If your Halloween night consists of walking Sponge Bob Square Pants and Hanna Montana up and down the block so that your rug rats can consume more confections and take another step towards childhood obesity, well then the name Killer Art might not ring a bell. However, if your All Hallows Eve involves Sponge Bob No Pants and a Miley Cyrus lap dance, then you may have seen Jason LaJudice strutting by in full regalia.
Press Release Excerpt: The works of these emerging artists focus on the subjects of social issues, political satire, commercial parody, and fantasy. Jon Walz paints on raw, unstretched canvas. In this premier exhibition of his works, he unabashedly exposes his naked emotions and passion for living in the moment. Jason LaJudice sculptural collection represents ten years of work. Each of these sculptures is created only one year at a time. This exhibition is the premier showing of this collection in its entirety. Some of these mixed media sculptures can also be worn as a mask. Jonathan Stewart’s three-dimensional prints are food for thought by the vehicle of social, political and commercial parody. The ploy of a child’s toy chides adults to wake-up about their environment, personal responsibility, and social values.
June 19 – July 24, 2010
Saturday, June 19