The Have and Have Not Group Show

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Ian Ameling, The First of Many, 2012. Digital.

Lee Ballard curated a group exhibit that opens tomorrow night at Varnish Fine Art featuring the contemporary fine artwork of 14 illustrators from the sci-fi/fantasy comics realm including Barron Storey and Rick Berry, two of the most influential American illustrators alive today.

The Have and Have Not Group Show features fine artworks of various media by Jon Wayshak, Rick Berry, Robert Bowen, Kiyoshi Nakazawa, Brad Isdrab, Morning Breath/Doug Cunningham, Scott Campbell, Lucien Shapiro, Barron Storey, Sam Kieth, Lee Ballard, Ian Ameling, John Watkiss, and Rogelio Martinez.

Lee Ballard, Untitled, 2012. Oil on Board.

Rick Berry, FM Signal, 2012. Oil on Prepared Cotton Board.

Rick Berry No Metal Men, 2011. Oil on Prepared Cotton Board.

Robert Bowen, N.I.M.H. 2012. Acrylic on Panel.

Scott Campbell, Dinosaur Park, 2012. Watercolor on Paper.

Brad Isdrab, Gynoid, 2012. Mixed Media.

Rogelio Martinez, Untitled, 2012. Charcoal, Graphite & Gouache on Paper.

Morning Breath, Upside Down, 2010. Mixed Media.

Kiyoshi Nakazawa, Huntsman, 2012. Ink, Glitter, Blood, Paper & Envirotex on Panel.

Lucien Shapiro, Ritual Mask, 2012. Mixed Media. 

Barron Storey, KW Series: Masks of the Thing That Teaches Art, 2009. Mixed Media on Paper & Canvas.

John Watkiss, Atrocity Divine, 2004. Acrylic on Canvas.

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