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Saturday, February 02, 2008

"Lemony Cloud Dance" at Fusion Gallery


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Another piece for a current show called "Off the Wall" over at the Fusion Gallery
in Collingswood, NJ. That's South Jersey. Artist reception is 6-10pm on Saturday, Feb. 9. The artists featured in this show are all street artists and then there's innocent little me. Haaa! I was there at set up and the stuff is killer. So if you are in the area or even if you aren't, get over to say hi and be inspired. Collingswood has a thing called second Saturday so the shops will be open and you will be there, right?

24 comments:

Isabelle said...

Love the color, can't make out what the support is made of. Metal? Anyways, it works!

jim bradshaw said...

isabelle- thanks. Yellow is my favorite color. Look closer. This art was painted on an old floppy disk. Isn't it amazing how low tech this is already?

Isabelle said...

Wow, I just imagined it was larger, so I wasn't seeing it at all. Very original.

Joe Rocco said...

I love all the cut-out pieces. Good color and a good character.

I finally sent my track suit drawing over to Martha. Hope she posts it soon.

Senta said...

HI there! Do you remember me from Illustration Friday? I took like a year and a half hiatus (not intentionally) and now I'm trying to get back into it. Anyway I was just going through my old comments and wanted to see what you are up to ceck out your stuff...AMAZING as always!! I love your stuff so much!

trendinsights said...

Its my first time here. Lovely illustration work you have =)

jim bradshaw said...

Hey Senta - I do remember you. I hope you get back into it soon. You have good stuff.

trendinsights - thanks for stopping by. I'm glad you like.

Emily said...

I simply love the use of an old disc! now I just want to find odd stuff from home to paint! nice blog btw!

jim bradshaw said...

Hey Joe - your track suit girl is hilarious. I love you cartoon style.

Emily - thanks for stopping by. With paint anything goes. Well...maybe not the pets.

Joe Rocco said...

Thanks Jim. I feel like I drew my Aunt Mae in that track suit drawing. I wanted to draw something that would crack Martha up.

Digital Scott's illustrationblog said...

Hey, that's a floppy disk!!! I remember those. The eight track of the computer world. Great piece again.

rob wilcox said...

this all pretty incredible... keep this up.
seriously.

and rad meeting you... and smelling paint fumes

jim bradshaw said...

Scott - good to hear from you again. Thanks for stopping by.

Rob - it was cool meeting and talking with you last night. Yeah, the paint fumes are still swimming in my head. Thanks for stopping by the blog. You are most welcome anytime.

Adam Levine said...

Oh Jim, what won't you paint on...besides pets. Well played! I'll see ya tonight buddy.

Joe Rocco said...

Hey Jim, I got inspired to make a blog banner after always liking your blog banner so much. Check it out when you can.

jim bradshaw said...

Joe - That's what I'm talkin' about! I love when you work in that line style best.

Vhrsti said...

Hi Jim, your pictures make me laugh forever! Love the colors of this!

jim bradshaw said...

vhrsti - glad to make you laugh. Enjoy.

imwithsully said...

This is so cool! I would love to see a whole wall of these together to make one big giant painting. Awesome work!

jim bradshaw said...

That would be fun Kim. The disk is so small and it would have a lot more impact.

martaria said...

i like so much your works, nice to meet you !

jim bradshaw said...

marta - thanks so much. Your artwork is very cool. I love your visual energy.

Breadwig said...

Ha, you can make anything look fresh and new. I love this.

jim bradshaw said...

Thanks Bryan. Your comments always pump me up.