The Rocking Horse Open – Friday, January 27, 7-10PM Rocking Horse Artspace invites artists to submit up to 2 pieces of work to our first semiannual open show. Submission cost is $10 (for 1 or 2 pieces). Artwork will be juried by gallery members and a guest judge for consideration of a Rocking Horse award [...]
Most recently, a bio-mechanical spaceship from a planet in the Sombrero Galaxy (M104) crashed to earth on its search for love and meaning in the universe. The staff here at Rocking Horse has named the ship El Conquistador. Sadly, El Conquistador has lost the ability to operate itself and make the long flight home.
Indoor camping adventure in a winter wonderland. We turn off the heat and celebrate minute changes in temperature as we warm the place up using our body heat. Friday night is campground setup for participants. Saturday open to the public during 4-10PM. Come photograph the installation and spend time with your favorite Lawrence Villains.
Solo exhibit for Rocking Horse’s own Creative Agent, Kyle Anthony Adams. Over 100 Paintings, Kyle’s 2 main bodies of work (Expressionism & Abstraction) will be examined and explained.
Blondie Suicide of the Suicide Girls shooting her new Suicide Girls set here at Rocking Horse Artspace. Look for updates at the end of February. Set design to include art from Tom Brown and Kyle Anthony Adams. Shot & Edited by Jessica Selm & Kyle Anthony Adams.
Friday, March 2, 7-10. Apocalipstik: The Napalm Girls, a solo exhibition of erotic bombardment. The Art of Gypzy.
Friday, March 23, 7-10PM. The live folk series continues into 2012! With music by: Casey Hallas, Christopher Hannigan, Broken Fences, Jody Perigo & Laura Totten.
“Animation and character inspired artworks” by Brian bullets and Matt Gondek. These two visual artists come together through character design, apparel, and vinyl toys to bring you a high-brow Saturday morning cereal experience.
It’s true, Lawrenceville doesn’t have a mayor, but that’s why I’m running.
Love is pain. I see it turn over as a stream. It is wide and breaks the plane in blue and red. I stand in the pain, it washes over me, and then light and freedom. They chase each other.
Last night, patrons at Rocking Horse Artspace participated in an effort to “Occupy Tom Brown.” While traveling in a free time warp provided by the United States federal government efforts were made to knock on Tom Brown’s door, but Tom Brown didn’t want any visitors at this time. Check back for more Lawrenceville updates at [...]