

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Aaron Johnson – Ship of Fools


$150 USD

Ship of Fools print by Aaron Johnson
Ship of Fools, Aaron Johnson, archival pigment print, approx. 17 x 20.25 inches,
signed and numbered edition of 10, 2016, $150 USD plus shipping.

NOWhere Limited is pleased to announce the exclusive release of a new, signed and numbered archival pigment print edition by Aaron Johnson: Ship of Fools

ABOUT THE PRINT:
Originally realized as a painting in acrylic on polymer knit mesh, Ship of Fools is now available as a limited edition print. This high resolution archival pigment print measures approximately 17 x 20.25 inches. The artist’s signed and numbered edition of 10 is printed on acid free paper and is priced at $150 USD per copy, plus shipping. A printer’s proof edition is also available. It is limited to just 2 copies and is priced at $350 USD. (UPDATE: The printer’s proofs are SOLD OUT).

Aaron talks about this piece:
The Ship of Fools is a classical allegory, and a theme that can be found in works by Heironymus Bosch, Dürer, and countless others. The allegory depicts a vessel taken over by force by those who are deranged, frivolous, or oblivious, and seemingly ignorant of their course. This print edition derives from one of my personal favorite paintings I’ve made in the past several years. The Ship of Fools theme resonated with me in relationship to the chaotic, confusing, and tumultuous times in which we are living. The contemporary human condition can seem like we are lost at sea, an overcrowded boat full of drooling fiends and hideous monsters, sailing towards our self-inflected doom. On the same token though, it’s a hell of a ride, full of joy, beauty, and laughter. – Aaron Johnson

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Aaron Johnson is a painter based in Brooklyn, NY. His reverse-painted acrylic-polymer-peel paintings inhabit the realms between the erotic-catastrophic/ecstatic-psychotic/comic-tragic, fusing diverse painting vocabularies into his own distinctive breed of Americana-grotesque, all rendered obsessively with tender brutality. Roberta Smith in The New York Times describes his works as visceral, beautiful and flamboyantly timely, which is saying a lot. Johnson received his MFA from Hunter College, NY in 2005. His work has been exhibited internationally at such venues as Stux Gallery, New York; Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, NY; Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen; Gallery Brandstrup, Oslo; The Running Horse Contemporary Art Space, Beirut; and Kunsthalle Exnergrasse (Vienna). Johnson’s exhibitions have been reviewed in many publications including Modern Painters, Art News, Beautiful Decay, Kunst International, The Village Voice, and The New York Times. In 2007 he was awarded a Space Program grant from The Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, and is MacDowell Colony Fellow for 2012. His work is in the permanent collections of The Weisman Foundation and The Museum of Modern Art.

For more information about Aaron Johnson, please consult his website at: http://AaronJohnsonArt.com

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Joseph Meloy – Grotesque Paraphrasing – Bowser’s Castle


$60 USD

Grotesque Paraphrasing - Bowser's Castle print by Joseph Meloy
Grotesque Paraphrasing – Bowser’s Castle, Joseph Meloy, archival pigment print, approx. 17 x 22 inches,
signed and numbered edition of 10, 2015, $60 USD plus shipping .

NOWhere Limited is pleased to announce the exclusive release of a new, signed and numbered archival pigment print edition by Joseph Meloy: Grotesque Paraphrasing – Bowser’s Castle

ABOUT THE PRINT:
This high resolution archival pigment print measures approximately 17 x 22 inches. The artist’s signed and numbered edition of 10 is printed on acid free paper and is priced at $60 USD per copy, plus shipping.

ABOUT THE IMAGE:
About this piece, Joseph says:

“An expressionist homage to an iconic scene, grotesquely paraphrased fast and loose.”

Grotesque Paraphrasing - Bowser's Castle print by Joseph Meloy

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Joseph Meloy is a visual artist born and raised in New York City. Working in a style he coined “Vandal Expressionism”, his particular brand of post-graffiti abstraction draws heavily from AbEx, art brut, surrealism, cave painting and pop art, invoking primal elements of graffiti and the iconography of damage and intrusion from street art to turn the calligraphic scribbles of the street into a medium for artistic divination. Unencumbered by distinctions between the abstract and the figurative, his work delves into the impulses of the subconscious, transcribing them spontaneously onto canvas, paper and wall in an otherworldly yet distinctly urban visual language.

