Curriculum Vitae

Exhibitions

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.

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