Save the date of October 22nd. The GhettoGloss Gallery is going to have a Danger Dog Howl-o-Ween exhibition (through October 29th). It should be a lot of fun. The Gallery has recently moved from Silverlake to 6109 Melrose (between Seward and June Streets). GhettoGloss.com
Last Monday, they had a closing reception for the always fabulous Allee Willis and her Museum of Kitsch. She invited her old friends from Earth Wind & Fire, who graciously played 3 or 4 of their greatest hits! Free, in a parking lot behind the gallery! Allee wrote some of those greatest hits and we benefited from their collaboration once more.
This scary little Lhasa Apso is from a photo I took at Bergamot Station. Unfortunately for me, he is sold!
I guess I am a little influenced by October already. Some people celebrate Christmas early, I like Halloween!
This guy is certainly frightening.
I love Nepal and can't wait to get back!
I'm off to New York City and then to Woodstock for the 10th Annual Woodstock Film Festival. Wish me luck in finding some retail outlets for the Danger Dogs while there.
Any ideas appreciated. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep those comments coming!
Please mail in your photo of your pet and let me know what you'd like it to say, and you can have your very own personal Danger ???, or Enlightened ??? Each commission receives 3 different portraits of their pet by 3 different Nepali artists. I'll be back the first week in December, so there is plenty of time for gift-giving. These are the perfect gift for those pet-lovers who collect art and also like to help micro-finance struggling signboard artists in Nepal.
No risk to you. I do not accept money up front. Who else gives you that guarantee?