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Artifact02 - San Diego, CA Nov.29th
Ninthlink, EZ2NV Productions and The STATE Artists Consortium present:
Art. Fashion. Music
November 29th, 2002 / 7:00 pm - 2:00 am
At The Abbey / 2825 Fifth Avenue / San Diego / 92103
Artists Gallery curated by The STATE Artists Consortium
featuring works from
Mike "Giant" Lesage
Dave "Pursue" Ross
Jason St John
Artists and Collectors Reception from 7-9 pm / Public Viewing from 9pm-11pm
An Exclusive Fashion Show brought to you by Let's Go and Niche Boutique
Let's Go - Clothing for Women and Men
Niche Boutique- Shoes, Handbags and Accessories
Kites - one of a kind designs by Carla Manuel
Fashion Show begins at 9:30 PM
Music prepared by Charles De Gaulle DJs - Tron / Cassette / Atari and Special Guests 80's Electro, Indie Pop, and House
Tickets: 20.00 Presale / 25.00 at Door Includes: H'hourderves / Champagne / Gift Bags / More... Open Bar Tickets 25.00 / 30.00 at event
Where to buy tickets online and offline: Ninthlink : 4835 Voltaire St. San Diego, CA 92107 / 619.222.7082
Niche Boutique : 621 West Fir Street, Little Italy / 619.615.0782
Lets Go : 7863 Girard Ave. La Jolla CA 92037 / 858-459-2337
A Portion of Proceeds will go to Y4Y Young For Youth - A Non-Profit. Please contact for Sponsorship Opportunities. Jeromy Stallings / 619.252.7776 / email@example.com
Oct 2006: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5 Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego presents TNT INSIDE-OUT. Experience live drawing and painting by local artists Kelsey Brookes, Jeremy Farson, Josh Hassin, Dave Kinsey, Joshua Krause, and Iana Quesnell, among others, while San Diego bands The Album Leaf and Qu'est-ce Que C'est perform on stage. 838G to Cassius King Gallery
By ANNAMARIA STEPHENS
When 838G closed its doors in early 2002, local artists and art lovers were dismayed. The downtown G Street loft had been a beacon of light for the underground arts community in San Diego, one of the few spaces where there was an honest-to-goodness creative scene that buzzed and crackled with life.
A new gallery hopes to fill that gaping hole. The Cassius King Gallery will officially open this Friday, Aug.8, with a show entitled "Absurdly Decadent Specialty Items III: Oil Paintings in the Digital Age," featuring works by gallery owners Peter Halasz, Josh Hassin and Jeremy Farson.
The first "Absurdly Decadent" was held at the 838G space and prompted this response from Union-Tribune art critic Robert Pincus:
"The local gallery scene has become too cautious, too commited to veteran San Diego artists. There is a need for more venues for promising young locals, and the best works in this show remind us how vital such spaces are. Without them, a scene can't flourish."
With any luck, Cassius King will become one of those desperately needed spaces.
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Re: Departure DnB Live! @ Boardners Thurs 11/14 @11PM
I'm definitely GoinG to try
to make it this Thur.
Always Fresh Art on display!
And DEPARTURE sounds
like it miGht be hot.
CANNIBAL FLOWER & JOINTZ MAGAZINE
**a beat lounge for the new art movement**
special LA exclusive SAN DIEGO underground
group art show featuring
ANDY HOWELL * RANDY JANSON
TIM McCORMICK * MARY FLEENER
JEREMY FARSON *DOUGLAS THOMPSON
LIVE PAINTING BY:
jASON van WINKLE
cuts curated by:
Dj LESH * Dj LEN:DELUXE
** ELECTRONIC LOUNGE & BREAKBEAT FUNK**
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14
1652 CHEROKEE AVE. HOLLYWOOD CA
9:30pm til 2:am * $5.00 cover 21 & over * bring ID
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Refrigerator as canvas
By ROBERT L. PINCUS
SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE ART CRITIC
Take an old refrigerator, one no longer in use, and let an accomplished artist do what he or she will with its surface.
That's the premise behind an annual Artwalk event that raises funds for the Institute for Arts Education, a local nonprofit organization. Some of San Diego's and Tijuana's leading young artists contributed one, including Mely Barragan, Tania Candiani and Jeremy Farson.
Their big "boxes" are on view through Thursday throughout the Fashion Valley shopping center in Mission Valley and on Artwalk weekend along Date Street near India.
