and they will come
The BaconBoys have some new work Installed
We would have an Opening/Party for this, but I ,and most of the crew will be getting ready for Art All Night An amazing celebration of Art and Art related activities.
I highly suggest that You make it to Trenton to check it out
As an artist who has referred to himself as a “reverse engineer,” capable — for example — of turning old wooden pallets into low-cost shelters, Pete Abrams immediate saw an opportunity to turn the former yoga studio at 43 North Tulane Street, behind Judy King Interiors, into a pop-up art gallery.
Known to many in the region for his design work that uses metal cables to create fire pits and furniture — exhibited at the Trenton City Museum — and for establishing the influential Trenton Atelier, Abrams was raised in Manhattan, studied design and art history at Cornell, Evergreen State in Washington, and the University of Wisconsin, and came to central New Jersey to work at the Seward Johnson Atelier in the fabrication department, making other artists’ work.
He then moved from Trenton to Princeton, where his wife’s family was located.
On display is artwork by Chris Harford (also leader of a successful rock band), Tom Sheeran, Will “Kasso” Condry, Leon Rainbow, and Katelyn Liepin, among others.
Abrams also has on display a scale model of the forthcoming “Tilt Alley,” a design for a temporary outdoor gathering place — an “intellectual arrest stop” — in the 10-by-80-foot unused space off Nassau Street between Landau’s store and Starbucks Coffee. Abrams is working with Peter Soderman, Kevin Wilkes, and Richard Chenoweth on that project (www.tiltalley.org).
When the space on North Tulane is taken over by a paying tenant, Abrams will disappear. But — not to worry — he will pop up soon somewhere else, and in a most creative way.
For more information: www.princetonartattack.com.
Art and music rocking the heart of Princeton.
Check this out we got some press – Thanks Krystal!
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Tom Sheeran , Painter at Large