It's that time of year Boy & Girls...have you been nice? We have been, so this is our gift to you! All Art under $200.00 by some of the best Artists on the Earth.........Sean from Texas, Morley, Greg Rivera, SMEAR, Gianni Arone, Bleep, Tuesday, TOPO, HERO, Murdock, Stone Malone, 5ive 5ive 7even, T-Fail, Henry Niller & many many More!
Our good friend and 2015 miami art basel @secretwalls champion @topofoto will be stopping by @stonemalonegallery this weekend for an impromptu pop up installation where he will be showing some of the artwork from his#keeponmoving2015 tour. He's also going to be tattooing at the gallery as part of the installation so if you've been thinking about getting some supper rad ink by the world famous campéon himself, walk right in during regular gallery hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your appointment !!! must have valid id and be at least 18yrs old to get tattooed.
opening reception friday december 11th 7pm-12am // 7619 1/2 melrose ave. los angeles, ca 90046 // free booze (21+)
Stone Malone will kick off the holiday season with his Pop-Up Exhibition "Character"! All art will be under $200 and will feature the character's that started Stone Art! I know many will be at Art Basel but if you're in LA this show will have Character.....
A Solo Exhibition Featuring All New Work By Tina Lugo
November 7th, 2015 – November 21st, 2015
Opening Reception Saturday November 7th 2015, 7-11pm
Free Alcoholic Refreshments (21+)
Inculcated by waves of Saturday morning cartoons, characters portrayed in comic book literature, and videogame culture, Tina Lugo became instantly infatuated with the bright colors of the animated world. As she grew up, the social and sexual undertones of these cartoons unbridled themselves from the confines of her childhood memory. Lugo began to realize that the sexual and often tongue-in- cheek humor she expressed had stemmed from what she had watched on early 90’s television and only fueled her passion to uncover the subversive and controversial qualities in the pop culture of yesteryear. The use of enamel and Plexiglass in her work is to suggest that the smooth, hyper-gloss finishing of a world that allures us will always be beneath a transparent barrier we can touch but never enter-a replication of the voyeuristic qualities we all possess.
Lugo lists as her biggest influence, the Ero Guru Nansensu art movement of Japan—a name comprised of fractions of the English words erotic, grotesque, and nonsense. The movement focuses on eroticism, sexual corruption, and decadence, all themes salient in Lugo's work. With the complex compositions of her paintings, often it takes a few moments before the viewer sees the nudity or eroticism in her paintings, something she thinks eases people into the sexual nature of her pieces.
Tina Lugo was born and raised in The Bronx, NY. She studied at the School of Visual Arts where she obtained her BFA and worked with fellow artist, Nicolas Touron. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon where she continues to make glass paintings in her Pacific Northwest studio.
“Growing Pains” is inspired by teenage sexual angst and the loss of innocence in our present day youth and how we sexualize girls before they are truly women. Tina has been a frequent collaborator of fashion mainstays like Mishka and Ball and Chain Society, and she has been featured in numerous high profile art publications, most recently Juxtapoz.
Inquires please contact – Jonnie@StoneMalone.com
A solo exhibition featuring new work by Morley.
October 17th, 2015 – October 31st, 2015
Opening Reception October, 2015, 7-11pm
7619 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA
LOS ANGELES – Stone Malone Gallery is proud to present “"Sky Writing," a solo exhibition of new work by Morley.
Morley is a Los Angeles-based street artist that specializes in bold, typographic posters which he wheat pastes within the urban landscape. Blending humor, hope and his unique perspective on life, Morley’s aim is to act as a friendly voice amongst the cacophony of billboarded messages and corporate slogans.
His work has been featured in The Los Angeles Times, The Huffington Post, LA Magazine, TheChive.com, LA Canvas and on television series for Comedy Central and Amazon. He has been shown in galleries around the world and he has lectured at numerous universities, Los Angeles County Museum Of Art and The Artisphere in Washington DC. He toured the country with his book "If You're Reading This, There's Still Time" (published by Cameron + Company in 2014) and was featured in the AOL original docu-series "Vicariously."
“By turns whimsical, provocative, and transformative, Morley’s intriguing public art re-opens us to our collective sense of wonder.” — Davy Rothbart (creator of Found Magazine, author of My Heart is an Idiot, and contributor to This American Life)
Every person who stops by opening night will receive a signed 24x36 inch poster. After the opening these posters will go on sale for $25.00 Sorry, only one poster per person, no you can't get one for your friend who can't make it (unless you give them yours).No cover and no RSVP needed to get into the opening reception. The exhibit will close on October 31st. Hope to see you there!!
