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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

The Lowbrow Art Sale: Mia, Amy Sol, and Brandt Peters

Posted By on Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 8:00 AM

"Anatomy of a Somnambulist" by Mia

An artist out of Los Angeles, Mia's work is inspired by animation, silent cinema, and world cultures. This particular print is based on a painting she had at the "Illuminate" show at the Corey Helford Gallery. The print, which is 16x20, signed, and numbered in an edition of 25, is released today by Gallery 1988 at noon. To get one, call 409-1376 or e-mail

"We Found Ourselves Being Dreamt" by Amy Sol

Since her prints usually sell out faster than people can get them, Amy has graciously decided to release prints with a larger print run at a more affordable price. This one is 8.5 x11 on 10.5x13 paper on heavy Hahnemühle bamboo fine-art paper with 12 color archival pigment, signed, numbered, and embossed. Each is in an edition of 300 and priced at $50 a piece. Get the Prints Here.

"The Ride" by Brandt Peters

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Brandt Peters just had his most recent solo show, "Cackle Factory" open up in Los Angeles. Said show has an amazing variety of work and even has four prints available -- each is signed and numbered in an edition of 20, but the galley is only selling 10. A few of the prints are also collaboration works with Brandt's wife, Kathie Olivas. Get the Prints Here.

"Rock Bunny" by Will Murai

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Will Murai was one of the artists that you could find on Blueflip Art, but once the site closed down there was no place to get any prints from him. Well, you can now head over to and check out a large selection of prints of some of Will best works. I haven't seen a print from this site in person, but I have hear they look pretty good. It looks like each image has three sizes to choose from,13x19, 18x24 and 24x36. Get the Prints Here.

"Simpatico" by Nathan Spoor

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Gelaskins is just going crazy releasing amazing new prints every week; the newest batch of such is from Nathan Spoor. I like the one shown here as it is a little different than the rest of the work Nathan has been making. The colors and abstract like qualities of this piece are well worth the $30 it sells for. Get the Print Here.

(LOWBROW runs every Tuesday on All Shook Down. Till then, check out the Lowbrow Archive.)

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