For more information about Joseph Meloy, please consult his website at: http://josephmeloy.com

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Tom Sanford – American Garbage


$100 USD

American Garbage print by Tom Sanford
American Garbage, Tom Sanford, archival pigment print, approx. 20 x 17 inches,
signed and numbered edition of 15, 2015, $100 USD plus shipping .

NOWhere Limited is pleased to announce the exclusive release of a new, signed and numbered archival pigment print edition by Tom Sanford: American Garbage

ABOUT THE PRINT:
This high resolution archival pigment print measures approximately 20 x 17 inches. The artist’s signed and numbered edition of 15 is printed on acid free paper and is priced at $100 USD per copy, plus shipping.

ABOUT THE IMAGE:
About this piece, Tom says:

Modified Master Paintings (The Rape of the Masters)

These paintings are the first in a new body of my work for which I have commissioned Chinese commercial painters to make reproductions of canonical works of western painting. I then have them shipped to my New York studio and alter them by painting over some, or almost all of, the original image.

The project was inspired by a visit to an exhibition of the work of Asger Jorn while visiting Copenhagen, Denmark in 2014. I was particularly interested in Jorn’s “Institute for Comparative Vandalisme” in which he modified or disfigured department store paintings as well as 19th century salon paintings. It occurred to me that the availability of high quality but affordable reproductions of paintings from the Chinese commercial painters provided an opportunity to “modify” and attempt to “improve” any painting that one could find an image of on the internet. Certainly in the case of Jorn’s paintings, the “modifications” were much more exciting, and to my eye much better, than the original paintings that he had started with. But the paintings Jorn started with weren’t all that good. It would be a greater challenge, and of more interest to me, to try to “modify” and perhaps “improve” some of the greatest paintings of the western canon. I selected a seven of my personal favorites and commissioned the Chinese commercial painters to reproduce them at 1:1 scale to the originals.

I think my interests and intentions might not have been the same as Jorn’s and the Situationists artists as his modifications seem intended to use painting language to point out that avant-guard provocation is a convention, and even a joke. At this point the avant-guard is quite clearly an antiquated notion, having been ridiculed for decades in popular culture, and not really my concern at all. I thought of the project as less intellectual and more emotional. What would it feel like to work into a great painting? To deface (and probably ruin) a work that one has the greatest respect for? What would happen when my starting point was a complete and probably perfect painting?

I found that it difficult to start these paintings. Usually when I start a painting I have a clear idea of where want to end that painting. This was not the case here. With these paintings the first move was to mess up the painting, then react to that and mess it up some more with more mistakes, and continue on that trajectory until hopefully the painting would become a new and different thing, not just a vandalized version of the original. At the same time as wishing the painting to be a new painting, I wanted to leave just enough of the old painting so that the viewer could recognize the original starting point of the image.

I am somewhat embarrassed to admit that the problem of reworking these master works caused me real anxiety, or compounded my usual anxieties about money and family and other real life concerns. I found myself sleeping less, drinking more and just being a little more grumpy than I usually am. I came to the conclusion that it was foolish to aspire to improve on these works, but I could hope to modernize them, rework them with a chaotic aesthetic that seemed more contemporary. I did not try to have a seamless integration of my modifications (as I sometimes try to do in my Mao paintings). Instead I varied my style and painting approach to make it apparent that something here was old and something was new, but perhaps it is not immediately obvious exactly what I painted and what remains. In the end the paintings are aggressive and chaotic in places but also have moments of care and consideration. I believe that these paintings reflect my anxiety and ambivalence about modifying and/or vandalizing the Masters. I am still digesting these works and what I have accomplished here…

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Tom Sanford is a New York-based artist whose work is exhibited around the world. His paintings, which range from historical works depicting celebrity assassinations to portraits of gangsta rappers and teen pop tarts to elaborate cosmologies weaved together from Hollywood movies, reflect a deep ambivalence about the American cultural condition.

