Get SF Weekly Newsletters

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

The Lowbrow Art Sale -- Ekundayo, Skot Olsen, Ahren Hertel

Posted By on Tue, Dec 18, 2007 at 9:08 AM

Ekundayo "Too Much of Anything..."

click to enlarge ekundayo2_thumb.jpg

This L.A. based artist has one of those styles that you can't help but like. So colorful and energetic. He recently had a solo show at the Thinkspace Gallery, and now we get a print from one of those works. This print is a nice 19x24" (image area), giclee on etching paper. It's hand singed, and is also embellished with acrylic, gold leaf and ink. So you know each print of this limited edition of 30 is unique. This print is limited to only 1 per customer.

Get It Here

Skot Olsen "Saint Psilocybe"

click to enlarge saint_psilocybe_thumb.jpg

An extraordinary artist out of Florida, Skot Olsen's had an amazing show, that unfortunately was caught up in a fire that hit the Harold Golen Gallery this past week . Hopefully some of this work will be salvaged from the damage. From reading Skot's blog he seems to have a great attitude, and even though he is upset like anyone would be, he seems ready to get back to bringing us some amazing art to view. He will have a show at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco Dec. '08. For now, you can head over to his site and grab some prints. Saint Psilocybe and Saint Elyse's Epiphany are all this is left from the fire.

Get It Here

Stella Im Hultberg "Heartbeats"

click to enlarge stella_thumb.jpg

Another print available from the Thinkspace Gallery, this one from the ever popular Stella Im Hultberg. It's a generous 14x20", giclee on photo rag paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist, in an edition of 100. Her prints tend to sell out very quickly, so catch these before you have to fight someone on eBay for them. I'm looking forward to seeing some new prints from her latest show at the Lineage Gallery in PA. Her work is really evolving and getting more intense.

Get It Here

Ahren Hertel "On Guard"

click to enlarge OnGuard_thumb.jpg

Ahren is an a killer artist out of Reno, NV. He recently had a solo show at the Gallery 1988 in L.A. The show is still up if you want to see all of the work, Here. His work is very cohesive, always colorful and filled with some great imagery. And, he rules with oil paint. This print from the show is a lithograph on 10x17" in paper and is embellished with hand applied oil paint. It is limited to only 25.

Get It Here

Sauerkids "Cirque Phantastique"

click to enlarge bf_xlarge_sauer011_thumb.jpg

This duo for the Netherlands always gives us some crazy art to look at, and now Blueflip art gives us a limited print of their work. Every Monday Blueflip Art releases a limited print, and this one is a great print from the Sauerkids. The print is limited to 100, and is 16.5x11.5". As with all of the Sauerkids prints, 10% of each sale will go to the Warchild Organization, an organization devoted to helping children affected by war.

Get It Here

Next week I'll wrap up this year with a Top 10 list.

  • Pin It

Tags: , , , , ,

About The Author

Josh Creep


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Popular Stories

  1. Most Popular Stories
  2. Stories You Missed

Like us on Facebook


  • 24th Annual Autumn Moon Festival
    Crowds gathered September 6-7 for the 24th Annual Autumn Moon Festival in Chinatown. Visitors enjoyed arts, crafts, cultural exhibits, food and a dog fashion show. Photographs by Dhoryan Rizo.
  • Felton: Touring the Redwoods
    Blue skies meet redwood canopies in the mountain town of Felton, located just north of Santa Cruz on Highway 9. Once a bustling logging community, the town is now a mix of mellow locals and serene wilderness. Visitors can enjoy the redwoods in nearby Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park and splash in swimming holes in the San Lorenzo River. For a bite to eat stop by Rocky’s Cafe for fruit-laden pancakes, barbeque at the Cowboy Bar & Grill and poolside burgers at the Trout Farm Inn. Other stops worth checking out include Roaring Camp Railroads, the Mount Hermon zip line tour, and the educational Bigfoot Discovery Museum. For beer or cocktails a log cabin bar has you covered.