Inquires please contact – Jonnie@StoneMalone.com
Sky Writing Video
Stone Malone Gallery @ STREET Art Fair International
Stone Malone Gallery is proud to take part in the historic event. Our line-up is amazing Featuring Sean from Texas, Tina Luga, Ryan McIntosh, David Cook, Leba, L'AMOUR SUPREME, Greg Rivera, Gianni Arone, Bleep, TheGossipAndTheChoir, Darcy Yates, Lucas Raynaud, Diana Georgie, Stone Malone & WRDSMTH. More artist to be announced later so stay tuned!
The Los Angeles Street Art Fair will be the premier street art event. The STREET model will include special events, live entertainment, DJ’s, celebrity appearances and collaborations, sponsored VIP parties, live performance art, Symposiums and Seminars regarding the emergence of this social movement in today’s main stream art scene, and other innovative entertainment to insure both consumer interest and artists participation. These events will be focused on welcoming the most influential and supportive art patrons and sponsors that the company identifies and to continually attract the world’s hottest upcoming artists. STREETwill continually coordinate with major media, strategic celebrities and corporate partners to increase the STREET brand value.
OCTOBER 1 – OCTOBER 3
SIREN STUDIOS 1050 NORTH ORANGE DRIVE
LOS ANGELES, CA 90038
It's my birthday yall, and on september 25th i'll be hosting THE #EAT show @stonemalonegallery which is a collection of over 100 pieces #FORSALEplus #MORE as always !i! thanks to @thegossipandthechoir for the hookup and @stonemaloneart as always !i!
"Id" - is an immersive installation by artist Gianni Arone - exploring the unknown, yet omnipresent creative catalyst of the human psyche - termed by Sigmund Freud, the Id.
Filled with a free flowing, unplanned collection of paintings, words, drawings, photographs, soundscapes, and animations - Arone - will, tap into the "id" - to articulate an unspeakable part of his creative process - a part, he believes is cosmically shared in the arts, sciences, and nature itself.
Please be advised, some subject matter may be inappropriate for younger viewers.
The "ID" (or "it"):
"knows no judgements of value: no good and evil, no morality. .... It is filled with energy reaching it from the instincts, but it has no organization, produces no collective will, but only a striving to bring about the satisfaction of the instinctual needs subject to the observance of the pleasure principle - It is regarded as "the great reservoir of libido", the instinctive drive to create—the life instincts that are crucial to pleasurable survival "
(September 11 & 12th , 2015) - Street/Gallery artist "Mad One" will team up with Stone Malone Gallery to host the annual "Sticker Phiends", a showcase of local and international adhesive, street and graffiti artists for yet another round. The show will feature adhesive art and other interactive activities, plenty of sticker giveaways, limited edition prints, merch and other mixed medium works produced by showcasing artists.
There have been several Graffiti/Urban art themed shows throughout the valley and country over the past decade. This is one of a kind for sure; its name explains itself “Sticker Phiends” an array of street/gallery artists throughout the world have come together year after year to make this the longest running annual urban art exhibit in the United States.
Mad One, a Portland based street/gallery artist, had the opportunity to lock down local and international artists both established and up and coming. There are artists ranging from Arizona, New York to London, Australia and beyond". Sticker Phiends is about the adhesive art movement and bringing awareness of stickers and how they have gone from the streets to a modern medium of art being displayed in today’s galleries. “Some” of the artists exhibiting works of art for purchase will be but not limited to, Arrex, Bisco Smith, Cash for your Banksy, Donk, Murdock 1, Nite Owl, Shepard Fairey, Smog City, You are Beautiful and MANY OTHERS!..
This exhibit is a TWO DAY ONLY pop-up show. Over the course of the opening nights they will be giving out items donated by the sponsors like Tee-shirts, sticker packs,drinks etc.. DJ’s One Son, Kali Dubz and SPECIAL guest will be spinning both nights.
EYEZ OF THE WORLD
FEATURING NEW WORKS BY
AUGUST 8TH 2015 – AUGUST 15TH 2015
SATURDAY AUGUST 8TH
7PM – 12AM
STONE MALONE GALLERY
7619 ½ MELROSE AVE. LOS ANGELES, CA. 90046
Stone Malone is an American artist, musician, and activist. Best described as a surrealist with a comic-book flare, Malone has developed an underground following for incredibly detailed oil paintings that are recreations of his early work in ink-and-color pencil. His art is also known for bold experiments in color and his trademark use of eyes. The artist created many of the works using a unique 360-technique so that each piece could be rotated multiple times and appreciated from many angles. Born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Malone showed artistic promise from an early age. As a young child, he could draw coherent pictures before speaking, and decorated the walls of his home with black Sharpie drawings. He attended Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids and Musicians Institute in Los Angeles, California.
