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In The Shoe Show – Underbelly@Anomaly

Recently we had the opportunity to join other local artists to participate in a show hosted by the good people of Underbelly @ Anomaly called, The Shoe Show. Emily Moody & Shea Slemmer are wonderful hosts who are doing a lot of good things with their location in Five Points. We took to the call to artists as an opportunity to have fun with a different kind of canvas. We had three sets of shoes represented at the show. One set, a collaboration of both our illustrations mixed in together, and the other two sets were done individually. They can still be seen up at Underbelly, and if you have never been there, with its outdoor setting and tree-house DJ booth, it’s definitely a place to check out in Five Points.

— Jim

Mandusa—Entry for Beards & Brushes at Bogda

The Beards and Brushes show was chalked full of great people who submitted amazing pieces of beard inspired art. I am glad that I could be a part of it.

—Jim

“Mandusa” —the snake bearded creature of myth.
Acrylic on canvas

Mandusa

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Beards and Brushes show at Bogda: Sat Sep. 5th—8pm

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For anyone that gets a chance to go, we both have pieces that will be in this show as do a few of our friends. Come out and join in on the expressed joy of facial hair.

—The Fridge Guys

Update: Whats new?

We have been rather busy with our classes lately leaving posts spread a little thin these past few weeks. Luckily, we have not just been busy with our classes, but we have a couple of big things coming up.

Beards and Brushes—Saturday, September 5th @ Bogda
Nick and I have both done entries for this show and will be sharing them on the blog next week.

Atomic Sketch—Wednesday, September 2nd @ Old Library for Art walk
“The Atomic Sketch Event is an inaugural fundraising event for AIGA Jacksonville that consists of a panel of AIGA Jacksonville members who will be sketching, drawing, painting, inking, etc. —feverishly throughout the night—offering those works for sale at affordable prices, anywhere from $50 to FREE for and amazing piece of art! It’s a great place to start an epic art collection and meet some amazing designers/artists! This event is live, so come on out, watch art in its creation and support your local designers!”

• Fridge Shirts—Have the money to put in the order for shirts, and the screen is ready. Coming within the next couple of weeks.

With all that said, here is a couple of quick sketch illustrations and a colored Turtle Torino putting up Fridge stickers.

—Jim

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Octopainting

One of my new pieces, seen at Art Walk, is this painting below of a partial octopus tentacle. Painting is a new medium for me, and one that enjoyed and look forward to exploring further on my own and through a couple of workshops with D. Webster this summer. I am pretty sure the style for this painting, as far as illustrative nature and color choice, derives some influence from older Rob Zombie stuff. I really took to that stuff as a pre-teen and am sure it will influence me from time to time for the rest of my life.

—Jim

Octopainting
Acrylic on Canvas
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