This show is dedicated to the theme of Sesame Street and all proceeds benefit Sesame Street’s charity group, City of Hope.
The Public Opening will be Saturday from 6pm – 11pm. and the Gallery will be open all day on Sunday from 11am to 8pm. Please remember this is just a 3 day show.
This is the piece Amanda Lynn donated, which is titled, ‘A lil birdy told Me’, it is 11″x17″ painted with acrylics on wood and collaged papers.
Presented by The Seventh Letter & Neff Headwear
Benefiting City of Hope’s Department of Pediatrics
Show runs Saturday April 28 at 6pm-11pm & Sunday April 29 at 11am-9pm
441 North Fairfax Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Aaron De La Cruz, Amanda Lynn, Anthony Lister, Askew, Augustine Kofie, Axis, Carlos Donjuan, Dabs & Myla, Dame, Danny D, Eric Dressen, Evol, Franco Vescovi, George Thompson, Haeler, Honkey Kong, Jaime Oliver, Jasper Wong, Jeff McMillan, Joe King, Kelsey Brookes, Leo Eguiarte, Les Schettkoe, Madsteez, Manny Sayes, Mambo, Mark Dean Veca, Matt Nichols, Mr. Cartoon, Munk One, Nate Van Dyke, Norm, OG Abel, Patrick Martinez, Persue, Pose, Push, Revok, Rime aka Jersey Joe, Samuel Rodriguez, Sage Vaughn, Sever, Slick, Stash, Steel, Todd Bratrud, Trevelen, Victor Reyes…
Welcome to the Few And Far project blog!
This was our 1st F&F wall, with many more to come! Here are a few progress photos from Oakland.
Day1: Some of us turn up at the wall. (Above) Reds, Mags and Meme laughed at how difficult the (construction grade) steel scaffolding looked, scattered on the sidewalk. Meme rented the scaffold, not knowing how heavy duty it really was. Posts, long screws, supports, heavy duty poles of all different sizes, and no instructions… what a mess!
Myla and her million dollar schemes, super fresh!
With a little help, we got the scaffolding up, and Mags went straight to painting with her game face on.
Acet putting up the sketch
Photos courtesy of Toofly, Mags, Carlos Aguilar, Jersey Joe, and Flickr.
We were honored to gather and showcase such amazing, talented ladies from all over the nation, in Oakland on June 4th. Girls came from as far as Miami, New York, New Jersey, California, and Seattle, flying or driving for several hours , eager to connect and collaborate with each other. Even in the rain, there was no stopping these ladies!
With everyones spectacular participation, we decided this will definitely be the first of many “Few and Far” events, so stay tuned! Special Thanks to everyone who made this successful event happen.