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Dr. Sketchy LA - "Sex" 19th September, 2010 'What happens when you mix two beautiful exhibitionistic women and a stunning female voyeur in a candle-lit garden on a sultry summer night?' Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School was established in 2005 by artist Molly Crabapple. The original New York enterprise has since spawned over sixty branches internationally. Dr. Sketchy’s unprecedented combination of exquisite models and exciting showmanship has allowed the concept to evolve beyond its humble beginnings as a quirky artists’ get-together to become what it is today… a whole bunch of quirky artists’ get-togethers. www.drsketchyla.com www.drsketchy.com
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Dr. Sketchy's Medusa Lounge, June 21st, 2009 Los Angeles "Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School was established in 2005 by artist Molly Crabapple. The original New York enterprise has since spawned over sixty branches internationally. Dr. Sketchy’s unprecedented combination of exquisite models and exciting showmanship has allowed the concept to evolve beyond its humble beginnings as a quirky artists’ get-together to become what it is today… a whole bunch of quirky artists’ get-togethers." www.drsketchyla.com www.drsketchy.com
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Thank you Su! * See what incredible work the artist burningbliss has done based on my photograph. He turned a simple picture into a real piece of art! Flickr can be such a great place for cooperations across the world sometimes. His painting can be found here. It is amazing! His whole stream is, check out his whole portfolio, it's worth it! Thank you very much for your amazing work!
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Dr. Sketchy's Medusa Lounge, June 21st, 2009 Los Angeles "Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School was established in 2005 by artist Molly Crabapple. The original New York enterprise has since spawned over sixty branches internationally. Dr. Sketchy’s unprecedented combination of exquisite models and exciting showmanship has allowed the concept to evolve beyond its humble beginnings as a quirky artists’ get-together to become what it is today… a whole bunch of quirky artists’ get-togethers." www.drsketchyla.com www.drsketchy.com
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For more on the art in your world visit www.Warholian.com or follow us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/WarholianFan One of the artists on my press bucket list, I’ve wanted to write up a feature on John Felix Arnold III since I met him at a café show in Bernal Heights three years ago. At that time, I was actively publicizing the works of artists showing at the now deceased Babylon Falling bookstore, which included David Young V, Robert Bowen, David Ball, and C3. Unfortunately, I never quite got the chance to cover Felix at the bookstore, because I only became aware of his work directly after his show had ended. With Old Crow Tattoo in Oakland, California actively showing Felix’s work, thankfully, I’ve gotten another chance to chat with him about what inspires his expansive, post-apocalyptic installations. I stopped by his show "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" to get the shots and make up for lost time. Read the rest of the story here: www.warholian.com/2012/07/28/john-felix-arnold-iii-2/ All photos by Megan Wolfe for Warholian.