a.pommier

a collection of randomness from my sketchbook and other places.
Analog vs. digital

Analog vs. digital

Trying to hide.

Trying to hide.

Chopper Builder Tom Fugle  shot by Scott Pommier for Burn Free 6.

(Source: scottpommier)

New RVCA tee. Getting loose these days. 

New RVCA tee. Getting loose these days. 

gradymitchell:

Had a studio visit with artist Andrew Pommier for Scout, you can read the story here

studio exposed.

June 18 Art Show in Vienna. I’ll be there, so should you.

June 18 Art Show in Vienna. I’ll be there, so should you.

Just had to occupy myself for two solid days. Crushed 400 pages in that time.

Just had to occupy myself for two solid days. Crushed 400 pages in that time.

slow-culture:

A small section of the 150+ works framed into 40 pieces for The Terrible Tusk Show.
Eric McHenry “The Terrible Tusk Show” Opening Reception: June 14, 2014 7-10PM
Slow Culture Gallery  5906 N. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90042

slow-culture:

A small section of the 150+ works framed into 40 pieces for The Terrible Tusk Show.


Eric McHenry “The Terrible Tusk Show”
Opening Reception: June 14, 2014 7-10PM

Slow Culture Gallery
5906 N. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90042

slow-culture:

"The Great Rock" 9 x 12” Ink & Found Paper 2014 by Eric McHenry
Eric McHenry “The Terrible Tusk Show”Opening Reception: June 14, 2014 7-10PMExhibition Dates: June 14 - July 11 2014
Slow Culture Gallery 5906 N. Figueroa St.Los Angeles, CA 90042

slow-culture:

"The Great Rock" 9 x 12” Ink & Found Paper 2014 by Eric McHenry

Eric McHenry “The Terrible Tusk Show”
Opening Reception: June 14, 2014 7-10PM
Exhibition Dates: June 14 - July 11 2014

Slow Culture Gallery 
5906 N. Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90042

The July issue of Juxtapoz will contain a interview of yours truly. Pretty excited for this to come out. Keep your eyes peeled on your local newsstand. Thanks to Mandy-Lyn for the kick ass portrait.

rvca-anp:

RVCA is proud to announce its involvement with the ENERGY THAT IS ALL AROUND Art Show.

This show presents more than 125 works by five artists who launched their careers in San Francisco’s Mission District in the early 1990s. Featured artists include Barry McGee, Ruby Neri, Maragaret Kilgallen, Chris Johanson and Alicia McCarthy.