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Gristle Gallery and Trekell Art Supplies Present “Interiors”

Gristle Gallery in Brooklyn and Trekell Art Supplies are proud to present "Interiors", a group show consisting of the artists from Copycat Violence Art Collective. "Interiors" will feature works from Copycat Violence’s international artists that are all completed on 8x10” cradled Trekell panels and will hang unframed. The works range from paintings to drawings and sculptural works and will be available through the new year. Delving into the nadir of mind and soul, where darkness and light mingle, "Interiors" explores the inner workings of each artist's desires, fears, dreamscapes and nightmares. Breaching the walls of our inner demons, unresolved feelings, nuanced emotions and thoughts only shared with that little voice inside our heads, each artist renders their unique interpretations, flights of fancy and surreal visions.


Alex Garant

Gristle Gallery in Brooklyn and Trekell Art Supplies are proud to present Interiors, a group show consisting of the artists from Copycat Violence Art Collective. Interiors will feature works from Copycat Violence’s international artists that are all completed on 8″x10” cradled Trekell panels and will hang unframed. The works range from paintings to drawings and sculptural works and will be available through the new year. Delving into the nadir of mind and soul, where darkness and light mingle, “Interiors” explores the inner workings of each artist’s desires, fears, dreamscapes and nightmares. Breaching the walls of our inner demons, unresolved feelings, nuanced emotions and thoughts only shared with that little voice inside our heads, each artist renders their unique interpretations, flights of fancy and surreal visions.

Founded in 2013 by Megan Buccere, Brynn Elizabeth, and Ellen Wilberg, Copycat Violence is now comprised of thirty new contemporary and pop surreal artists from around the world. Copycat Violence Collective offers distinctive styles and visual perspectives to pique the viewer’s imagination. Displaying Artworks in solo and group shows, each individual artist maintains their own exhibition history. “Far from ordinary, the drivers of Copycat Violence are a worldwide collective of efflorescent, elegant, and simultaneously visceral visual artists working together to bring the cutting edge in figurative and narrative artworks in the form of group and supporting independent exhibitions, this collective excels in redefining the exquisite and encouraging the extraordinary.” @copycatviolence


Tracy Lewis


Stephanie Law


Melissa Hartley


Megan Buccere


Josh Roman


Ellen Wilberg


Brynn Elizabeth

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Underwritten by Gristle Gallery.

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