None More Black: Friday 10/23, 7-9pm

The show is called “None More Black,” a wicked awesome show in Boston curated by my pal Meighan O’Toole, author of the wicked awesome “My Love for You is a Stampede of Horses” blog! If you are in the ‘hood, check it!


Here is the press info:

4th Wall Project and Meighan L. O’Toole of My Love for You are proud to present:

A group show featuring new work by:

Tony Bevilacqua
Chad Chesko
Bill Dunlap
Elisabeth Timpone

NONE MORE BLACK brings together an eclectic mix of four East coast artists for the first time; Tony Bevilacqua, Chad Chesko, Bill Dunlap and Elisabeth Timpone. Exploring life, death, rebirth and metamorphosis, each artist interprets these subjects in their own unique way, with the use of intense color or completely devoid of it through sculpture, paintings, drawings and on-site murals and installation.

Please join us for the opening reception:
Friday October 23rd 2009 from 7pm – 9pm

@ Fourth Wall Project
132 Brookline Ave.
Boston, Ma 02115

Tony Bevilacqua

Tony Bevilacqua

Tony Bevilacqua graduated from Massachusetts College of Art in 2001 with a BFA in painting. He’s shown in both San Francisco and Boston. Often times Tony believes art can be really fun when it’s not making him feel terrible about himself. He and his fiance own Chroma Lab, a colorful, modern furniture and home accessories company. He lives and works in Boston, MA with his fiance, dog and small, tortie cat herd.

Chad Chesko

Chad Chesko

Chad Chesko is a self taught artist, living in Cambridge, MA. During the day he works as a tattooer.

Bill Dunlap

Bill Dunlap

Bill Dunlap tries to split his time between Western Maryland and New York City. Most of the art-making happens in Maryland. His art has been shown in galleries, museums, and art fairs across North America and Europe. Prints of several of his paintings are in the Library Archives (part of the permanent collection) of the New York Museum of Modern Art. In the Spring of 2006 he was a Fellow and Artist-in-Residence at The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. His work has been featured extensively in art magazines, books, and on many art blogs. He also works as an illustrator, and his images and cartoons have appeared in magazines and newspapers nationwide. He is also a full-time forestry student (but not this semester!).

Elisabeth Timpone

Elisabeth Timpone

Elisabeth Timpone studied communication design at Parsons School of Design in NYC, where she unexpectedly began an extensive endeavor into a world of fine art. Her whimsically obsessive lines, and delicate but ferocious images speak of growth, decay and the interconnectedness of all animals with nature. Since her start, she has shown at galleries in New York, California and Canada. Elisabeth is currently working on a letter pressed children’s book called “Baby Bestiary”.

2 Responses to “None More Black: Friday 10/23, 7-9pm”

  1. 1 Jim Kaufmann October 20, 2009 at 3:59 pm

    that work by Elisabeth Timpone is just terrific. Love those lines, the obsessive drawing, the species mixing–all of it.

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