Saturday, March 28, 2009

Mini Munny Mobile Decorating Party - Sunday April 19



Who: YOU!
What: Mini Munny Mobile Painting Party
Where: RIVET, 1200 N. High St. Columbus, OH 43201
When: Sunday, April 19th from 12-5pm
Why: Because it is fun and FREE!

Come hang out at Rivet with other toy collectors and artists and make your own custom toy with the free Mini Munny Mobile from Kid Robot.

If you have any paint brushes or paints you like to use, feel free to bring them along with you. Music, drinks, and snacks provided by Rivet.

How: Please RSVP by phone, 614-294-TOYS, to reserve a spot. There will be two sessions, 12:30-2:30 and 3:00-5:00.

Thanks
Laura

Friday, March 27, 2009

Rivet presents the Art of Annie Owens and Laurie Lipton



Rivet presents the art of Annie Owens and Laurie Lipton
April 4th through April 29th
An Opening Reception will be hosted on Saturday, April 4th from 7-10pm.
Complimentary beverages provided by Magic Hat Brewing Co. and Bodega. Rad Dog will be set up outside of Rivet offering their delectable eats.
For additional information about the exhibit, please contact Laura, laura@rivetgallery.com

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Reduction Sale-March 28 & 29





REDUCTION-Short North Retail Warehouse Sale
March 28 & 29
12-6pm
1195 N. High St. (please note the address listed on flier image is not correct)
RETAILERS:
Rowe
Collier West
What the Rock?!
Sole Classics
Paradise Garage
G & Co
Rivet
Substance
Jinny
OTHER PARTICIPATING RETAILERS:
Embassy
JackThreads.Com
Homage
Food & Beverages
Rad Dog
Kick Start
Live Tattoo Exhibition
Sovereign Collective


Rivet will have a table set up full of bind box, art prints, vinyl toys, DIY toys, plush, and misfit toys. Hope to see some of you stop by!
Thanks
Laura














Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Rivet presents Luke Feldman and Shannon Bonatakis




RIVET is pleased to announce its upcoming two-artist exhibition, Luke Feldman & Shannon Bonatakis. The exhibition will open March 7th, featuring work from both artists, and be on view in RIVET from March 7, 2009 through March 31, 2009. An Opening Reception for the exhibition will be hosted Saturday, March 7th, 2009, 7-10pm. Shannon Bonatakis will be attending the reception.
Included are short artist biographies introducing each of the participating artists (please do not consider them complete):

Luke Feldman, the creator of SKAFFS, is an Australian artist based in the USA, that creates for a multitude of platforms. Inspired by childhood experiences and a vivid imagination, his illustrations and animations are distinctive with defined lines, elaborate detail, and intensely vibrant colours. SKAFFS is a collection of work made up of art, animation, games, giant vinyl adhesives, skatedecks and collector toys. Luke's most recent achievement is the release of his limited edition book through San Francisco-based publishers, Immedium. Desktop Magazine describe Chaff n' Skaffs: Mai and the lost Moskivvy as "the perfect conduit for Feldman's imagination combining his waif-like lasses and charming characters with the beautiful, yet unpredictable realm that is the unique Australian environment."
Luke's vast technical experience and skills developed working in numerous mediums. While the scope of his work is extensive, it is bound together through his unique and dynamic style; a style that has led to a number of awards, exhibitions and collaborations with high profile artists including Theodore Geisel and Maurice Sendak and companies such as Disney, Coca-Cola, Facebook.
"Luke Feldman's artwork blends the classic stylings of 1950s Disney with a modern design sensibility to create something both cutting edge and timeless." Andrew Farago, Manager & curator, San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum Gallery.

Shannon Bonatakis engages her viewers using highly stylized and emotionally charged portraiture. Inspired by human experiences both personal and interpersonal, she lovingly interprets these universal emotions through her subjects. Often autobiographical in some capacity, her paintings give us a candid window into the deep dark caverns of the artist's psyche. These narratives are often left open to interpretation, but emanate a deep personal significance to the creator which is not always clear, but always compelling.
Thanks
Laura