Cranky Yellow presents a collection of work by print-maker and montage-ist, Jason Potter. The exhibit will open on Friday March 4th 2011 from 7pm to 12am at The Cranky Yellow (2847 Cherokee Street).
Jason’s printed silkscreen punk & pop & rock posters are a perfect combo to his recent fine-art collage(s). The strikingly different work presents well together with a mixed bright /strike/ subdued palette. The selected cropped photography and pop culture imagery are thoughtful and surprising; tasteful grudge that is both smart and visually approachable.
No One Goes Hungry: Paintings and Prints – the artwork of Jason Potter.
Art! Booze! Food! Rock n Roll Good Times with DJ Ryan Snowden!
LET IT BURN! (The show poster as it is prepared by Potter)
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Can’t wait! People keep taking the promo cards at the front desk! Yippie!
Just a note, The Ex-Bombers (members of Pat Boone’s Farm) will be playing that night as well. The Ex-Bombers are from Columbia, MO are spy jazz and sound like what would be playing at a Black Sabbath 3 a.m. after party. The duo (8-string bass and male vocals/drum kit and female vocals) are avant with deep grooves like one of Warhol’s favorite wrinkles. They will play at 10.