FOR INQUIRIES, PREVIEW OR TO SCHEDULE PRIVATE VIEWINGS PLEASE CONTACT:
CURATOR – STONE MALONE GALLERY
7619 ½ MELROSE AVE.
LOS ANGELES, CA 90046
(323) 376-5447 DIRECT
(323) 782 – 7070 OFFICE
A DUAL EXHIBITION FEATURING NEW AND COLLABORATIVE WORKS BY
HAUNTED EUTH & TS CLAIRE
JULY 18TH 2015 – AUGUST 2ND 2015
SATURDAY JULY 18TH
7PM – 11PM
Haunted Euth (pronounced Haunted Youth) is the working alias of a Los Angeles based Painter and Print Maker known for murals, installations and gallery shows primarily in and around the Los Angeles area. A sample of Haunted Euth's list of clients for commissions and freelance work include SkullCandy, RocNation, The Arbor Collective, LAUSD, SFT Fins, Pitfire Pizza.
ARTIST INFO / WEBSITE
A self-taught Los Angeles based painter, she has quickly become one of the city’s most unique and carefully watched artist's. Her work, which balances elements of portraiture, abstraction, design and screen printing focuses on the theme of female empowerment.
ARTIST INFO / WEBSITE
“DAY DESTROYS THE NIGHT”
A SOLO EXHIBITION BY
JUNE 27TH 2015 – JULY 12TH 2015
“An LA native, Darcy creates hauntingly personal works of art, straddling the line between beauty and gut wrenching emotion. Her work is gritty, colorful, and embodies the essence of soul. It truly is something to witness and experience in person. We hope you can join us this coming Saturday June 27TH for our opening reception.”
- Stone Malone Gallery
Darcy Yates is a So-Cal native who grew up in the Los Angeles Forest. She had an artistic upbringing, raised in the home of an accomplished ventriloquist and brilliant seamstress. Her artistic journey began at a young age, by visual problem solving through color. Unable to shake her visual awareness, she embraced her career as an artist. Yates received her BA from California State University Northridge (CSUN) in 2013 and won “Best in Show” from CSUN's juried art competition her Senior Year. She has been featured in galleries, periodicals and collections throughout the United States
Yates’ work captures the spirit of soul and imagination through colors and shapes. Her work evokes the feelings of a child walking through a dark and silent hallway; frightened but ceaselessly curious of what lies ahead. Vintage photography plays a significant role in Yates’ art. Yates plays with the idea of re-purposing what once was lost. These forgotten photographs are recreated through the visual eye of Yates’ imagination. Her favorite tool is The Spiro graph because of the childish innocence it suggests. Her use of different media balances the stories that coincide with each piece. Her infatuation with unconventional interaction is explored through her paintings of young girls and their pets. Her “Demon Babies” represent our innocence, diminished by the troubling reality of life. Yates creates the feeling of longing within the dead lights of their eyes.
Music helps define and mold the narrative of Yates' work. In her debut solo exhibition, she has linked the gap between sight and sound. Day Destroys the Night is inspired by the lyric from one of Yates’ favorite songs “Break on Through” by The Doors. She sought to bring a new visual interpretation to this notorious anthem. In this collection, Yates conjures the meaning of fresh rebellion through nostalgia; fighting for freedom, dreaming bigger and conquering one's demons. Yates wants her audience to recall, “Day destroys the night, Night divides the day. Tried to run, Tried to hide, Break on through to the other side.”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Answer To Everything But Death
Featuring new work by Ryan McIntosh
May 23rd, 2015 – June 7th, 2015
Opening Reception May 23rd, 2015, 7-12pm
7619 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA
LOS ANGELES – Stone Malone Gallery is proud to present “The Answer To Everything But Death”, a solo exhibition of new work by Los Angeles based artist, Ryan McIntosh.
While it may have been the artist’s original intent to provide some form of answers within this exhibition, the truth is… he really doesn’t know. Instead, upon viewing the work you’re left with this empty feeling in your gut, more unanswered questions in your head and art that has little to no aesthetic value. ocess however, the artist begins to pose a series of questions about the kinds or returns we expect from contemporary art.
