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Interview with Qurious Cat Entertainment

30 Mar

 

My interview with Qurious Cat Entertainment at our Fall/Winter 2012 Collection Presentation “The Executioner.”

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Come to the Masquerade Macabre Oct. 29th

18 Oct

Looking for something to do Halloween Weekend? Look no further!

A marvellous and mysterious event…a Halloween celebration of the extravagant and the grotesque…an all-night spectacle of atmosphere, costumery and diverse entertainments…an explosion of live music, dancing, dark arts, fire and late-night revelry, snake-charmed into an absinthe-fueled early-morning speakeasy.”

Gilding Primal Instinct will be putting up an arrangement of frightening finery in their Cabinet of Curiosities. Be sure not to miss it along with some other great artists and performances!

Halloween Saturday, Oct 29, 21+
8-9:30pm VIP tea salon, $30-50; 9:30pm-5am party, $20; after 2am, $10
Irondale Center, 85 S Oxford, Fort Greene, BK

Sasha Performs wearing Gilding Primal Instinct!

16 Jul

Earlier this year I had the pleasure of making a custom headpiece for Sasha, a Russian pop singer who has taken her career international.  She’s recently been performing at events all over NYC, including the official after party to New York’s gay pride parade. Take a look at her singing and dancing in my metal!

For more information about Sasha take a look at http://SashaNow.com

RAW Artists Showcase “Unearthed”

12 May

About two weeks ago I showed my work in a live model installation at the RAW Artists Showcase “Unearthed” at Soiree Lounge in the Lower East Side. It was a fun night filled with art and entertainment of all kinds.

Take a Look:

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Also be sure to take a look at the videos and interviews taken throughout the event.

My interview can be found here: Gilding Primal Instinct Interview

And the event recap can be found here: RAW New York City “Unearthed”

I had the pleasure of working with a really great group of people, so take a look at them, too!

Photography: Randyll Wendl
Model (Hunter1): Kat J Adams
Model (Hunter2): Paige Morgan
Model (Surgeon): Reagan Porter
Model (Executioner): Valerie Flynn
Model (Guardian): Elizabeth Mormile
Video: Lisa Stanley
Organization: RAW Artists

Upcoming Events: Unearthed

14 Apr

Exciting news! I’ve been invited to showcase the Gilding Primal Instinct collection at the RAW Artists Showcase “Unearthed”.

Here’s the flyer for event details:

For More Details and to Buy Tickets go to:  http://www.rawartists.org/newyork/unearthed

**Remember to purchase tickets under “Gilding Primal Instinct” in the drop down menu.  The last two RAW New York showcases sold out, so make sure to buy tickets in advance!

Doors open at 8:00pm on April 27th. There will be a gallery hour from 8:00pm-9:00pm where I’ll be showing my work on live models and selling items from my ready to wear collection.

Upcoming Events: QAS

21 Mar

Hi All!

Time for another update!

Webster Hall is putting on another Quarterly Art Soireé this Sunday, March 27th, from 12pm-2am.  There will be great art and entertainment all day long! I’ll be there with some old favorites as well as a selection of items to preview my new ready-to-wear collection being released April 4th.  I’ll be accepting pre-orders and there just might be a special giveaway… Check back later in the week for more details!

Great Day at the Quarterly Art Soirée!

13 Jul

Yesterday I spent all day and most of the night showing my work at the Webster Hall Quarterly Art Soirée showing my lovely ladies; The Hunter, The Surgeon, and the Executioner.  It was a day filled with exciting performances, great music, and lots of Amazing art.  All in all, a great way to spend my Sunday!

The Quarterly Art Soirée (The QAS) was founded to exhibit, expose, and promote the best talent in painting, music, film, fashion, theater, graphic design, performance, installation and video art while celebrating the rich cultural history of the Webster Hall venue.  The QAS seeks to showcase art in a vibrant and unassuming manner so that the form is not held to the traditional pedestals of the “white-cube” gallery, sleek runway, or classic stage.  Rather, the prospective spectator may witness the creations as an organic part of a communal environment – where not one thing is set apart from another – and where art may fuse with everyday life.

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