“Halloween Tyme II”, his second annual Halloween art exhibit at Neptoon Records (3561 Main Street), will be on display from October 19 – 31, 2012, opening reception is October 19th at 7pm.
Taking inspiration from folklore and vintage Halloween imagery, “Halloween Tyme II” will feature cork carvings in his vibrant and distinctive Folk Art style, including over a dozen Halloween bats and one life-size 7’ tall Witch Cork Carving; three framed, large-scale ink drawings, “Red Mass Reaper”, “White-Faced Owl”, and “Flying Witch”; refurbished vintage noisemakers handpainted with his original Halloween designs; and Halloween decorations, T-shirts, and canvas Trick Or Treat record bags screenprinted with hand-drawn graphics. Also: treats and old haunted house LPs on the record player!
Plan to drop by Bohemia Gallery (3243 Main St.) tomorrow, Friday October 19, 2012, to come help them celebrate their 10 year anniversary. There will be events going on all day until 9pm including tarot card reading and great deals. Don’t forget to also check out the diverse and fun selection of Halloween costumes and accessories. They have consignors bringing in an extra selection of some of their finest and most unique costumes to sell.
For more information: www.bohemiagallery.ca
They are rocking their way across Canada on tour with Big Sugar and are making a stop in Vancouver! With back to back shows (Oct. 19th/20th) at the Commodore Ballroom,
they couldn’t help but stop at out favourite record shop…It’s completely FREE!
For more information: www.neptoon.com
Attention all Vancouver Steampunk crafters & makers, come join us at our next free steampunk craft drop-in Saturday October 20th noon to 4:30, hosted by Vancouverites for Steampunk and Tracey Ernst of The Steamwench’s Salon at Plush on Main (4296 Main St.)
This is a very informal event, on a drop-in basis. If you have a project you’d like to work on, want to tinker on something new, or just want to come and see what other people are working on, come join us! You will have access to Plush’s studio and large worktables, a domestic sewing machine (please note that Plush’s industrial machines are not available for use) and a collection of tools supplied by members of Vancouverites for Steampunk, including a various glues, pliers and snips, scissors, sewing shears, measuring tapes and other handy little things. A random collection of donated scrap metal bits, clock parts, leather and fabric scraps, and other found bits will also be a
For more info: www.plushonmain.com