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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

The Lowbrow Art Sale: Natalia Fabia, Dan Quintana & Scott Campbell

Posted By on Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 8:29 AM

"Pool Party" by Natalia Fabia

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Natalia just had a solo show at the Corey Helford Gallery called "Hooker DreamEscape," which featured some very amazing paintings. The gallery rarely releases prints, but has decided to release two based on popular works from this show. The main print, "Pool Party," is 22" x 30", signed and numbered on Arches Infinity Fine Art Paper in an edition of 50. Get the Print Here.

"200 Proof Dolly" by Dan Quintana

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Dan Quintana recently had a solo show at the Last Rites Gallery in New York, and had some paintings in the SuperSchool show at the Copro Gallery here in CA. His work is not only beautifully painted, but the colors that he gets are flat-out amazing. He has a couple of prints over at the Copro Gallery, where he seems to show a lot of work. The latest print is 18" x 25", giclee on archival board, hand varnished and framed - signed and numbered limited edition of 30. Get the Print Here.


"Rocket House" by Scott Campbell

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Scott Campbell just had a solo show at the Gallery Nucleus open up this past weekend. The show was titled "Home Slice," and had a whole mess of great work on display. One of them was the "Rocket House," and the only print to made from the show so far. The print is 19" x 12" on watercolor paper and appears to be open-edition. The house has all sorts of cool details, so make sure to view the close-ups on the print sale page. Get the Print Here.


"Today I Felt My Mortality" by JR Goldberg

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The last time I featured this artist, it was for a print set she had made. This time JR Goldberg brings us a very sweet gocoo/silkscreened print. The print is 8.5" x 10", signed and numbered in an edition of 50. It's a pretty amazing print; gocco prints are often very simple but this one is a four-color print. Black for the background, that can only be seen from certain angles, and white, silver and gray oil-based inks for the rest. Get the Print Here.


"I'll have 2 scoops of What The Hell Is That?" by Dave Chung

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Dangerous INK Magazine has just opened an online gallery, and one of the prints that can be found there is from the ever exciting Dave Chung. The print is a Giclee print on 308gsm Photo Rag archival paper. You get two choices for sizes as well and from what I can tell, the prints are open edition. There are three other prints from Dave on the site as well, and more are sure to come. Get the Print Here.

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

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