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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

The Lowbrow Art Sale: Movers and Shakers, Natalia Fabia & Eric Fortune

Posted By on Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 8:00 AM

"Movers & Shakers" Limited Edition Box Set

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The POVEvolving Gallery in Los Angeles just opened a group show titled "Movers & Shakers," which is choc-ful of amazing artists. For the occasion, the gallery is releasing a Limited Edition Box Set of what looks like 13 prints, featuring Naoto Hattori, Glenn Barr, Bob Dob, Andy Kehoe, Ana Bagayan, Damon Soule, Nicoletta Ceccoli, Brian Despain, Cathie Bleck, Mia, Lola and Yosuke Ueno. None of the prints are larger than 8.5x11 and the set is limited to 50. Check out the preview of this set over here. I have to say, this is one of the most impressive box sets I have seen so far. Get it Here.

"Jungle Hooker" by Natalia Fabia


On Saturday, Feb. 21, Corey Helford will host "Hooker DreamEscape," a solo show of new works by Natalia Fabia. I really like the way that her style has progressed; those familiar with her work will notice how its way more photo-realistic now with amazing colors. That said, she has a good number of affordable prints in her online shop, a few of which are from her latest show, "Hooker Safari." It was that show that I noticed her rendering with oils becoming more intense. This is a high quality print on fine German etching paper, available in three sizes. Get the Print Here.

"Life's Objective" by Eric Fortune

Eric Fortune is a graduate of the Columbus College of Art and Design -- he recently won the Jack Gaughan Award for Best Emerging Artist of 2008. His work will be seen this year in galleries such as Roq La Rue, Gallery 1988, Copro Nason, POVevolving , Ad Hoc and the Cerasoli-LeBasse Gallery. One look at his art easily shows why so many people are excited about his paintings. A Paper Tiger has just released Eric's first print, "Life's Objective," which is 12x16, signed and numbered in an edition of only 25. The prints from Paper Tiger look amazing in person, and with Eric's beautiful style this one is sure to go fast. Get the Print Here.

"Hodads" by Bob Dob

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Bob Dob unveiled some new works at his latest solo show at Billy Shire Fine Arts. One of the images from the show, "Hodads" he turned into a print and it's now available in his online store. The print is 20x30 on archival watercolor paper, signed and numbered in an edition of 50+10 artists proofs. There is a also a set of "Mousketeer" prints that are also pretty amazing, sold separately or as a set. Get the Print Here.

"Voyage" by Erik Jones

Erik Jones launched his new site this past summer, and has now officially opened the store portion. It looks like there will be originals as well as apparel available in the shop, but for now there are 35 prints to choose from. The prints vary in size and are all just $30. There are so many prints to choose from, it's not hard to imagine that a nice collection can be started right here. Get the Prints Here.

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

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