For more information about Tom Sanford, please consult his website at: http://tomsanford.com

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Killingstar – A New Wave

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ARTIST: Killingstar
MEDIUM: Print (Giclee)
SIZE: 13.75 x 22″ (approximate)
EDITION: 20, signed and numbered

“I was watching my art co-opted into movie posters and toys. It was happening too regularly for my taste so I decided to take a break and let others come up with ideas on their own for a while. I was irritated but it’s all over now because a new wave is coming.” – Killingstar

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Dave Flores – DeathsHead Print


$100 USD

Dave Flores - Deathshead - print

ARTIST: Dave Flores
MEDIUM: Print (Giclee)
SIZE: 17.9 x 11.8″
EDITION: 50, signed and numbered
PRICE: $100 USD

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Elisha Sarti – Pluperfect


$50 USD



TITLE: Pluperfect
ARTIST: Elisha Sarti
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid-free paper
PAPER SIZE: 20.75 x 17 inches (approximate)
SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $50 USD + shipping

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Elisha Sarti – Allwards


$50 USD



TITLE: Allwards
ARTIST: Elisha Sarti
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid-free paper
PAPER SIZE: 22 x 16 inches (approximate)
SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $50 USD + shipping

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Elisha Sarti – Geminate


$50 USD



TITLE: Geminate
ARTIST: Elisha Sarti
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid-free paper
PAPER SIZE: 22 x 17 inches (approximate)
SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $50 USD + shipping

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Scott Lickstein – Destroying Something Beautiful


$50 USD



TITLE: Destroying Something Beautiful
ARTIST: Scott Lickstein
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid-free paper
SIZE: 21 x 17 inches
SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $50 USD + shipping

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Scott Lickstein – Take Me With You


$50 USD



TITLE: Take Me With You
ARTIST: Scott Lickstein
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid-free paper
SIZE: 17 x 20.5 inches
SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $50 USD + shipping

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Scott Lickstein – Flip


$50 USD



TITLE: Flip
ARTIST: Scott Lickstein
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid-free paper
SIZE: 21.5 x 17 inches
SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $50 USD + shipping

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Jeff Soto – Root Boxer


$50 USD



TITLE: Root Boxer offset lithograph print (2003)
ARTIST: Jeff Soto
PRICE: $50 USD + shipping

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Jeff Soto – Black Skull


$225 USD



TITLE: Black Skull print (2005)
ARTIST: Jeff Soto
SIZE: 22.5 x 16.5 inches
SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION: 50
PRICE: $225 USD + shipping

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Lady Pink – Lady of the Leaf


$200 USD



TITLE: Lady of the Leaf
ARTIST: Lady Pink
SIZE: 24 x 22 inches
SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION: 40
PRICE: $200 USD + shipping

Lady Pink was born in Ecuador and raised in NYC. She painted subway trains from 1979-1985 and is considered a cult figure in the hip-hop subculture since the release of the motion picture “Wild Style” in 1982, in which she had a starring role. As a leading participant in the rise of graffiti-based art, Lady Pink’s canvases have entered important art collections such as those of the Whitney Museum, the Brooklyn Museum and the Groningen Museum of Holland.

This archival pigment print on acid-free cotton rag paper measures approximately 24 x 22 inches and is signed by the artist, stamped and numbered.

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Barnaby Whitfield – Bird Girl


$80 USD

Bird Girl - print by Barnaby Whitfield
Bird Girl, Barnaby Whitfield, archival pigment print on acid-free paper, 16 x 22 inches, signed and numbered edition of 30, $80.


NOWhere Limited is pleased to announce the release of a new, signed and numbered print edition by Barnaby Whitfield: Bird Girl.

Originally realized as a pastel on paper, Barnaby Whitfield’s exquisite image Bird Girl is now available as a limited edition archival pigment print on acid-free paper. It can be purchased exclusively through NOWhere Limited for $80 USD per print + shipping.

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INFO:
Each print in this extremely small edition of 30 pieces has been signed and numbered by the artist. The print, including border, measures approximately 16 x 22 inches. The paper is a 300 gsm thick, acid and lignin free 100% cotton rag.

In addition to the edition of 30, we also have available a very small number of Artist’s Proofs. This AP version is limited to only 6 signed and numbered prints and its price is set at $300. The AP edition isavailable here.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Barnaby Whitfield has exhibited at galleries in New York and Los Angeles as well as at the SCOPE-Miami art fair. His work has been featured in Art In America, Beautiful Decay and Juxtapoz magazines and as a special project, he created artwork for the Boston-based musical duo The Dresden Dolls’ album and DVD releases. This February, Barnaby has a solo show at Gallery Poulsen in Copenhagen, Denmark. He lives and works in NY, NY.

