If love doesn’t work try witchcraft. Valentines Day is right around the corner and if you have someone in your orbit who may need a little extra inspiration Lil’ Diavolo is just the thing. Seriously though if the chemistry needs a little bump off hire a chemist.
Baby Head Cups encourages our patrons to conjure responsibly. If you or someone you know is supernaturally impaired please contact one of our trained local witches for professional assistance. Happy Valentines Day!
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”.