Kenny Scharf’s compelling portrait of The Jetson’s maid, Rosie the Robot, is part of the group show, Appropriate Disruption, on exhibit through December 20th, 2014 at the Jacob Lewis Gallery, Located at 521 West 26th Street, 4th Floor, in the Chelsea Gallery District.
The idea of “repurposing” — taking something old and giving it a new life — is an exciting concept that creates a world of possibilities. Sacred Gallery explores those possibilities (with an inclination towards the darker side of imagination and reality) with a highly amusing new group exhibit entitled Re-Thrifted. To create Re-Thrifted more than two dozen artists started with Thrift Store art finds and recreated the original piece as a new work of art. There are both paintings and sculptures in the exhibit and it was so much fun to view the show and compare the new artworks to their more humble beginnings, as many of the pieces are hung alongside tiny prints showing the pieces that inspired their genesis. Continue reading Sacred Gallery Presents Re-Thrifted