Merging Views will be the first exhibition opening at Giant Robot 2 in 2014 and featuring great artists from Los Angeles and beyond: Godeleine de Rosamel, Wayne Johnson, Kwanchai Moriya, Stasia Burrington, Dan McCarthy, and Dan-ah Kim.
Each will be featuring their own hand in art, from 40 clay sculptures by childrens book artist, Godeleine de Rosamel, silk screener hero Dan McCarthy, who captures Cape Cod, life long ago and worlds beyond, to painters which range in styles. Wayne Johnson uses oils in a time tested technique that echoes both contemporary and historical works. Kwanchai Moriya works faster and creates pieces based on sci-fi and the fantastic, yet at times captures his local environment. Stasia Burrington mixes an illustration style often using watercolors, and Dan-ah Kim works with whimsical and contemplative images which will add a layer of complexity.
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Samurai Gunn is available now for PC on Steam and right here. Coming to Mac soon.
Samurai Gunn is designed byTeknopants and published byMaxistentialism. Logo by Cory Schmitz and Maré Odomo. Music by Doseone.
“A big endeavor is to try to reconcile my ceramic work with my work as a children book illustrator, and that I’m finally getting there (whooohooo!), and to make it happen I had to start to write my own stories.”