Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Fractured: Simple Truths in Abstraction

We are honored to announce our latest exhibition at Twelve21 Gallery, “Fractured,” featuring the work of Michael Wyshock. The opening of this solo exhibition will be held on Thursday, April 24th from 7p – 10p at Twelve21 Gallery! Artwork will … Continue reading

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Aurum – October 25th at Twelve21 Gallery

October is a big month around here. It’s the holder of National Taco Day, Laughing Samurai’s birthday, and this year – the welcoming of 3 Greenville, South Carolina artists in our latest exhibition, “Aurum” at Twelve21! We’ve been excited to … Continue reading

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

e-David – The Painting Robot.

Previous to David’s painting career, he worked in the German automobile industry. It was in 2009 that he made the dramatic career change and as been creating impressive monochrome and watercolor paintings ever since. David’s story is similar to many … Continue reading

Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Weston Jandacka’s New [Seattle] Exhibition

While Orlandians may think of Weston Jandacka as a typography-based oil painter after viewing our our February show, Superimpose – where his works displayed disguised phrases such as: “This Shit’s Expensive” and “More Than It’s Weight In Gold,” Weston is … Continue reading

Monday, July 8th, 2013

Maurice Pasternak – Black Manner

Belgium is mostly renowned for its strong beers and high-quality chocolate, but this tiny country has an unsuspected specialty: visual artists. Belgium is an endless reservoir of notable talent and home to artists such as: Rubens, Bruegel, Rops, Ensor, Khnopff, … Continue reading

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

New Group Show – June 28th!

As sad as we are to pack up “Superimpose,” we are super excited to bring you a new [and equally awesome] group show on Friday, June 28th, opening at 7pm. Introducing three new mixed media artists to Orlando, we will … Continue reading

Tuesday, June 11th, 2013

Soft Sculptures – Aiko Hachisuka

We haven’t entirely pinned down if it’s the colors, shapes or the material itself, but Aiko Hachisuka’s soft sculptures made out of silk-screened clothes have really caught our attention. With her work currently being exhibited at Eleven Rivington in New … Continue reading

Friday, June 7th, 2013

Pink is The Color of War

The five-screen video installation shot by Richard Mosse in Eastern Congo caused a stir at the Venice Biennale. Through “The Enclave,” the artist shed light on a relatively unknown truth that war still rages in Congo. To make the unseen … Continue reading