In reality, this exhibition just makes available what everyone really wants – money – and thus it may disappoint on the traditional expectation that art should be “more” than this.
"Buying is much more American than thinking."
"HEAVY SODA ROCKS"
A SOLO EXHIBITION BY HARLEY JONES
An illustrator and street artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Jones was part of the original wave of graffiti in his hometown of Dunedin, New Zealand, some nine or ten years ago. Jones translates his bold, vibrant style between wall and print, pumping fresh illustrations into the world through all available channels. Featuring characters like purple jacket-wearing dudes, flipped cars, and candy-colored hand lettering, Jones’ work is wild enough to weird out the square bears, yet wickedly clean.
Jones uses a healthy mix of traditional techniques to create slopped-up, vibrant, beautifully kinetic illustrations that simply drip with narrative power. Inspired by the lot of wildly talented artist friends he surrounds himself with and by both his father’s (the man was an animator for the legendary Hanna-Barbera productions) and grandfather’s artistic work ethic, Jones combines cartoon-like imagery and sublime narratives that boast Jones’ authentic and off-beat color palettes. Simple lettering and fresh textile patterns in pastel shades and squiggly lines, and the fantastical combinations of the two, make his pieces show like something from a theme park funhouse.
His creativity knows no bounds as his passions for the things he paints and draws stem from his roots in graffiti and his desire to bring a modern touch to the traditional styles associated with graff.
The inspiration for HEAVY SODA ROCKS is Jones’s humorous take on small or less serious crimes, the anticipation of seeing America for the first time, and cartoon nostalgia. Harley will be showing a series of original drawings, paintings, and risograph prints.
"GOLD TO THE BONE" A DUAL EXHIBITION BY
THE ARTIST MARIE
TheArtistMarie’s work is highly technical and deeply rooted in cubism and triangulation. She uses a variety of techniques in her paintings and sculptures to cut, fold, and reconstruct recycled material such as cardboard, wood, paint, and tape into geometric shapes. These shapes are then meticulously assembled into intricate lattices and sweeping planes combining a dynamic level of complexity and intricate perspective. TheArtistMarie’s work walks the fine line of chaos, yet brings perfect moments of clarity. In TheArtistMarie’s new painting series, Vertical Horizoncities are depicted from enormous heights in a dizzying, downward, fish-eye perspective. With this new form of cityscapes, TheArtistMarie brilliantly uses the method of subtracting paint from the canvas rather than adding it. Converging lines create an imaginary metropolis that thrusts its viewers into an exhilarating free fall. These captivating works are meant to evoke an adrenaline pumping sense of vertigo.
Johnny Tarajosu is a fashion designer and a visual artist that produces original designs on prints, canvases, and apparel. Johnny Tarajosu creates work that blends free-styled intricate detailing of archaic design from ancient cultures, including the Mayans, Sumerians and Egyptians, with Arabic art, Asian calligraphy, and tribal cultures from across the globe to create a vision of human unity, aka humanity. Johnny Tarajosu's work can best be described as a spiritual journey; it draws you in with its detailed precision and placement of conscious design, and invites you to stay and explore your introspective mind and collective consciousness as they freely flow through hidden messages incorporated into the intricacies of each stylized piece. Johnny Tarajosu’s mission is to inspire passion in the intellectual thinker, to cultivate innovation through the use of fine arts and fashion, and to promote the creativity and intuitive understanding that feeds the god in all of us. "Est Deus in Nobis", a phrase heard often from Johnny Tarajosu, reminds us of what our products are created to convey; a sense of royalty, value, and the idea that we are all gods and goddesses.
STONE MALONE GALLERY PRESENTS
"WHAT WE DO IS SECRET"
A GROUP EXHIBITION
CURATED BY THEGOSSIPANDTHECHOIR & LUCAS RAYNAUD
The aerosol spray can. An object that can convey beauty, expression, and rebellion. An invaluable tool to the artist, it is one of the most versatile weapons in the world. We invite you to a unique group exhibition that will feature work in a new and exciting format from 31 new emerging talents as well as established artists from all over the world.
Preview: Friday March 27th 2015
8:00pm – 10:00pm
Opening Reception: Saturday March 28th 2015
Exhibition Duration: March 28, 2015 – April 11, 2015
A portion of all sales will be donated to the charity, #HASHTAGLUNCHBAG
We will also be taking donations for PROJECT SMILE SOUTH CENTRAL, a community project dedicated to beautifying the neighborhoods of South Central Los Angeles with murals and artwork from world renowned artists to community children.
