Monday, January 29, 2007

(((In Stereo))) Exhibit: March 2007

Gabe Pons and Rob Landeck will be teaming up for an art show at Fredericksburg's most popular coffee shop, Hyperion Espresso, in March. (((In Stereo))) will feature new work that is inspired by the music that fuels the soul- from Rock and Hip-Hop to Jazz and Blues.
The painting in the poster above is called "Analog Roots: 1987" and is a collaborative piece by both artists. Below is a teaser sample of oneof the pieces slated to be in the show.

When: March 1st-31st, 2007 - come and party with us on Friday March 2nd, 6-9pm
Where: Hyperion Espresso, 301 William Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401

"My Baby Wants To Rock n Roll" by Gabriel Pons: (Stencil Study), 30"x30"

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Works In Progress

Below are some progress pics of paintings I'm working on for upcoming shows in February and March. -Enjoy! G
For all those local to the Fredericksburg, and the Washinton D.C. area, I'll be participating in an event called "Watching Paint Dry" at Art First Gallery in February doing live painting collaborations with other members. In fact I'll be working all day on Saturday, Feburary 3rd from 10-5 so pay a visit. In March, Rob Landeck and I will be showing new work at Hyperion Espresso (corner of William and Princess Anne Street). The tentative title is "In Stereo" so check it out on Friday, March 2nd and party with us.

Sunday, January 07, 2007

Student Art Exhibit: Jan 5th-31st 2007

Several students of the PONSHOP are exhibiting their work in January at the LibertyTown Annual Student Art Show. Student artisits of the PONSHOP include: Tommy Cox, Max Harvey, Allison and CJ Marr, as well as Robert and Tristan Thompson.
This annual exhibit features all student work from artists who hold classes/workshops in their studios. We'd like to thank all of those that continue to get involved in the art community here in Fredericksburg. For more information on the classes that the PONSHOP offers, click here.

Tommy Cox holdin' it down on a Friday night. His "A-GRR" skateboard is the on the far left.