I originally set out to do some product shots of my new glow in the dark Baby Head Cup aka the Ghost Cup. That was my intention anyway. Well things kinda went sideways in a delightfully fun way. I love my friends!
Kyree-Lim Alicio Chak explores societal issues through his artwork. Social conflicts, contemporary movements, and mental health issues, are just a few of the elements he attempts to address. His musings are ultimately translated through the lens of his large-scale multi-media art. Strongly influenced by the neo-expressionist movement Kyree communicates in vibrant colors, and encrypts messages throughout his works. There is always something to study and decode in his art, which creates a new and memorable experience with each piece.
Kyree-Lim Alicio Chak is born and raised in Tacoma and is currently studying at Pierce College in Puyallup. In conjunction with pursuing his BFA he is developing his studio craft, creating pieces that resonate with the local community and recently have gained considerable attention and notoriety over the past year. Although Kyree is relatively new to the art scene this momentum has prompted him to pursue his first formal solo exhibition at Fulcrum Gallery titled “It’s All in Your Head”.
Don’t miss this one-night event with work from 7 local artists that explore love through the eyes of the scorned, mad, hungry and obsessed. Appropriately timed on Feb 15th 2020, this heartbreak fest is a perfect antidote to chocolate hearts, snuggling couples and sickeningly-sweet sentiments typically associated with love. From gore to satire, participating artists are exploring themes and expressions of love through various mediums, including illustrations, ceramics, painting, music and photography.
Ando Ehlers, Broken Calliope, Dan Infecto, Elisha Marie Brilhante, Gabrielle Denby, Heather Cornelius and TJ DeMots.
Acoustic Musical Guests: Kelsey Crow and Stoned Evergreen Travelers.
$7 suggested donation. 6-9pm
Final Viewing & Critical Presentation
Join us Saturday June 15th 6-9 pm for a closing presentation on Mark Tracy’s Massification Project, a study in Mixed Media and Painting. Additionally Jaden Adams Ph. D. will be presenting a paper on this exhibitions theme entitled “The Zero and the One” an observation on the logic of bifurcation.
All are welcome.
June 20th – July 13th
Public Reception: June 20th 6 – 9pm
We all have our demons and Spencer Grey like us battles with his own. The unique thing about his particular struggle is the side effect renders his demons into physical form, often in pen and ink. “Plants Animals & Demons” chronicles Spencer’s experiences and growth since his arrival in Tacoma Washington one year ago. Originally from Portland Oregon Spencer is a self-taught illustrator and painter with pen and ink being his medium of preference. Plants and animals tend to be his subject matter, completed in a brooding aesthetic style reminiscent of the occult. Spencer is our observer and witness to the natural world. Inspired with the mathematical grace of fractal patterned plant life. Calmed by the exquisite beauty of decay, reclaimed abandoned spaces, and the oxidization of weathered materials. These elements speak of history, growth, and a natural order.
Spencer produces a range of artworks, intimate pieces small enough to fit in your pocket, and some site-specific work large enough to skateboard through. “Serenity Occult” is such a piece, an interactive mural located in the Hilltop neighborhood not far from Fulcrum Gallery. This multi level composition incorporates an old stairwell, pass-through into his composition of cloud forms, symbolic geometry, and suggestive meditations.