Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Photos from Bitches Brew at Park Life

I compiled a list of places that took photos of the group show Marci was in at Park Life a few weeks back. It was a pretty sweet show, and yeah, we forgot to bring our own camera. I think this blog is transitioning from our blog to just my blog. Mostly cause Marci hasn't written in it in a year and a half. But yeah! Ha! Her loss. That and I have more free time than her. She used to have like 4 jobs, and now she only has one, but she also has a solo show coming up and that takes up a lot of time.

But yeah here's the list:
Whorholian
Fecalface
John Casey
Art Business
My Love For You...

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Marci saying goodbye to Myleen (photo from Fecalface).

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Marci's Work (photo from Art Business).

Bitches Brew - new works from artists Kelly Tunstall, Marci Washington, Aiyana Udesen, Hellen Jo and Rebecca Ebeling @ Park Life gallery - Warholian
Kelly, Marci and Becky (photo from Warholian).


Kelly made a video of the installation.

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Becky's work (photo from Art Business).

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Aiyana's work (photo from Fecalface).

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Mirror Ball (photo from My Love For You is a Stampede of Horses).

Brixton and Ferris Plock - Bitches Brew - new works from artists Kelly Tunstall, Marci Washington, Aiyana Udesen, Hellen Jo and Rebecca Ebeling @ Park Life gallery - Warholian
Brixton & Ferris (photo from Warholian).

Judith and Her Maidservant
Hellen Jo! Marci bought this piece (from Hellen Jo's flickr)!

Marci, Mariah, Kelly and Tim.
Marci, Mariah, Kelly, and Tim. (from Kelly's Flickr).

You can see all the artwork here. Or properly in person in San Francisco, and not through the internet.

I don't know if these photos show how awesome the night was. There was a balloon lady and an all girl band and Kelly's friend, Mariah was serving gin with her homemade tonic. We got to hang out with old friends and we ended up at that dragon lady bar. Marci was surprised when she found out I wasn't lying and they did give out whiskey in a glass so large it was almost a pint. We hung out there for a while and it was awesome.

2 comments:

Myleen Hollero said...

that was fun. where is this dragon lady bar? i want to go.

Deth P. Sun said...

It's on Geary and 4th. Near Nizario's Pizza and across the street from The Salvation Army.