Kaleidoscopic Event in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Great time painting live at Kaleidoscopic event last night!

Finishing off the summer with We Are Raw Process LLC and Something Different at Kaleidoscopic, an art event held at Lot 45 in Bushwick, Brooklyn, last night.  It was full of live painting, graffiti, djs, beer tasting, and performance.  I had the pleasure of partaking in some solo live painting along with fellow artists I was fortunate enough to meet last night. Some snapshots below!

  Kaleidoscopic-Event

Sarah Veloso, Artist, Kaleidoscopic 2014

 

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Opening Night at Space Womb Gallery

Opening Night at Space Womb Gallery

I made some new friends and reconnected with old ones at my art opening Thursday night.  Thanks to everyone who came out and as always, I appreciate the continued support!  The show will be up for the entire month of August.

Space Womb Gallery Opening

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Introducing “Trip”- Newest Piece

This painting was influenced by “trip hop” music which is a blend of hip-hop, R&B and acid jazz.  

Introducing “Trip”- Newest Piece

This painting was influenced by “trip hop” music which is a blend of hip-hop, R&B and acid jazz.  

Warp Show at 2A, New York

I had a great time the other night with We Are Raw Process at 2A Bar in NYC.  Not only were two of my paintings on display but I was also apart of the solo live painting along with two other artists.  As a plus, there was a live DJ and a live cabaret performance.  Here are some snapshots below.

WarpShow2014

WarpShow2-2014

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Some Updates for 2014

 So, new year, new things happening…  I’m a little late on the new year talk but I’m happy to say that I have been busy since the start of this year, working on preparing for more shows/work and developing additional outlets for my artwork.  I have a few…

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New Addition- “Delight”View Post

New Addition- “Delight”

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