Jim Power a.k.a. Mosaic Man
For over thirty years, Jim Power a.k.a. Mosaic Man has been transforming the Lower East Side of Manhattan with mosaics, one lamppost at a time. Read the full Etsy blog post: here. All Etsy videos are created under the Creative Commons license.
FANTASTIC! I was interviewed for the latest episode of the Craft Stash podcast and it was posted online late last night. When Kim visited the print shop I was in the process of printing my latest acrylic screen print and she caught me right smack in the middle, color #8 of 15. In the video I discuss a little bit about screen preparation and I give a way one small trick-of-the-trade.
This is amazing! Thank you Kim for coming to the print shop to take part in Late Night Art Night.
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Back in 2004 I lived in Astoria, Queens just two blocks east from this Amtrack overpass and it certainly was one of the grossest wet slicks of pavement in the city. I’m glad something’s been done about it. It’s even better that a pair of artists were the catalyst.
“Astoria Scum River Bridge is an unauthorized city improvement by Jason Eppink and Posterchild”
Astoria Scum River Bridge from Jason Eppink on Vimeo.
& Jason Douglas Griffin
A Gentleman’s Game
Imprinted Acrylic & Mixed Media on Canvas
54″ x 64″
This piece will be on display at Lambert Fine Arts 11.11.11- 12.06.11
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