First 50 people in attendance will receive a custom handmade wooden mini spray can.
There will be a raffle where 10 Lucky Winners will receive a BILLBOARD BANDITS BOOK and other awesome prizes.
Complementary Sino Tequila Cocktails, Beer, Wine, (for 21+) & Soft Drinks.
AFRIKA 47 - http://instagram.com/AFRIKA_47
AUGOR MSK - http://instagram.com/AUGORMSK
BENJAMIN ALEJANDRO - http://instagram.com/BENJAMINALEJANDRO
BISCO SMITH – http://instagram.com/BISCOSMITH
BLEEP BLOOP - http://instagram.com/THEBLEEPBLOOP
CODY BAYNE - http://instagram.com/CODYBAYNE_OFFICIAL
DIRTYWETPAINT - http://instagram.com/DIRTYWETPAINT
DOURONE - http://instagram.com/DOURONE
FLORÉ - http://instagram.com/BYFLORE
GIANNI ARONE - http://instagram.com/GIANNI_ARONE
HAUNTED EUTH - http://instagram.com/HAUNTEDEUTH
HERO - http://instagram.com/_HERO_
JASON OSTRO - http://instagram.com/JASONOSTRO
KAREN BYSTEDT - http://instagram.com/KARENBYSTEDT
MADMAN - http://instagram.com/MADMANART
MONCHO 1929 - http://instagram.com/MONCHO1929
NOAH NEIGHBOR - http://instagram.com/NOAHNEIGHBOR
LUCAS RAYNAUD - http://instagram.com/LUCASRAYNAUD
PHOBIK - http://instagram.com/PHOBIKGOD
PLASTIC JESUS - http://instagram.com/PLASTICJESUS
RENE GAGNON - http://instagram.com/RENEGAGNON
SICKID - http://instagram.com/SICKID1
SMOGCITY - http://instagram.com/SMOGCITIZEN
TEACHR - http://instagram.com/TEACHR1
THE MOST FAMOUS ARTIST - http://instagram.com/THEMOSTFAMOUSARTIST
THEGOSSIPANDTHECHOIR – http://instagram.com/THEGOSSIPANDTHECHOIR
THRASHBIRD - http://instagram.com/THRASHBIRD13
WHISBE - http://instagram.com/WHISBE
STONE MALONE GALLERY PRESENTS
A GROUP EXHIBITION SHOWCASING EMERGING TALENTS
MARCH 7TH 2015 – MARCH 20TH 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday March 7th 2015
Henry R. Glovinsky
Sounds By MostArt
"CROSS MY HEART"
Opening Reception Friday 13th, 2015 & Saturday February 14th 2015.
Sounds By MostArt
"City" A solo exhibition featuring all new work by Edsy aka Pastey Whyte.
Born in Rochester, NY. Edsy has a BFA in Sceneography from SUNY, New Paltz, NY. He has worked as a Stage Technician in television and theater production for the past 25 years.
Edsy’s art techniques are derived from the artists he most admires, especially from the Pop and Contemporary Art genres. His cityscapes are unique visions, an extension of his urban environments drawing inspiration from the places Edsy has lived and worked in like New York City, Chicago, and currently Los Angeles. The cit He does not adhere to one particular style or medium. He has made several series of works which use found objects, found images, and repurposed materials. He finds source images from his collection of vintage magazines and catalogs, and transforms the original material or content into something modern and edgy.
For the past several years, he has been an active participant in the “un-commissioned public art” of the Los Angeles Street Art movement. Known by his nom de guerre “Pastey Whyte”, his street work stands out in the field and has drawn a following of fellow street artists and fans of the genre. Featured in Stay Up by G. James Daichendt, he’s recently joined several of the movement’s stand outs.
Opening Reception Saturday, January 24th 2015.
Sounds By MostArt
"I'M STILL DEAD" a solo exhibition by Sean From Texas.
Famed Tattooer And Artist, Sean From Texas Returns To Stone Malone Gallery To Showcase A Collection Of Works From 2014. This Past Year Has Been A Land Mark Year For The Fell One, From Tattooing Celebrity Clients, Collaborating With Numerous High End Fashion Labels, To Designing Nine Inch Nail's Current Tour Merchandise And Artwork.
Ink, Paint, & Bone, All Artwork Will Be Very Reasonably Priced, So Do Not Miss Out On What Will Be An Unforgettable Exhibition.
Sounds By MostArt