The Lady of the Reservoir

2010
pencil on paper
20 x 28 cm

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Vestigial Virgins

2010
pencil on paper
20.5 x 15.5 cm

Part of the "Silverlake Harem" series.

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Reservoir Nymph

2010
pencil on paper
20.5 x 15.5 cm

Part of the "Silverlake Harem" series.

This original drawing is available. Contact us if you wish to purchase it.

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Pestilence On A Rice Rocket

2010
pencil on paper
15 x 10 cm

This drawing can be hung upside down or right side up...

Part of the "Silverlake Harem" series.

This original drawing is available. Contact us if you wish to purchase it.

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kozyndan exhibition "Washed Away" opens TONIGHT at Outré Gallery in embourne!!

Folks down under - we are HERE!!! Come out and say hi tonight if you are in Melbourne. We are exhibiting at each of Outré Gallery's three locations. We will be exhibiting new paintings, drawings, and new Panoramic prints!

Open dates:
Melbourne - Friday 29 April
Perth - Friday 6 May
Sydney - Friday 13 May

 

RSVP recoommended (a must for Melbourne)...

outre

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Limited Edition "Uprisings" metallic silkscreen print is now available!

 

This is a seriograph edition of 200 signed an numbered silkscreen prints.  5 metallic colors on Coventry Rag Vellum 320 gm/wt paper. The final paper size is 37 x 28 inches. Each print comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. The edition was produced by Modern Multiples in Los Angeles.

This is the first, and most likely the only, time we will offer "Uprisings" as silkscreen print so pick one up if you are interested!

 

We no longer have prints in this edition in stock, but various galleries of ours do have some left. In Australia: Outré Gallery In North America: Magic Pony In the UK: Nelly Duff and The BALTIC Shop

 

 

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Water Works at GR2 - A benefit for UNICEF and child victims of the earthquake in Japan at Giant Robot 2 on March 19, 2011

We will be debuting our first ever silkscreen edition of our popular Uprisings image at the opening of the "Water Works" show at Giant Robot 2 on Saturday March 19th, 2011

The exhibition is a benefit for UNICEF's relief efforts for the recents events in Japan.

Opening Reception: Sat. March 19 6:30 - 10 PM
March 19-April 13, 2011
at GR2
2062 Sawtelle Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
310.455.9276 www.gr2.net

water

 

The U.S. Fund for UNICEF (USF) is raising funds to help children in Japan impacted by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. This is an unusual decision, as Japan is a donor to UNICEF, not a recipient of its assistance. However, due to the unprecedented nature of the epic disaster and its impact on children, resources are going to be critical in helping provide for the very unique needs of children. These may include health, development, and protection and other needs that may have been compromised or disrupted in the wake of the catastrophe. Giant Robot is proud to join the effort, and have asked many of our talented friends to create water-themed art to raise funds to support the efforts of UNICEF.

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Rising Tide

9 x 9 in.
acrylic on board
2011

Detail from a painting Dan did for the "Year of the Rabbit" group exhibition at GR2.

February 5 – March 2, 2011

According to Dan "I have found myself doing several variations of rabbits sort of surfing or swimming in the ocean, on waves, under the sea, etc, so i wanted to add at least one image that depicted something closer to what might actually happen if a rabbit somehow found itself in a massive ocean wave..."

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In the studio

We have been working away on new paintings for upcoming shows in Australia with Outré Gallery. Waves and witches and wreckage and nudibranches and crab and naked people... we like to mix it up.

 

 

Our exhibition entitled "Washed Away" will come through all Outré Gallery's locations and we will be there for each opening. We'll have new paintings, drawings, and a new panoramic, and who knows what else!

Open dates:
Melbourne - Friday 29 April
Perth - Friday 6 May
Sydney - Friday 13 May

 

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