On Deck 7 MT Recap

from the confines of Studio 72 on this post. Well what can I say, I am proud of Karma for creating such a nice painting for the show in Missoula, Mt. and I have to say that the show's variety, and vigor to sell so many works in gallery and online for a great organization, is quite admirable. Karma's skate sold, and another of our friends and fellow painters, Decoy, hailing from Washington D.C. had her skate hung as a pair with Karma's, you can see the works together in the photos above. A very cool and unintentional artistic twist to the showcase, I will let the photos speak for the remainder of the skate art. The other great highlights were the Haroshi works, both real treasures to behold in person. Wish we could've gotten our hands on one of the limited edition posters that were raffled, you can read and see more about this amazing resurrective artist in the detail photos. An honor to ride and share this show with Karma, and I hope to see and do more with On Deck in the future, a great grouping of creative energy in Missoula. Head on over to Karma's blog to read more about our adventures on the trip and her showing at On Deck 7. Thanks for viewing a Studio 72 Karma spotlight post.

Links for the show and Gallery
Montana Skatepark
the brink

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