Thursday, July 26, 2012

Hot August Dates

This summer has become a very productive one. Fans/enemies will have several opportunities to view my latest work. Details below!

Baxter Moermon presents "Novelty Forever", new works on wood. Show opens August 3rd to TBA. 5 to 8pm, 1118 Morro Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

Linnaea's Cafe presents Mignon Khargie, featuring Neal Breton. Both artist featuring new works on paper. Reception on Friday, August 3 from 5 to 9pm. 1110 Garden Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

Sally Loo's Wholesome Cafe presents Isaac Yorke & Neal Breton, August 15th. Reception TBA. 1810 Osos Street (near the train station), San Luis Obispo, CA 93401.

These shows will have all new work. The Baxter Moermon show features some work with acrylic and wood, the Linnea's show will feature works on paper and, for the first time in four years, an acrylic on canvas piece. Sally Loo's will also have an acrylic on canvas piece, as well a debut of several No Lunch Series pieces never shown before.

Speaking of the No Lunch Series, some of the best ones I have done are on display at Vale Gallery in Paso Robles. I am very grateful to be part of their small fold of artists. I recommend you stopping by to see one of the best galleries on the Central Coast.

I also have a piece at Homeroom in Los Angeles until August 18th. Homeroom isn't just a gallery, it has so much going on--bands play, movies are shown, classes are taught. Please check them out and support a really great cause if you live in the greater LA area.

I need to take a moment here to recognize a couple of really important people. Without their help, my art would be incomplete. If you've come to my shows and seen anything that has to do with wood, Jamie Coxon is the guy who made it happen. From substrates to frames to furniture, this guy can do it all and he works within your budget.
The other guy is responsible for anything computer related. If blogger didn't make it so easy an orangutan can post stuff, I surely couldn't update you as much as I do. As of late, Joshua Brinckerhoff has worked on all kinds of professional bids with my weak guidance. Though we have had a few strikes (Fresh & Easy and American Apparel have bad taste), he has consistently produced great work on time and below cost. Without these two patient gentlemen, I wouldn't be the artist I am today. Thanks, guys!

Lastly, check ze Flickr account, it should be loaded with stuff for those of you spying on me from out of state or are just too lazy to come out and see the stuff firsthand. Oh, and here's a nugget from my sketchbook, which will be displayed at Sally Loos. Good times.


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