Robert L. Pincus can be reached by phone, (619) 293-1831; fax, (619) 260-5082; mail, P.O. Box 120191, San Diego, CA 92112-0191; or e-mail, email@example.com.
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First Annual Surfrider Foundation Art Gala
By: SurfShot Crew
Start Date: Mon, Apr 30 2001 | 12:00am
1st Annual Art Gala raises the awareness of local surf artists and enviromental issues
The San Diego Surfrider Foundation has pulled off the event of the year by holding the 1st Annual Art Gala on May 4th at the beautiful Hyatt Regency in La Jolla. The goal for the evening was to raise awareness of local surf-artists' talents while also spotlighting the environmental issues surrounding San Diego's magnificent coastline. And of course, we hoped to raise funds necessary to continue the important work of the local Surfrider chapter.
In case you haven't heard, the Surfrider Foundation is a grassroots non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world's oceans, waves and beaches for all people, through conservation, activism, research and education (C.A.R.E.). Founded in 1989, the San Diego Surfrider Foundation is one of the oldest, largest, and most active chapters within the international organization.
Geographically, the chapter boundaries reach from the semi-private beaches of Camp Pendleton in the north, to the oft-polluted Border at the Tijuana River. With more than 65 miles of coastline, two large bays, numerous lagoons and estuaries, and many miles of tributary waterways to look out for, the San Diego Surfrider Foundation faces an incredibly daunting challenge. The health of these waterways directly impacts not only our region's economy, but also the quality of life for citizens from the water's edge all the way to the desert.
The evening was made special by the sounds from the jazz group of Bob Magnusson, Tripp Sprague, Art Johnson, and Ryan Doyle. Funky jams were then provided by Inside Straight.
The artists included in the event included
- Eric Schumacher
- Donna Murray
- Steve Corriea
- Aaron Chang
- Al Scholl
- Todd Churchill Cooper
- Greg Gutierrez
- Jesse Dominguez
- Bill Mosley
- Tyler Jordan
- Chris Hubbard
- Jeremy Farson
- Robin Bright
- Owen McGoldrick
- Steve McClelland
- Christopher Lee
- Trish Nelson Toomey
- Laddie John Dill
- Dana Montlack
- Philipp Scholz Rittermann
- Holly Weston
- Mia Fiori
- Jack Davis
There were also awards given to honor people who have been making a significant difference in the realm of the San Diego Surfrider Foundation. Awards were given to:
- Lifetime waterman award - Skip Frye
- Annual business supporter award - Tyler Callaway from Surf Hardware Int'l
- Annual individual supporter award - Aaron Chang
- Special recognition was given to Donna Frye.
TRAVIS PARKER presents JEREMY FARSON
7843 Girard Ave., STE C La Jolla CA 92037
04:OOPM to 08:00PM
Central San Diego
OPEN TO PUBLIC - FREE
Starts On 4-10-2005 Ends On 7-31-2005
SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2005
TRAVIS PARKER presents AN EXHIBITION FEATURING WORKS by JERMEY FARSON - Jeremy Farson is a very prolific San Diego artist. He earned his MFA in Painting in 1994 and has been the owner and operator of the Cassius King Gallery in downtown San Diego since June 2003. He has completed commissions for the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, DC, Sharp Hospital in San Diego, and the Peabody Hotel in Little Rock, Arkansas, just to name a few. Farson has also created artwork for various companies like Virgin Records, Nokia, and Merck Pharmaceuticals and he’s had several solo exhibitions up and down the West Coast. In the words of the artist while preparing for this exhibition, Farson states, “The focus of this exhibit is shoes. I am painting primarily women from the knee down and their precious shoes. It is sort of a glamour thing that I think will work well in a salon environment. I may include some clusters of small, intimate paintings and drawings of a more sexual nature, but I think the theme is basically, vanity.” Working from fashion spreads, TV imagery, and personal snapshots, Farson creates a distinctive brand of Cosmopolitan Pop. Farson’s signature feathering technique, which gives his surfaces a soft-focus fuzziness, smoothes out any rough edges and provides a nice soft surface. The soft look of his images, coupled with a complexity of understanding, provides the viewer with very evocative atmospherics. Farson tackles large themes and makes them into cogent pictorial forms. According to art critic Robert L. Pincus, “Farson's paintings aren't answers. They are simply symbolic images that linger in the mind and leave each viewer to ponder aspects of their past and the present they envision.” Since Farson is creating pieces specifically for this exhibit, it is going to be a very exciting showcase of his work!