Martin Wittfooth (Hi-Fructose Vol. 19 cover artist) recently opened his show “Empire” at Corey Helford Gallery, presenting a collection of majestic, allegorical works on canvas. Interested in the idea of a repetitive cycle of history, Wittfooth chose to examine the way the notion of empire applies to modern day. The result is a series of subtle works that communicate these ideas slowly and patiently through rich imagery and pristine details. Take a look at some images from the opening night by Sam Graham courtesy of Corey Helford Gallery.
Matt Thomas of The Joy Formidable, artist Martin Wittfooth, Ritzy Briyan and Rhydian Davies of The Joy Formidable with Sherri Trahan of Corey Helford Gallery.
Martin Wittfooth with Jan Corey Helford of Corey Helford Gallery
Martin Wittfooth and friend with Corey Helford Gallery director Sherri Trahan
Martin Wittfooth and Kaley Cuoco of Big Bang Theory.
Jan Corey Helford and Giles Walker