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Angela Oaks – Lil Bit Country Lil Bit Rock-N-Roll


$50 USD

Lil Bit Country, Lil Bit Rock-n-Roll - print by Angela Oaks
Lil Bit Country, Lil Bit Rock-n-Roll, Angela Oaks, archival pigment print, 18.25 x 15 inches, signed and numbered edition of 10.

ARTIST: Angela Oaks
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid-free paper
SIZE: Approximately 18.25 x 15 inches
SIGNED & NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $50 USD

ABOUT THE PRINT:
These archival pigment prints measure approximately 18.25 x 15 inches. The artist’s signed and numbered edition of 10 is printed on acid-free archival grade paper and is exclusively available through NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Angela Oaks has been working as a visual artist for more than a decade and is an avid collector of contemporary art herself. Her diverse educational background includes training as a Target Intelligence Specialist for the USAF and participation in the graduate program at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics (The Naropa Institute) in Boulder, Colorado.

She exhibited her mixed media pieces at a solo show hosted at NOWhere Limited when the gallery was located in Colorado. See an archive of that show, titled “Nomen Oblitum,” here: http://nowherelimited.com/angela_oaks/nomen_oblitum

The artist’s blog: http://doghed.tumblr.com

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Angela Oaks – It Is Easy To Thread The Eye of A Camel With An Abrams M1


$50 USD

It is easy to thread the eye of a camel with an Abrams M1 - print by Angela Oaks
It is easy to thread the eye of a camel with an Abrams M1, Angela Oaks, archival pigment print, 18.25 x 15 inches, signed and numbered edition of 10.

ARTIST: Angela Oaks
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid-free paper
SIZE: Approximately 18.25 x 15 inches
SIGNED & NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $50 USD

ABOUT THE PRINT:
These archival pigment prints measure approximately 18.25 x 15 inches. The artist’s signed and numbered edition of 10 is printed on acid-free archival grade paper and is exclusively available through NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Angela Oaks has been working as a visual artist for more than a decade and is an avid collector of contemporary art herself. Her diverse educational background includes training as a Target Intelligence Specialist for the USAF and participation in the graduate program at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics (The Naropa Institute) in Boulder, Colorado.

She exhibited her mixed media pieces at a solo show hosted at NOWhere Limited when the gallery was located in Colorado. See an archive of that show, titled “Nomen Oblitum,” here: http://nowherelimited.com/angela_oaks/nomen_oblitum

The artist’s blog: http://doghed.tumblr.com

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Ian Gamache – The Hunted Becomes The…


$30 USD

Print by Ian Gamache
The Hunted Becomes The…, Ian Gamache, archival pigment print, 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing, edition of 10.

ARTIST: Ian Gamache
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid free paper
SIZE: 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing
SIGNED & NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $30 USD

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Ian Gamache is an artist living in Canada. His work is rooted in the traditional mark making disciplines (painting and drawing), but he also incorporates photography, collage, onsite projects, performance and installation.

Ian Gamache with The Hunter Becomes the...
Ian Gamache, with The Hunter Becomes the…, 2011.

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Ian Gamache – No!!


$30 USD

Print by Ian Gamache
No!!, Ian Gamache, archival pigment print, 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing, edition of 10.

ARTIST: Ian Gamache
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid free paper
SIZE: 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing
SIGNED & NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $30 USD

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Ian Gamache is an artist living in Canada. His work is rooted in the traditional mark making disciplines (painting and drawing), but he also incorporates photography, collage, onsite projects, performance and installation.

Ian Gamache with The Hunter Becomes the...
Ian Gamache, with The Hunter Becomes the…, 2011.

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Ian Gamache – Extinct 2036


$30 USD

Print by Ian Gamache
Extinct 2036, Ian Gamache, archival pigment print, 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing, edition of 10.

ARTIST: Ian Gamache
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid free paper
SIZE: 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing
SIGNED & NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $30 USD

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Ian Gamache is an artist living in Canada. His work is rooted in the traditional mark making disciplines (painting and drawing), but he also incorporates photography, collage, onsite projects, performance and installation.

Ian Gamache with The Hunter Becomes the...
Ian Gamache, with The Hunter Becomes the…, 2011.

