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Preview of “Blood” at Sacred Machine

Opening Febuary 18th at Sacred Machine is‘Blood’, a group show exploring the striking symbol of blood and the implied presence it can play within thecontext of visual art. As a vital life essence, it can be simultaneously expressedas love or terror. The collective works of the artists participating, whichincludes Mark Ryden, Jennybird Alcantara, Charlie Immer, and Daniel Martin Diazamong others, depict a gauntlet of tender lovesickness and ghastly scenes in arange of mediums and styles. Take a peek at a preview of the show after the jump.

Jennybird Alcantara 

Opening Febuary 18th at Sacred Machine is‘Blood’, a group show exploring the striking symbol of blood and the implied presence it can play within thecontext of visual art. As a vital life essence, it can be simultaneously expressedas love or terror. The collective works of the artists participating, whichincludes Mark Ryden, Jennybird Alcantara, Charlie Immer, and Daniel Martin Diazamong others, depict a gauntlet of tender lovesickness and ghastly scenes in arange of mediums and styles.

Craig LaRotunda


Robert Palacios


Chris Mars

Paul Barnes

Charlie Immer

Daniel Martin Diaz


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