deasy/penner Hosts Silver Lake Art Auction Party

Thursday October 19th 2017 6-9pm

2395 Glendale Blvd Ste C, Los Angeles, CA 90039

As a member of the Silver Lake neighborhood, deasy/penner recognizes the importance of supporting our local schools. In an effort to show our support, we would like to invite you to join us for a special night with art, food, drinks and community at our Silver Lake office.

We will be auctioning off custom pieces by local LA artists, with all proceeds going to Silver Lake area schools. Parents, please feel free to invite family and friends as we work together to make our schools even better.

RSVP to rsvp@deasypenner.com

Featured Art & Artists

Cache   @cachicken   cachickenart.com

“Cache is a Los Angeles based graffiti artist from Guatemala City, Guatemala. His murals have been popping up wall by wall for over a decade. He is most known for his vibrant chubby chickens, which have become icons in the Los Angeles cityscape. His career has been influenced by such writers as Carlos Castañeda, who describes humans as being “trapped in human chicken coops”. Cache’s works range from simple, whimsical designs, to collaborative murals and community-oriented pieces.”

AiseBorn   @aiseborn   aiseborn.com

“AISEBORN [“Ace-born”] developed as illustrator, graffiti writer, and fine painter in Los Angeles. His work defies physical boundaries, illuminating the essence of One. Known for his murals, which often include aerosol portraits, adorned with his classic one brush stroke techniques, he creates geometric illusions that propagate at rhythms intrinsic to nature. Captivating enough to stand alone, his circular framework, replicates the ingenuity of world symbols such as the Adinkranhene, Mandala, Flower-of-Life, Dream Catcher, etc. His work has been featured at the El Segundo Museum of Art with the Ghetty Museum in 2014, the A+D Architecture and Design Museum in 2016, and the California African American Museum in 2016.”

Jennifer Korsen   @humansmakeart   humansmakeart.com

“Jennifer Korsen is an LA based artist that works with many mediums. Her mixed media pieces, murals, and street installations can be seen regularly around Los Angeles in galleries, pop up shows, and public spaces. Korsen’s recent work is centered around the heart in several different environments and interpretations. Her studio work, murals, and street installations have become a staple in Los Angeles and have been featured in Movies, TV shows, and local and international print publications and art books. Past Clients and features include, Red Bull, Whole Foods, Etsy, Toms, Perrier, UC Riverside, and The City of Los Angeles.”

Adrian Ulloa   @sart95   Artwithsart.bigcartel.com

Artwithsart@gmail.com

(323) 392-3210

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Fishe   @fishe.one   fishe1.com

“FISHE is a Los Angeles based artist drawing influence from graffiti, collage, abstract expressionism, Chicano art, and sacred geometry. He fuses these stylistic movements creating a visual language all his own. Beginning his art career in the mid 1990’s painting graffiti on the streets of LA, and as an early member of the highly influential LA graffiti crews LTS & KOG, his strong presence on the streets earned him a reputation as one of LA’s graffiti elite. With graffiti as the mode of engagement, he has painted public surfaces in virtually every big city in the US, as well as throughout Europe and the Americas. FISHE has also recently become better known for painting large-scale murals in New Orleans, Detroit, Oakland, and Miami as a participant in the traveling art exhibition SURVIVE.”

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