Friday, March 20, 2009

A Couple of Art Events


For any of you who are going to be in Brussels during the first part of April: Myself, James Jean, and Joshua Hagler will be exhibiting paintings in A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF UNCERTAINTIES from April 4 - April 12, 2009. The opening will be on April 3 at 20:00. I believe James and Joshua will be in attendance. As of now, my schedule is not going to allow me to be there. If this changes, I'll post it. The address is AA Docks, Internationalelaan 7, 1070 Brussels. The paintings of mine being exhibited are the first six works posted under the PAINTINGS section at kentwilliams.com.

For details go to takeawayartgallery.wordpress.com


This is a small painting for another event also happening in early april: GIVE & TAKE: An Artspace After Dark Event to benefit the ARTSPACE Summer Arts Program and Scholarship Fund for kids. This is happening Thursday evening, April 2, 7-10 pm.

50 artists, 50 works of art, $50 each to support arts education!

ARTSPACE
201 E. Davie St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
919.821.2787

For details go to artspacenc.org/Give&Take.html

5 comments:

  1. Hi kent
    finally I have a mail for contct you!
    I'm antoniologic and I'm not your fan.................but I love your own single sketch and stroke.............
    an your painting were and are the point of start for my paint!!
    I hope tht you 'll answer at my mail !
    so I can show you my work...............
    If you want can wacth my picture un flickr I'm antoniologic
    seeyou Kent

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  2. I liked this quick sketch very much. Did you used the colbalt blue underpainting for all of your paintings? I wonder if you used here...

    Well, I hope the event goes pretty well. Great to hear that they have scholarships for kids, this is really nice!

    Im checking in almost everyday to see if theres any new layers of you last painting. Waiting!

    Your friend
    ALEX
    São Paulo - Brasil

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  3. Hi,

    I just found out that you will be exhibiting some of your work in brussels, too bad you wont be there, but I'm just happy to see your work and James Jean's in real life.

    I like the way you create your backgrounds and textures. And how you mix your pretty realistic painting with smudges and blurry bits.

    Jules

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  4. Can't wait! I'll be there.

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