Posts tagged ‘buying art’

December 17, 2012

“Head Space” Will Be Displayed at Tin Can from 12/11- January

Thank you everyone who came to the opening on 11th. My works will be displayed at the Tin Can till the first week of January. Below are the photos of my works and their prices. (If you are broke, we can talk about the price too 🙂 ) I got lots of compliment for my new short film after the screening. Thank you for encouragement! I will post the short film online very soon too. Trippy Tuesday Freakout Jam was amazing. So was DJ. World Wide Music Released in the Last 5 Years. Lastly, thank you Tin Can, Magic Brotherhood, Danica Molenaar, Jordan Hammond, Glendon Romett and musicians who jammed hard! Jena Bogorad will have her works for February‘s show. Second Tuesday of the month is Tin Can’s Art Opening day. Remember that 🙂


May 6, 2012

Art I sold and bought.

I sold this painting lately.


And I bought this one from my friend Jfre Coad.


We talked about doing collaboration and projects to reflect the community we live in.


To be continued.


March 12, 2012

The Art That I Bought & The Art That I Sold Lately

I bought these 2 paintings by my friend Christian Clemensha for my birthday.


These are the first original art works that I bought. I really like them so I hang them up at the staircase landing where everyone can see them.


And this seahorses drawing of mine was sold at Make Good in South Park, San Diego.


Actually the guy who bought it was my friend from high school back in Japan who was visiting San Diego. He bought this for his mom’s birthday.


Hopefully he won’t say, “She will try to sell you art, so be aware when you hang out with her,” or something like that to my friends from high school 😛  But, thanks anyway Joe 🙂 I hope he and his mom enjoy looking at this drawing.



Before I’ve heard someone say, “San Diego is an armpit where creativity dies.” But it is simply not true because I have so many friends who are making art and music and such. Creativity live where people create right? I don’t have to live in “YAY” area to be an artist. (No offense to SF) Actually I love San Francisco.