Preview for Parallel Projections by Alec Huxley from Luna Rienne Gallery on Vimeo. Thanks to Martha Traer and Luna Rienne Gallery for the studio visit during final prep for “Parallel Projections” – here’s the preview video Martha made from that visit March 25 – April 24 Luna Rienne Gallery 3318 22nd Street San Francisco, CA … Read More
After some requests for new merch I’ve decided to fire up the Society6 account that’s laid dormant for years. Traditional prints of my work will still only be available here or through select vendors but now you can get a range of products in my Society6 shop from the traditional cell phone and laptop cases … Read More
Big thanks to Inter Sekt for the March spotlight in their Rogue Gallery. Writing about one’s own work is gross, I always appreciate reading interpretations from an insightful writer! Stoked to be part of The New World Creative! Check it out here.
Continuing the theme from the end of last year, just trying to stay above it all…
Some special items have been added to the shop – wooden print boxes. There are five available in various sizes. Each one is black-stained wood, mounted with a different print, varnished and lined with velvet inside. Right now they’re one-of-a-kind but I’m open to producing more depending on demand. Get them here.
It’s finally ready, something that’s been simmering for a few years. From Darkness: The Space Helmet Paintings 2010-2015 is a compilation of over 40 works that make up the meat of this series beginning with strictly black and white with just the male and female characters, then the addition of color and animals. It feels … Read More
Stoked to get my hands on the latest issue of RadarStation Magazine with cover art by yours truly plus an 11 page spread and interview inside. It looks amazing! Available online and at select locations in Washington state including the RadarStation Gallery in Wenatchee.
This is printed on 350 g/m² 13″ x 19″ Canon Museum Etching Fine Art Paper using as s a limited edition of twenty-five. Each print is signed and numbered and includes a certificate of authenticity. It’s also hand embellished with silver paint on the crescent moon and signature like the original painting. Retail price is … Read More
As October begins and Halloween approaches, thoughts turn to everything dark and creepy. I always forget about this painting from 2011 that was to start a series of interiors based on famous locales from horror films. This is the entryway from the main house in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Unfortunately this was the only one … Read More
Along with streamlining this website I’m feeling a necessary consolidation of my artistic practice. How can I shift my process to produce a result that has a more focused purpose? Something beyond following this crazy narrative, leaving behind a trail of odd sized canvases soaked with effort and wonder. To have self contained objects of … Read More