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johanna poethig: lick me to heaven


WIGband: “Lick Me to Heaven”
audio CD

WIGband was created by Johanna Poethig and Barbara Golden in 1985. Over the last two decades WIGband has used a mélange of multi media (installation, film, video, song, slides, props) to get their “trashy feminist” point across. Seriously silly and tasteless Wigband is known for its in your face satire of life’s everyday imposed conformities and across the globe obscene politics. Motivated by the most personal experiences WIGband is about living in this era as women, our physical needs and obsessions and our uninhibited intelligence. WIGband’s Barbara “Bambi” Golden, at fabulous 61, is a “born again” artiste who wrote her first song at 40, and a much married ex-housewife/schoolteacher from Montreal who has produced everything from a music/recipe book to works of experimental music. Johanna “Silver” Poethig, daughter of missionaries, periodically impersonates General Douglas MacArthur and is a well known visual and public artist.
http://www.johannapoethig.com

ernest jolly: cloud prints

unique prints, each 4.25″ x 5″
12 total

The artwork of Oakland-based artist Ernest Jolly explores the relationship between organic forms and manmade structures in shape, sound, and light. Through complex surface treatments, Jolly creates an illusion of fragile delicacy that appears almost organic.
http://ernestjolly.com

evan jourdan + heidi anderson: collages

Man hat bird
4″ x 6″
Collage
Vellum, acid free paper and glue, colored tissue paper, and museum board backing
$20- $40

Owl Moon
4″ x 6″
Collage
Vellum, acid free paper and glue, colored tissue paper, and museum board backing
$20 – $40

evan jourdan + heidi anderson: pinatas

Two headed clown
10″ x 10″
Altered Pinata
Tissue paper and cardboard
$24

Boy Dog
9″ x 9″
Altered Pinata
Tissue paper and cardboard
$24

Star Head Doll
9″ x 9″
Altered Pinata
Tissue paper and cardboard
$24

lexa walsh

merav tzur: pill mancala organizer

scott tsuchitani: perpetual foreigner


silkscreen on t-shirt

My work is, in part, about creating space from the margins in the mainstream, creating space in the culture, whether it be that of family, community, or mass media, for all of us to be just as we are, rather than how the dominant culture tells us to be. http://www.scotttsuchitani.com