Garage Works released a limited edition Gold Grin, you can pick one up for $98.
Ron English has this great tea cup set available for an affordable 39 Euro. These are limited to only 250 pieces and include a mini art print signed by Ron. Follow the link for more details and ordering.
Ron English is hosting a Comic Con after party Saturday October 9th at 382 West Broadway between Spring & Broome. Open Bar from 8 to 11 pm. If you haven’t seen this show be sure to stop by to experience what could be the most impressive show to date by this iconic street artist Ron English.
Ron English has put together what could be one of the most impressive art shows to date. The magnitude of this show is off the cuff, with installations, sculptures, paintings and visual media. Be sure to stop by 382 West Broadway in Manhattan to see what could be labeled one of the best shows ever. Open daily from 11:00 to 7:00,
Ron English will be displaying over 100 works at 382 West Broadway September 12th at 3:00 P.M. With street art, sculpture, installation and modern masterpieces Ron English will grace the walls to show some of his most lavish works. There will many never seen before toys created in association with Garageworks Industries. The first 100 people will receive a free print.
Ron English just finished up Electric Windows in Beacon this past weekend, check out a few images from the show.
Ron English will be at the Kid Robot Booth at SDCC on Thursday July 22nd from 11am-12pm to sign his new release “Figment Bust”. 20 pieces will be available, $200
Saturday July 31st a group of artists will head to Beacon to install there work on the exterior of a 19th century building.Electric Windows draws its name from the former electric blanket factory at the foot of Mount Beacon that will act as the backdrop for the event. In addition to the live art and installation this year’s event includes 2 aditional Installation sites, 9 live music acts, food Vendors, dancing by M*POWER ELITE TEAM, and live screen printing by Buxtonia. This is an event not to be missed!
Sat June 26th – Sun Aug 15th Grand Central Arts Center revitalizes the hit exhibition “100 Artists See Satan”, survey of contemporary artists and their interpretation of the supreme demon. Such greats as Ron English, Gary Baseman, Camille Rose Garcia, Chris Mars, Eric White and many others will on display.All proceeds will benefit future GCAC programs and exhibitions. An exclusive live preview will be held Saturday, June 26 from 6-7pm with the public reception scheduled from 7-10pm. On July 3 from 7-10pm GCAC will host the opening reception to coincide with Downtown Santa Ana’s First Saturday Arts Walk. The exhibition will remain on view through August 15, 2010.