3rd Annual Tiny Group Show
We are so very excited to present to you our 3rd annual Tiny Trifecta show!!
Featuring THREE tiny pieces of $100 art from each artist!
Kid Acne, Aiko, Andrew Bell, Heather Benjamin, Florence Blanchard, Robert Bowen, Jon Burgerman, Zoe Byland, Youjung Byun, Joe Capobianco, Victor Castillo, Luke Chueh, Ciou, Troy Coulterman, Molly Crabapple, Lana Crooks, Camilla d'Errico, Dilek, Ron English, Natalia Fabia, P-Jay Fidler, AJ Fosik, Lola Gil, Jason Holley, Jim Houser, Seldon Hunt, Jeremy Hush, Charlie Immer, Jordin Isip, Jeremyville, Aya Kakeda, Audrey Kawasaki, Farron Kerzner, Kozyndan, Henry Lewis, Travis Louie, David Mack, Steve Manale, Malojo, Sara Antoinette Martin, Tara McPherson, Brandi Milne, Junko Mizuno, Moki, Michael Motorcycle, Lori Nelson, Saelee Oh, Kathie Olivas, Alex Pardee, Brandt Peters, Shaunna Peterson, Joshua Petker, Anthony Pontius, Martha Rich, Arik Roper, Paul Romano, Frank Russo, Martina Russo, Souther Salazar, Isabel Samaras, Scarecrowoven, Jon Schnepp, Shawnimals, Greg “Craola” Simkins, Amy Sol, Diana Sudyka, Jill Thompson, Yosuke Ueno, Adam Wallacavage, Jonathan Wayshack. Curated by Tara McPherson
All artwork will be sold in person on a first come first serve basis. In an effort to create a smoother and more efficient experience for everyone this year, pre-registration to purchase the art will begin at 4pm the day of the opening at Cotton Candy Machine. We will be proceeding in order of those waiting. Limit of 2 pieces of art per person. Remaining unsold pieces will go online the following week. Thank you!
Image above by Moki
Images below by Diana Sudyka
Opening Event Saturday June 15th
7 to 11pm
Pre Registration begins at 4pm
David M. Cook is the architect of a mischievous microcosm. Amicable and unassuming, he hardly seems the “type” to consistently and skillfully crank out such a lewd labyrinth of work, but the cheeky hedonism comes all too naturally. Based in Brooklyn but originally from Louisville, Kentucky, David (who also answers to Bonethrower) uses no shortage of fine lines to design a world that is equal parts modern mysticism and memento mori—at the end of the day, it all sinks in like a psychotropic drug.
We welcome back David for his second solo event at Cotton Candy Machine.
Opening Event Friday July 12th
7 to 11pm
In his heart, Michael Motorcycle is an artist who is compelled to tell a story. The storyline will often become apparent only once he has begun developing an image. But there are common themes throughout the images. These themes include the use or misuse of power, the human environment, and love. The theme of love and romance is a common subject in his art. As long as he can remember, he has wanted to live with someone whose heart compliments his passion for romance. He finds it wonderful that his partner feels this way too.
Dilek Baykara is an illustrator who was born and raised in the woods of northern New Jersey but is currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York. She attended School of Visual Arts for Illustration. She creates haunting images adorned with luxurious lines of ink.
Please join us for an event filled with original paintings, inkings, poster art, and beautiful merch.
Opening Event Friday September 13th
7 to 11pm
Please join us for an awesome show with Alex Pardee and Zerofriends, featuring loads of amazing original art, prints, apparel and more!
Alex Pardee’s unique style is one conceived through watching years of horror movies, writing graffiti, and listening to gangster rap. His work best represents that of a vibrant undead circus sideshow. Final pieces are often brought to life by translating random shapes and colors into signs of torment and absurdity. By juxtaposing these two conflicting moods, Alex makes his works more personal to his viewers, forcing them to project their own feelings and emotions onto each character in his twisted universe.
Opening Event Friday October 11th
7 to 11pm
Jay Ryan learned about screenprinting from Steve Walters at Screwball Press in late 1995, where they worked together until 1999, at which point Jay started The Bird Machine print shop in the basement of his apartment building. Jay's initial clients were his friends' bands, his own band, and the clubs where they played. By stumbling into the right place at the right time, he fell in with a new movement of screenprinted poster makers across the country and around the world.
Diana Sudyka (pronounced: soo-dee-kah, and it's Polish in case you were wondering) is an illustrator, and printmaker from Chicago, IL who creates work for book and album covers, screenprinted gigposters, and original watercolors. Diana's images draw inspiration from the natural elements on Earth while imbuing the animals with a supernaural spirit.
Please join us for an event filled with original watercolor paintings, inkings, poster art, and beautiful merch.
Opening Event Friday November 8th
7 to 11pm