Domy Books and Gallery
913 E Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78702
Exhibition runs Oct 27–Nov 29, 2012
If you think we're adding this Halloween themed show opening late... you'd be correct.
That skeleton arm is real. Sike! Its made of wood!
Clockwise starting top left: I forgot, !LBS!, Don Pablo Pedro, Jonny Negron, Lola Dupre, and hmmm..forgot again, damn.
Brendan Monroe with a killer piece.
Rand Renfrow on the left. Deth P. Sun on the right.
Michael Seiben's "Dog" right above Matt Leines' "Mitch". And one of Mel Kadel's ladies doin the monster mash.
Snow'm Sayin in the back doin what they do best. Serving up alcoholic snow cones. Thats hood stuff.
One of Austin's best kept secrets, Ryan Rhodes, on the right.
"Sultan Drawing" by me!
Raymond Uhlir (top) and Aiden Koch
Wake up Garth! You're at a party!
A collaborative drawing by Jay Howell and Matt Furie. All of these are great tattoo ideas if any of you readers are wondering. Can't you just picture that pizza slice on your neck?
This guy wanted his picture taken. Here you go buddy.
Sean Whalen "Drive Them Out" My favorite artwork in the show.
First rocks became tools. Then they became pets. Now they are art.
Monsters playing poker? Makes sense.
A Ruth Van Beek collage and Matt Lock creepster.
Travis Millard in da middle. I think my first time seeing an original drawing of his in the flesh. So good.
Boo! This is me. Eyeball guy. Made that headpiece out of paper mache. Ironic thing is I could hardly see out of it.
Domy has recently renovated and added 3 new shops into the mix. Olive Vintage, Paper Party, and Busy Being. They each curate their own art shows and opened same day as the Monster Show.
Paper Party held "At the Boundary". An exhibition of paintings by Ryan Thayer Davis.
I loved Ryan's work. Great textures and perfect mix of materials. Pen, graphite, pastels, watercolors maybe.
This one reminds me of my first love, Cy Twombly. So I bought it.
Olive Vintage put on a show called "Stoned" by Cecilia Phillips.
Cute little geode drawings. I love shiny art so I'm partial to the gold leafed one.
Amber Abramson from New Image Art Gallery in LA recently moved here to Austin and opened a shop/gallery called Busy Being in the back of Domy.
She sells handmade things made by artists she has met in her tenure with New Image Art. A shop dedicated to the mark of the human hand. On the walls was an exhibition by Austin artist, Sam Sanford "Finally Punk"
These abstract works are a big departure from his more figurative and still lifes from the past. I have been a fan of Sam's artwork for a couple years now.
Soap! by Sam Sanford.
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