Tagged: Revolution No. 63

Johnathan “JJ” Wilson in “Revolution No. 63” at Parish Ink

Johnathan “JJ” Wilson

“White Lotus Club”

White 2011 Windsor Wellington with custom paint

Courtesy Travis Aucoin

on view in the group exhibition “Revolution No.63″ at Parish Ink, 310 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501

*** Author’s Note: If you would like to read the review of “Revolution No.63,” please see the previous post on this site titled “Free Wheelin’ It: ‘Revolution No. 63 at Parish Ink” here.

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Recycled Cycles in “Revolution No. 63” at Parish Ink

Recycled Cycles

“1930-1940 Boardtrack Racer Replica (Schwinn Wizzer)”

1930’s Bicycle Racer, 1940’s tank, 1941 Whizzer H Motor, 1936 Elgin wheels

on view in the group exhibition “Revolution No.63″ at Parish Ink, 310 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501

*** Author’s Note: If you would like to read the review of “Revolution No.63,” please see the previous post on this site titled “Free Wheelin’ It: ‘Revolution No. 63 at Parish Ink” here.

 

Bike Helmet Art in “Revolution No. 63” at Parish Ink

Bike Helmet Art in “Revolution No. 63”

(from top, left to right)

Johnathan “JJ” Wilson, “Capped and Loaded,” bottle caps and helmet frame

Jessalyn newton and Mike Bourque, “Horny Japan,” acrylic and foam core on helmet frame

Johnathan “JJ” Wilson, “Wavveessss,” acrylic and ink on helmet frame

Derrick Ewing, “Don’t Break yo Head,” acrylic and ink helmet frame

Yerba the Yenta, “Challa Back, B@$%&s!,” crocheted yarn, dolls, wire and fabric on helmet frame

Mike Bourque, “Untitled,” acrylic on helmet frame

Monica Zabicki, “Gears,” acrylic and ink on helmet frame

Jessalyn Newton, “Untitled,” photocollage on helmet frame

Landon Bell, “Untitled,” wire sculpture

Matthew Guidry, “Storm a Coming,” acrylic on helmet frame

Artist Unknown, “Ceremeonial Helmet for the Secret Sky-wheelie Ritual,” acrylic, feathers, departed souls and psychic energies on helmet frame

on view in the group exhibition “Revolution No.63″ at Parish Ink, 310 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501

*** Author’s Note: If you would like to read the review of “Revolution No.63,” please see the previous post on this site titled “Free Wheelin’ It: ‘Revolution No. 63 at Parish Ink” here.

Spoke Cards in “Revolution No. 63” at Parish Ink

Tyler Broussard

“Untitled”

Johnathan “JJ” Wilson

“Bikes of A Feather”

Mr. Christopher

“F@$% Cars”

Matthew Hernandez

“King”

Travis Aucoin

“Grippy”

Ashley Austin

“Power the Freedom Machine”

Spoke Card Display in “Revolution No. 63” at Parish Ink

on view in the group exhibition “Revolution No.63″ at Parish Ink, 310 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501

*** Author’s Note: If you would like to read the review of “Revolution No.63,” please see the previous post on this site titled “Free Wheelin’ It: ‘Revolution No. 63 at Parish Ink” here.

Stu Babin

“Swamp Thing Alley Cat Race 2011”

digital illustration on paper

on view in the group exhibition “Revolution No.63″ at Parish Ink, 310 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501

*** Author’s Note: If you would like to read the review of “Revolution No.63,” please see the previous post on this site titled “Free Wheelin’ It: ‘Revolution No. 63 at Parish Ink” here.

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Alyce LaBry and Landon Bell in “Revolution No. 63” at Parish Ink

 

Alyce Labry

“Simple Machine”

woodcut on paper

Landon Bell

“Untitled”

silkscreen on paper

on view in the group exhibition “Revolution No.63″ at Parish Ink, 310 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501

*** Author’s Note: If you would like to read the review of “Revolution No.63,” please see the previous post on this site titled “Free Wheelin’ It: ‘Revolution No. 63 at Parish Ink” here.

Pat Phillips in “Revolution No.63” at Parish Ink

Pat Phillips

“NOMAD”

acrylic, ink and aerosol paint on canvas

Pat Phillips

“Homework 1”

pen, aerosol paint and collage on wood panel

Pat Phillips

“Homework 2”

pen, aerosol paint, collage on wood panel

on view in the group exhibition “Revolution No.63″ at Parish Ink, 310 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501

*** Author’s Note: If you would like to read the review of “Revolution No.63,” please see the previous post on this site titled “Free Wheelin’ It: ‘Revolution No. 63 at Parish Ink” here.