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Ian Gamache – Carry The Flag


$30 USD

Print by Ian Gamache
Carry The Flag, Ian Gamache, archival pigment print, 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing, edition of 10.

ARTIST: Ian Gamache
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid free paper
SIZE: 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing
SIGNED & NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $30 USD

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Ian Gamache is an artist living in Canada. His work is rooted in the traditional mark making disciplines (painting and drawing), but he also incorporates photography, collage, onsite projects, performance and installation.

Ian Gamache with The Hunter Becomes the...
Ian Gamache, with The Hunter Becomes the…, 2011.

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Angela Oaks – Soiled


$30 USD

Soiled - print by Angela Oaks
Soiled, Angela Oaks, archival pigment print, image size is 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing, signed and numbered edition of 10.

ARTIST: Angela Oaks
MEDIUM: Archival pigment print on acid-free paper
IMAGE SIZE: 12 x 12 inches with a border for framing
SIGNED & NUMBERED EDITION: 10
PRICE: $30 USD

ABOUT THE PRINT:
Soiled is an archival pigment print on heavy acid-free paper and is limited to an edition of 10. It is available for purchase exclusively through NOWhere Limited Contemporary Art. The price is set at $30 USD + shipping.

Of the image, Oaks says: “Anything that is clean or pure or unblemished is actually boring and evil and all totally dead inside. Don’t touch it! Don’t be fooled.”

Angela Oaks - Soiled - NOWhere Limited
Angela Oaks signing the print edition of Soiled.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Angela Oaks has been working as a visual artist for more than a decade and is an avid collector of contemporary art herself. Her diverse educational background includes training as a Target Intelligence Specialist for the USAF and participation in the graduate program at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics (The Naropa Institute) in Boulder, Colorado.

She exhibited her mixed media pieces at a solo show hosted at NOWhere Limited when the gallery was located in Colorado. See an archive of that show, titled “Nomen Oblitum,” here: http://nowherelimited.com/angela_oaks/nomen_oblitum

The artist’s blog: http://doghed.tumblr.com

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Mark Mothersbaugh – Drinkin’ With Cyclops


$50 USD

Mark Mothersbaugh - Drinkin' with Cyclops
Drinkin’ with Cyclops, Mark Mothersbaugh, 5 color silk screen print, 36 x 24 inches, edition of 80.

ARTIST: Mark Mothersbaugh
MEDIUM: 5-color serigraph (Silkscreen) includes metallic & glow in the dark ink
SIZE: 36 x 24 inches
EDITION: Signed & Numbered Edition of 80
PRICE: $50 USD

There is also a silver mirror variant of this print, limited to a signed and numbered edition of just 20, available for $150 USD: here

NOWhere Limited recently got together with D&L Screenprinting, one of the most amazing printmaking studios out there, to produce a limited edition serigraph by Mark Mothersbaugh. ‘Drinkin’ with Cyclops’ by Mark Mothersbaugh is a limited edition of 80 prints, signed and numbered by the artist. This silkscreen features metallic ink, intricate design elements and glows in the dark. Check out production photos from D&L on Look Into My Owl.


Mark signs and numbers the edition. (Photo by J. Brewton.)


A close-up of the print glowing in the dark.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Mark Mothersbaugh, well-known as a founding member of the innovative band DEVO, has been creating artwork in many forms for more than 3 decades. His love of visual art began in childhood, just after it was discovered that he was extremely nearsighted and legally blind. His first correctional glasses offered the young Mothersbaugh a new view of the world, fueling a lifelong infatuation with imagery and illustrations.

Mark’s recent visual artwork has been largely inspired by his 30-year habit of creating handmade postcards to send to friends from various stops on DEVO tours. This obsession has evolved into a visual diary that currently yields the artist 1-25 new images per day. These images have served as the basis for the artist’s critically acclaimed solo shows of the ’80s/’90s as well as for his “gallery tours” which have been occurring at art venues throughout the globe since 2003.

With DEVO, Mothersbaugh’s most recognized music project, the artist showcases his artistic abilities to millions of fans. Through their films, videos, costumes, LP covers, stage shows, and printed materials, Mark Mothersbaugh and DEVO forever altered commonly held preconceptions of how a rock band can function in popular culture.

More information about Mark Mothersbaugh can be found at:
http://markmothersbaugh.com


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