Posted by – January 1, 2015
GRAND UNVEILING 6:00 pm
JANUARY 16TH, 2015
Spatium Invisus is a two person exhibition with Katie Gamb and Me, Eric Hancock, that opens up January 16th, 2015 at HotPop Gallery in Milwaukee’s Third Ward. Uncovering lively spaces that have yet to be discovered created within pocketed hidden worlds around us. Full body of new works from both artists.
Join us at:
201 North Water St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Facebook Event Page Here
Posted by – December 4, 2014
As I get my work more prepared for 2015, I see there are many great opportunities around the corner. My illustration peeps are evolving in amazing ways, I’m making some great new connections, and several shows already lined up for 2015! I think I may even take the time to use the blog as an alternative to Facebook and twitter: Quick Bits, Updates, News, How-To’s, etc.
I want to connect more with you, the reader. If you have questions, please post them in the Comments below and I’ll get back around. Or, reach out, let me know what you’re insight is, feedback on my work, suggestions, kind words, or whatever: e (at) roguemeat.com (this isn’t a link btw; avoiding spambots!)
Here’s some previews of my January show, Spatium Invisus (Co-Exhibiting with Katie Gamb)
Posted by – August 12, 2014
Opening this Friday at Los Angeles’s own Hero Complex Gallery is the group show “I Am the Law / A Life of Crime” exploring the dichotomy and grey spaces between those that create and enforce the law and those that skirt it. The show opens August 15th at 7:00 pm PST; online sales typically open the next day. For more information, visit their Event Page.
My contributions include “Outlaw” and “Wheelman”
Each one is an 11″ x 14″ OG Graphite on Bristol.
There will be an available printed Limited Edition (10 prints each) Giclée on 280 gsm Rives BFK.
More Detailed Images after the Break.
If you didn’t have the opportunity to check it out, Bottleneck Gallery hosted another Chogrin curated show in Brooklyn over the weekend called: 8 Bit and Beyond 2 which highlighted video games across the ages. My contribution was of a Katamari in nature playing one of childhood’s favorite games.
Now available for purchase through their online store, “So Many Card Pickup!” is a limited edition of 10 Giclée on 280 gsm Rives BFK. Yes, that’s right, Fancy Paper. It has a nice tooth and really highlights and complements the imagery!
Posted by – July 29, 2014