For those who missed the Joe Sorren (featured) exhibition which just closed at AFA in New York, here are some photos you can peruse from when we stopped by last month. Returning to the gallery that showed him in NYC a year ago (covered), the gifted painter presented twelve new oil paintings collectively entitled Knock Three Times. Seeing Sorren’s expressive paintings in person certainly reminds one of how emotive the gestures of his characters are and how his delicate brushstrokes can create such fantastic dream-like imagery. Discuss Joe Sorren here.
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Roq La Rue changed it up for this month’s opening. The works on display are from the personal collection of the Baxter family, who are selling some of their collection to move overseas. The pieces in question were collected over the past decade and represent a who’s who of the pop surrealism scene including Mark Ryden, Marion Peck, Audrey Kawasaki, Camile Rose Garcia, Lori Earley, Nicoletta Ceccoli, Liz McGrath, Glenn Barr, Donald Roller Wilson, Kukula, Ana Bagayan, Fuco Ueda, Joe Sorren, Brian Despain, and Femke Hiemstra. […]
For those who missed the Joe Sorren (featured) exhibition which just closed at AFA in New York, AM has you covered with some opening photos. The Great Cantaloupe Day featured a couple new paintings from the respected painter (now based in NYC) as well as a vast selection of archived limited edition offerings and sculptural works. Take a look at our photo set below for a closer look… Discuss this show here. Discuss Joe Sorren here.
The rumors are true… Saturday, Joe Sorren (featured) will release his latest project – art trading cards. This inaugural series (first of three) will contain 50 cards based on the great artwork he has produced during his storied career. Each pack will contain 12 cards: 9 standard, 1 sticker, 1 foil & 1 catalog. The rare chase cards are from a sub-edition of 6 stickers & 5 foils that have been created for series A. As an added bonus for those that support early online, Joe will […]
Right on the heels of his showing (covered) at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery, comes another show in his adopted city from gifted painter Joe Sorren (featured). The Great Cantaloupe Day, set to open on February 24th at AFA in New York City, will feature a collection of new paintings and sculpture as well as some new limited edition offerings. Fans in NY of Sorren’s evocative work and deft touch with lighting will be happy with this double dose of art, but for those not in town, we’ll be bringing […]
Joe Sorren (featured) recently opened a great show at New York’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Entitled Everything’s Alright Sweetie, Please Get Some Sleep, this exhibition delivered what we come to expect from the artist. From his thoughtful impressionist inspired brushstrokes to dreamy soft textures & lighting, Joe touches the viewers in a way few artists we’ve seen could. The themes this series harnesses are the fear and concerns of vulnerability, but also the contrasting strength that comes with courage. This wonderful show is up until December 29th, […]
For nearly two decades, the name Joe Sorren has been synonymous with an ability to create a story of endless interpretation within his works. If you have been following the surrealism painters of the modern age, then you certainly know the name and the work. But who is Joe Sorren? The man behind the art has remained somewhat of an enigma. He is seclusive perhaps borderline reclusive, especially in regards to his sanctuary of creation. Sorren firmly believes his art should speak without having to speak […]
It’s been over half a year (La Luz de Jesus) since we saw a solo show from gifted painter Joe Sorren (featured). Come the first of December, Sorren will be opening a show in his newly adopted home city of New York at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Everything’s Alright Sweetie, Please Get Some Sleep will feature the ethereal paintings of one of the singular talents in the movement so please make it out for the opening if you are in the area – you won’t regret it. […]
In preparation for his upcoming show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, artist Joe Sorren (featured) has a fresh print lined up for fans. Entitled My Aim Is True, the Arizona-based artist mentioned that its title is from an Elvis Costello song he was listening to while painting and conveyed the concept of “faith” of which the painting was getting at. The run is 125 and sized at 20″x24″. For those interested, get it here now. Discuss Joe Sorren here.
Over the weekend, the Corey Helford Gallery opened their newest group exhibition Motion: The Art of Movement. Artists invited to participate (Alex Gross , Amy Sol, Anita Kunz, Benjamin Bryce Kelley, Billy Norrby , Chris Pugliese, Cleon Peterson, COOP, Eric Joyner, HUSH , Jeremy Lipking , Joe Sorren , Josh Agle (SHAG), Korin Faught , Marco Mazzoni, Maria Kreyn, Melissa Forman, Paul Frank, Phil Hale, Ray Caesar, Sarah Folkman , Sas Christian, Stella Im Hultberg , Sylvia Ji, Van Arno , and Zeus) submitted works on the theme, many of which added an intriguing […]