We just received Issue 2 from the good people over at Shakewell Magazine. These guys are really onto something here with their fresh approach to the Graff Mag game, expect all aspects to be covered from steel and streets to the finer side of this exciting artform.
99 pages in full colour, features include sections on Sireps, Coke, Gus, John Kaye and Aeon.
We have recently procured a number of original works by Adelaide Graffiti Artist, Tarns One. Most of these pieces are available for purchase in our online gallery.
ONLINE GALLERY: Tarns One
New privately commissioned piece by one of our in house artist's, Tarns.
Tarns One (The one who freaks the funk), has been painting graffiti since 1987. Influenced by the Graffiti phenomena in Sydney and Adelaide during the 80s, Tarns picked up a spray can and hasn’t dropped the can since. He is best known for his ability to perpetually reinvent his style, all the while preserving the more traditional elements of graffiti. This has made him an icon in the Australian graffiti culture. Tarns always comes correct with one of the best can control skills in the game.
Tarns has exhibited in many group shows nationally and internationally, and now announces his FIRST Solo exhibition: ‘TARNS ONE’ - his works will be exhibited at the recently opened gallery ‘THE SPACE’ Currie Street, Adelaide (entry via Burnett St).
This exhibition will show works displaying his impeccable skills with aerosol paint. Tarns continuously stretches the limitless possibilities this art form can be taken. His works are a statement; they feature abstract ideas exploring the relationship of forms and colour with some works derived straight from raw graffiti. His paintings are an explosion of dynamic colours, technical line work and geometric letter forms.
After 27 years of painting graffiti, this exhibition will be a real treat for anyone who has seen Tarns Graffiti Art in the streets, and for those who haven’t you now have the opportunity to see and potentially own a painting of this Australian Aerosol Genius.
Tarns One - First Solo Exhibition on show at - THE SPACE, Currie St (enter from Burnett St) opening on Friday the 28th of November (6-9pm) – 30th of November for 3 days only.TARNS ONE Facebook Event Page
TARNS ONE Facebook Event Page
So this happened... Year 10 Art students from Endeavour College went on a school excursion to the Cold Krush Store/Gallery to learn how to use Aerosol Paints, most of them for the very first time!
The Cold Krush facillitators, Grots and Fleur, demonstrated and assisted the 42 students over the last two weeks in a workshop environment. The students displayed their new found skills on boards that will be exhibited at the Endeavour College Art Exhibition held at the end of the year. Thoroughly enjoying themselves and very determined to create art and masterpeices all of them were spraying, almost non stop for the whole time spent with us.
We really hope they all continue to incorporate aerosol into their regular arts practice and should all be stoked with what they created at the workshop, best of luck with your Art Exhibition and future artistic endeavours!
We hope to see you again at Cold Krush, until then all the best from the CK Team!Info about Workshops?... Click here...
Info about Workshops?... Click here...
Radio station, Hit 107 presented a Laneway festival on Friday the 7th of November on Bank Street, just off Hindley Street in Adelaide CBD.
There was Live Music, Free Food and Drinks and live Chalk Art.
Despite the hot weather it was a great night, for entertainment and the Cold Krush in-house artists Grots and Fleur tried their hand in 'Chalk Art' for the very first time alongside Adelaide artist Elyshia Lay.Cold Krush Artist Commissions
Cold Krush Artist Commissions
'Revolve' is an exciting new opportunity for local, national, emerging and established artists to exhibit their work at Cold Krush Store/Gallery.
Our aim is to create a revolving door of art on our walls. The work will be exhibited for 6 weeks for the walks of life that step through the Cold Krush door.
We are looking at exhibiting 3-4 artists per opening. Artists are encouraged to exhibit 2 - 3 pieces (Any more will have to be discussed), prints will also be accepted. Due to space constraints each artist may submit a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 3 complete works. Each work must stay within 70cm x 70cm size limit. (Sculpture and Larger works are to be discussed)
The Revolve project will have its first opening on Friday, 20th February from 6-9pm at Cold Krush Store/Gallery as part of the Adelaide Fringe, and will be on display for 2 weeks rolling over to the next group of artists to exhibit for the following 2 weeks. Once the Fringe has ended Revolve will extend it’s openings to a period of 6 weeks. This will be an ongoing event.
If you are interested in participating in this exciting opportunity at Cold Krush Store/Gallery please email email@example.com 3-4 images of your artwork and provide a 250 word statement about who you are as an artist, and what kind of art that you do.
Expressions of interest for Revolve will be due by the November 31st of, 2014. Admissions will be open until the 31st of January, 2014. If accepted you will be allocated a date for a 6 week Revolve exhibition. Artists will be given notice at least 1 month prior to their allocated date.
Got any questions or want some more information? Please contact us on (08) 8271 7711 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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