Curriculum Vitae

Exhibitions

April 2019: “Piece by Piece.” Art show for Autism, sponsored by Still Life Tattoo. Curated by Tim Shelton. Artists include Dan Smith, Tim Hendricks, Tim Shelton, Chantal Menard.Huntington Beach, CA.

February 2019: “The Art of Female.” Inaugural Group show celebrating the opening of the Burgundy Room Gallery,  curated by a selection of prominent female artists. Curated by Vanessa Burgundy, Arists include  Natalia Fabia, Kat Von D,Chantal Menard, Darla Tea Garden, Christy Kane, Tara McPherson, Brandi Milne. Burgundy Room Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

January 2019: “Conjoined Vs. Grotesque.” Group show dedicated to sculptural and dimensional works. Curated by Chet Zar & Jeremy Wagner. Copro Gallery, Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA

September 2018: “Crime on Canvas.” Group Show in conjunction with the Life is Beautiful Festival. Curated by Mark Ryden and MModern Gallery/Shag Stores. Las Vegas, Nevada.

April 2018: “Piece by Piece.” Art show for Autism, sponsored by Still Life Tattoo. Curated by Tim Shelton. Seal Beach, CA.

January 2018: “Conjoined8.” Group show dedicated to sculptural and dimensional works. Curated by Chet Zar. Copro Gallery, Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA

September 2017: “Crime on Canvas.” Group Show in conjunction with the Life is Beautiful Festival. Curated by Mark Ryden and MModern Gallery/Shag Stores. Las Vegas, Nevada.

April 2017: “Piece by Piece.” Art show for Autism, sponsored by Still Life Tattoo. Curated by Tim Shelton. Seal Beach, CA.

January 2017: “Conjoined7.” Group show dedicated to sculptural and dimensional works.
Curated by Chet Zar. Copro Gallery, Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA.

September 2016: “Crime on Canvas.” Group Show in conjunction with the Life is Beautiful Festival. Curated by Jay Nailor of MModern Gallery/Shag Stores and Jessicka Addams. Las Vegas, Nevada.

September 2016: “Ghosts and Witches.” Group Show dedicated to the supernatural and macabre. Mystic Museum, Burbank, CA.

June 2016: “Krampus.” Group show dedicated to the legend and lore of the Krampus. The Hive Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

March 2016: “The Art of Sound.” Group Show at Musink Festival dedicated to music. Presented by Travis Barker and Curated by Tim Shelton. Orange County, California.

January 2016: “Conjoined6.” Group show dedicated to sculptural and dimensional works.
Curated by Chet Zar. Copro Gallery, Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA.

January 2015: “Conjoined5.” Group show dedicated to sculptural and dimensional works.
Curated by Chet Zar. Copro Gallery, Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA.

June, 2014: Participant in 4th Annual Atwater Artwalk. Juried exhibition featuring various artists of the greater Los Angeles area. Los Angeles, CA.

June, 2014: “Kulture Klash” a group show paying homage to the Queen Mary, during Ink & Iron.
Curated by Tim Shelton and SullenArtCollective aboard the Queen Mary. Long Beach, CA.

January, 2014: “Conjoined4, A New Beginning.” Group show dedicated to sculptural and dimensional works.
Curated by Chet Zar. Copro Gallery, Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA.

December, 2013: “Naughty or Nice” Group show dedicated to the mythical Krampus.
Curated by Albert Cuellar and Al Ridenour. Copro Gallery, Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA.

September, 2013: “Rescue Me.” Group show curated by Cody Raiza. The Egan Gallery, Fullerton, CA.

March, 2013: “Maiden, SF.” a group show paying tribute to Iron Maiden. Curated by Tim Shelton.
The Pretty Pretty Collective, San Francisco, CA.

February, 2013: “Wunderkammer” a group show dedicated to miniatures and curiosities.
Koplin Del Rio Gallery, Culver City, CA

February, 2013: “Figured Out” a group show dedicated to the Figure. Curated by John Paul Altamirano. Q Art Salon, Santa Ana, CA.

January, 2013: “Conjoined 3, the Final Chapter.” Group show of sculptural and dimensional works. Curated by Chet Zar. Copro Gallery, Bergamot Station. Santa Monica, CA

November, 2012: “Skulls” presented and hosted by KatVonD. A group show paying homage to the Skull.
Wonderland Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

September, 2012: “Hell Hath No Fury” Female Group show at Rothick ArtHaus. Anaheim, CA

July, 2012: “Art Driven” group show hosted by the Sullen Art Collective. Sullen HQ, Los Alamitos, CA.

May, 2012: “The Heart Project” fundraiser for TheHeartProject.org.

April, 2012: “Kotomi” group show. Koplin Del Rio Gallery, Culver City, CA.

March, 2012: “I Want to Be First” Artists paying tribute to inspiring women of history. Curated by KatVonD. KatVonD’s WonderlandGallery, Los Angeles, CA.

March, 2012: “Everything Went Black” Artists paying tribute to BlackFlag Curated by Tim Shelton. Pretty Pretty Collective, San Francisco, CA.

January, 2012: “Conjoined2” Sculptural/3D Artshow Curated by Chet Zar. Copro Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.

November, 2011: “La Luz De Mi Corazon” Group Show Curated by Gustavo Rimada & Tim Shelton. CoreyMiller’s Timeless Gallery, Upland, CA.

May, 2011: “Hello Again” Artshow/Auction Curated by Joel Ahrens. Gasser Lounge, Redondo Beach, CA.

May, 2011: “Acts of Love & Portraits of Self Sacrifice.” Rico Adair Gallery, North Hollywood, CA.

January, 2011: “Conjoined 3D” Curated by Chet Zar. Copro Gallery at Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA.

