Friend and fellow artist Joseph Meloy of Vandal Expressionism teamed with artist Fumero of Fumeroism for a two man show at Le Salon d'Art which really should have been called "ism's" because they both are working on creating their own movements (art not bowel).
Joseph Meloy of Vandal Expressionism & Fumero of Fumeroism.
I like that both of these artists could be considered representitive of different forms of line art, both work with black line, and have unique drawing styles. Although they both have distinctly different styles, yet they both compliment eachother in this salon style venue.
Joseph Meloy calls his work Vandal Expressionism. I consider this more like Abstract Gonzo. If Ralph Steadman were to get away from representational work almost entirely.
The Fumero drawings reminded me of the crazy color choices of the Legendary Rolling Stone caricature artist Philip Burke, if he were to outline all of his individual colors with black paint pen rather than just let them sit on top of one another.
The Art of Fashion's John McMullen.
John McMullen, Joseph Meloy, one of John McMullen's friends, and Cojo "Art Juggernaut".
Artist and curator at 950 Hart Michael Kronenberg and painter Raquel Echanique.
Meloy and Fumero pose with a bunch of Fumero's art students.
A fashion designer and her model, forgot their names.
Joseph Meloy poses with the models
The model poses with the drunkest Ranger's fan on earth who wandered into the opening and hung around for the free wine.
Joseph Meloy and Stephanie Venetsky mug in kangaroo masks.
After the show a bunch of us headed over to Motor City Bar to schmooze and catch-up on old times over a few beers.
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