The New York Times
once described Northern Cali-based Thomas Campbell
as an "an Aries, an artist, a film director, a painter, a photographer, a sculptor, a skateboarder, a surfer of twin fins, of single fins, of fish fins, long boards and even of lunch trays, a global traveler, a record-label founder, a designer of album covers, a stuff maker, a dude who keeps everything at hobby's distance to further his enjoyment of life." He is also one of the "Beautiful Losers," a member of the '90s-era artist scene which Aaron Rose documented in his 2008 documentary of the same name. Tonight, at Half Gallery
, he's presenting a series of new paintings, sculptures and "sewn paper stuff." And on Dec. 13th, he'll be creating a new mural in the back room of Max Fish. Here are some preview images of what's in store at his Half Gallery show.
"Capture and Release"
208 Forsyth St.
Opening tonight from 6-8 p.m.
Max Fish mural
178 Ludlow St.
Opening Dec. 13th, 9 p.m.-4 a.m.