September, 2010: “The Unsaid: Featuring the art of Kevin Llewellyn and Grand Opening of Kat Von D’s Wonderland Gallery.” Head Curator, Co-planner and developer for the buildout and design of Kat Von D’s Wonderland Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

July, 2010: “22 Tarocchi” Curated by Gaetano Leonardi. Rome, Italy.

February, 2010: “The Love Show 2.” Group show curated by John Paul Altamirano. Los Angeles, CA.

September 2009: “Vanitas.” Group show. Phoenicia Association, Phoenix, AZ.

August 2008: “Cannibal Flower Anniversary Show.” Curated by L.Crosky and Michelle Waterman. Los Angeles, CA

October, 2007: “The Talking Board Show” Curated by Chet Zar. Copro Nason Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.

February, 2007: “Paint by Numbers.” Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City, CA.

February, 2007: “Dark Hearts and Broken Vows.” Strychnin Gallery, NYC, NewYork.

January, 2007: “Black Dahlia Show.” Regent Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

November, 2006: “Zombie Show” curated by Johnny Vampotna. Venice, CA.

October, 2006: “Mommy, Mommy, There’s an Artist Under My Bed.” Corey Helford Gallery, Culver City, CA.

October, 2006: “Arcanum.” Strychnin Gallery, New York City, NY.

July, 2006: “Bergamont Invasion” Copro Nason Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.

July, 2006: “Hook Manor.” Group Show curated by Natalia Fabia. Thinkspace Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

June, 2006: “Eye Candy.” Table 13 Gallery, Ventura, CA.

June, 2006: “Cohorts and Accomplices.” M Modern Gallery, Palm Springs, CA.

June, 2006: “The Concert of the Beast.” El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles, CA.

April, 2006: “Hand Made Volume 2.” Davy Jones is featured in Exhibition and Book Release. Curated by Karl Marc and Chantal Menard. Copro Nason Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.

April, 2006: “The Politics of Compassion.” Anomaly Studios, Pasadena, CA.

January, 2006: “Mash Up.” Mourning Glory Collaborative with Jacqueline Presant. The Hive Gallery and studios, Los Angeles, CA

November 19, 2005: Blast From the Past. M Modern Gallery, Palm Springs, CA.

November, 2005: Black Market @ Black Maria Gallery. Los Angeles, CA.

October, 2005: “Closing Caskets” Closing Party for the Coffin Show featuring Altar of Seven Sins Installation by Chantal Menard. Black Maria Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

October, 2005: “Samhain” Group Show. Copro Nason Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.

October, 2005: “Exquisite Corpse Show.” The Consort Collaborative with Natalia Fabia and Korin Faught. Toy room Gallery, Sacramento, CA.

October, 2005: “Coffin Show.” Black Maria Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.

October, 2005: Halloween Installation in Plush Lounge. The Key Club, Los Angeles, CA.

August, 2005: Black Sunday. Private Unveiling of Altar of Seven Sins. Pasadena, CA.

June, 2005: “Bergamont Invasion” @ Copro Nason. Copro Nason Gallery, Santa Monica, CA.

May, 2005: Anniversary Show. Group show celebrating one year anniversary of Los Angeles Gallery Row. MJ Higgins Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA.

May, 2005: “Deck Show.” Group Exhibition of original Skateboards. Civil Board Shop. Duarte, CA.

May, 2005: “Tattoo” Group Show. Rosemary’s Billy Goat, Los Angeles, CA.

April, 2005: “April Fools” Show. Featuring Eden Installation. Rosemarys Billy Goat, Los Angeles, CA.

March 13, 2005: Still Life Runway Show. BoneAmie pairs up with Siamese Hooker in Fashion and Couture Mayhem. The Vanguard, Hollywood, CA.

February, 2005: “Kinky” Show. Uno Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

February, 2005: “Hand Made Volume 1.” Jolly Roger is featured in this Exhibition and Book featuring the artwork of internationally recognized tattoo artists. Low-Fi Kustoms Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

October, 2004: “Art*Throb” Curator Birthday Bash. Blue Space, Hollywood, CA.

September 18, 2004: Farewell Inshallah. Last Group Show @ Inshallah Gallery. Los Angeles, CA.

August, 2004: Opening the Gold Bar. Park Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

May, 2004: “Bloody Mary.” Group show in conjunction with opening of Gallery Row. The Plasma Center, Los Angeles, CA.

July, 2003: “The Neon is Glowing.” Shogun Studios anniversary show, Curated by Chantal Menard. Shogun Studios, Pasadena, CA.

May, 2003: “Gods, Goddesses, Monsters & Icons.” Equator II, San Gabriel, CA.

 

Articles & Interviews

August, 2018: Interview with Chantal Menard for Voyage LA.

April, 2018: Interview with Sean Cheetham by Chantal Menard for E-Volved Magazine.

January, 2017: Interview with Chantal Menard for E-Volved Magazine.

January, 2017: Interview with Natalia Fabia by Chantal Menard for E-Volved Magazine.

March, 2016: Interview with Vinila Von Bismark by Chantal Menard for E-Volved Magazine.

December, 2011: Interview with Sylvia Ji, “Gilded Roses” for FAD, UK

September, 2011: Interview Korin Faught, “Voices on the Lake” for FAD, UK

August, 2011: Interview Jessicka Addams, “Little Grey Secrets” for FAD, UK

August, 2011: Interview with Carlos Torres  “Timeline Gallery Art Show”  for FAD, UK

June, 2011: Interview Joshua Petker, “Celluloid Constellations”  for FAD, UK

March, 2011: Interview with Tom Neely on Henry and Glenn, “Henry and Glenn Gang Bang”  for FAD, UK

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