Join us at our studio on Wednesday, December 17th, 6:00 - 8:30 pm for a holiday party and a special signing of "Edgar Allan Poe Stories and Poems", the recent collection of Poe’s works published by Rockport Books and fully illustrated by David Plunkert!
Listen to Dave’s interview with Aaron Henkin on “The Signal” discussing the book’s release and what it was like to work on the project here.
Grab a copy of the book, enjoy festive food and drinks, and take advantage of our 10% off sale on all art prints and posters. Get your holiday shopping out of the way in good company! You can RSVP on the event page here. We hope to see you there!
The exhibit will be on display until the 14th of December, so if you missed the opening, feel free to stop by the gallery weekdays between 9am and 5pm to browse the work.
Thanks to Harry and everyone who attended for making it such a great night!
Join us for the opening reception Saturday, November 9th from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the Spur Gallery: 3504 Ash Street, Baltimore, MD 21211. You can find out more and RSVP for the opening on our event page here.
We hope to see you there!
The opening of the Print Lives! Poster Sale at the Spur Gallery went great! It's always fun sharing our work with old friends and meeting new patrons. Print Lives! will be on display until August 24th, with a closing event to be announced. Feel free to stop by the Spur Gallery any time Monday through Friday from 9-5 to browse and buy some posters!
Here's one of the many $5 posters that will be for sale at Print Lives! this Thursday at the Spur Gallery. This is Dave's "Picasso", an image originally created for Craig Yoe's Arf Museum and eventually reproduced into an attractive 11" X 16" promotional poster.
Cats and kittens from BARCS were additional guests at the opening and they were definitely charmers!
Thanks to everyone who made it out to the opening, and to all the artists for contributing their excellent work. We had a great time.
Cats & Dogs & Dogs & Cats will be up in the Spur Gallery for one month, until Dec 10, so if you're in Hampden, be sure to stop by and see the show! Art sales for the duration will continue to be split 50/50 between the artist and BARCS.
... side by side, on the table sat. Eugene Field's poem, The Duel, was one of my favorites as a kid (and maybe still is). These are my paintings for Cats & Dogs & Dogs & Cats, opening tonight at the Spur Gallery. See you there!
Here are my pieces for the Cats & Dogs & Dogs & Cats show at Spur. They're cut paper on panel and you can see them tonight at the opening. Hope to see you there!
For more information, visit our gallery site here.
This Friday is the opening of Cats & Dogs & Dogs & Cats, a benefit art show hosted by the Spur Gallery for the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter. Artwork by local Baltimore illustrators and photographers will be for sale and half the proceeds will be donated to BARCS.
Opening reception will be from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the Spur Gallery - 3504 Ash Street, Baltimore, MD 21211. For more information, visit our gallery site here or send us an email. We hope to see you there!
Saturday was the opening for Benjamin Marra's show at the Spur Gallery, Swords Buried Deep. It was excellent to see our walls full of Ben's fantastic work and our gallery full of great people. Issues of Ben's original comic series were for sale at the show and guests even got the chance to flip through his personal sketchbook, which is packed with page after page of stunning pieces.
Swords Buried Deep will run until May 25th. Ben's original pen and ink artwork, prints and comic books are for sale for the duration. Gallery hours are 9am - 5pm Monday through Friday, so if you're in Baltimore, be sure to stop by and check out the show. For more info, including contact and address, gohere.
Thanks to Ben and everyone who came out for the opening! We hope you had as fun a time as we did.
Saturday was the opening night for Before or Since featuring the beautiful work of Melinda Beck & Jordin Isip. By the time the doors opened, our walls were filled with 50+ amazing works of art, all available for sale. It was great seeing so many happy people fill our space. Melinda and Jordan were on hand and answered lots of questions. The show will run until Friday, Dec 16th. Gallery hours are 9:30am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday, so if you weren't able to make it to the opening, be sure to stop by our studio to take a look. You can still snag a show poster online at Spur Stor, or in person. Inquiries about purchasing original art are always welcome. Contact email@example.com for details.
Works by Melinda Beck and Jordin Isip will be up in our SPUR Gallery as part of their joint show "Before or Since", opening on Saturday, November 19th. If you're in Maryland, nearby in DC, or if you'd like to make a trip from farther states, come and see their work from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at 3504 Ash Street, Baltimore MD 21211. If you have any questions regarding the show, please feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org, or, for more details about Melinda & Jordin, visit SPUR's gallery site here.
We hope to see you there!
Thank you everyone! The 100 Heads for Haiti event was a huge success. The gallery doors opened at 6:00 sharp with a line ready and waiting to buy art. Over 100 artists contributed artwork for the cause, and we are closing in fast on our goal of raising $10,000 for Doctors Without Borders. 100 Heads for Haiti continues online for one month.
In previous years, we used the large lobby space of our studio as a gallery to showcase some great illustrators and designers: Hatch Show Print, Charles Burns, Luba Lukova, Paul Sahre and Dan Gregory,Dan Yaccarino, and Steve Brodner to name a few. The gallery shows came to an abrupt halt after the birth of our 2nd and 3rd children. Twins. Dave handled the final gallery opening (Steve Brodner) less than 24 hours after the twins were born (a bit ahead of schedule). We had our hands full, and the gallery shows stopped.
At a recent production meeting Dave brought up an idea he had been kicking around to re-launch the gallery: invite 100 illustrators to donate work, a simple drawing of a head, to help with the recent Haiti disaster. Each head will be sold for $100. Our goal for the event: $10,000 for Doctors Without Borders. A limited edition poster showcasing the entire collection of heads will be available as well.
So for the last few weeks drawings, collages, and paintings have been pouring in. The illustration community's response has been overwhelming and we are thrilled to be hosting this event. Mark your calendars for the opening April 10th, 2010 from 6-8:30pm. For complete details visit the 100 Heads for Haiti page and see the list of participating artists. Hope to see you there! Oh, the twins are now 5. And we still have our hands very full.
100 Heads for Haiti
Saturday April 10, 2010 6-8:30pm
Spur Gallery, 3504 Ash Street, Baltimore, MD 21211