Saving Lions By Killing Them, Eriko & Sammy Collaborative Art Show at ODESSA (Denver, CO)

Saving Lions By Killing Them On View November 3rd – November 29th Opening Reception November 3rd, 2018 | 6-10pm | Artists in Attendance Gallery Hours Wednesday – Saturday | 12-6pm In Saving Lions by Killing Them, Sammy Lee and Eriko Tsogo come together for a powerful examination on home, the freedom in leaving, and the consequences … Continue reading Saving Lions By Killing Them, Eriko & Sammy Collaborative Art Show at ODESSA (Denver, CO)

Flashback Fridays: Art hopping in LA Fall 2018 (pictograph voyage)

LALALALALALALALALALALALALALALALA Gallery hoped around Bergamot Station / Santa Monica / DTLA / West Hollywood galleries, 18th Street Art Center and Eastside International (ESXLA). Favorites were Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror interactive room installation and Basquiat’s paintings at The Broad, LACMA Jesús Rafael Soto’s “Penetrable” fun plastic yellow curtain interactive installation (I plan to write about James … Continue reading Flashback Fridays: Art hopping in LA Fall 2018 (pictograph voyage)

Flashback Fridays: Art hopping in NY Summer 2018 (pictograph voyage)

  In lovely memorandum the intense and overtly stimulating week in New York City summer 2018 filled with art hoping and other adventures like seeing Kinky Boots broadway play, getting chinese acupressure body massage at dingy underground subway parlor, water cruising the city on ferry from Pier 17, almost getting kidnapped by strange man after … Continue reading Flashback Fridays: Art hopping in NY Summer 2018 (pictograph voyage)

Before.Leon.After

2018 was a year of Leon. Thank You Leon Gallery and to beloved curators/gallery directors Eric Dallimore and Eric Nord for believing in me and working with me. E’CLUB infinity. The entire exhibition experience from inception to completion was truly one of a kind, once in a lifetime of unforgettable memories, flowering beauty and happiness. … Continue reading Before.Leon.After

2018 I-Park International Artist In Residence Program Review

Winding roads, pastel suburbia, idyllic pastures, creepy forest (initially), doors to nowhere, migrant stonewalls, moss carpentry, and trees. Trees of all shapes imaginable, tree as follicles of mother earth with veins that extend to father sky. Connecticut is a treecyclopedia. Following the end of my art exhibition at Leon Gallery in Denver this year, I went … Continue reading 2018 I-Park International Artist In Residence Program Review