Tuesday, December 21, 2010

phone

hand painted phone, all inspiration courtesy of lisa frank. glitter and sparkles and neon!!! i'll paint yours if you want.

Upcoming Shows: January 2011

I have a couple of drawings in these group shows. Stop by!



"Where It Takes You -- A MICA Alumni Show"
Spattered Columns Gallery
491 Broadway, 5th Floor
New York, New York
(northwest corner of Broadway and Broome Street)

Opens to the public Wednesday, January 12

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"Self Portrait as Rock Star"
Current Gallery
location TBA
Baltimore, MD

Opens Friday, January 28

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

HELLA PILE


DEAD DEER or dead dear or what? 11"x8.5 on paper

and also

FOOD TRUCK (detail) oil on canvas


all i wanna do is paint hazmat suits and dead animals anymore. what's up with all these palm trees?

Monday, December 13, 2010


currently reading: god's own junkyard by peter blake. inflammatory!

bustello

Friday, November 19, 2010

Group Show opens Dec 2

I have work in a group show in Brooklyn. It's a collection of tiny artwork.

Stop by!

6th Annual Small Works Show
440 Gallery
440 6th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11215
stuff i've been thinking about lately.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Monday, September 20, 2010

coming soon

coming SOON...

annieewaskio.com

it's getting exciting around here! painting lots of succulents and some antelope, still hooked on beer cans, and about to go replace my super mini brush because i'm horrible about treating my possessions well.

currently reading: jonathan franzen's "FREEDOM" and really liking it. also very excited about yo yo ma's bach recordings. and the roots' new album.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

See my work in a group show opening this Saturday!


A group exhibition featuring painting interpretations of Francis J Child’s English and Scottish Popular Ballads, by 13 artists from around the country:

Eberhard Froehlich, Jovan Erfan, Annie Ewaskio, Bart Lynch, Jeremy Hughes, Ryan Jedlicka, Teddy Johnson, Tyrus Lytton, Ben Mckee, Shaun Preston, Art Rosenbaum, Rachel Wolfson

With musical performances of the ballads by Baltimore's own old time and country favorites Walker and Jay, Brooklyn based musician H. Honne Welles, and Grammy Award winning collector of traditional music, and banjo wiz Art Rosenbaum.

Art Reception: 7-9

Musical performances: 9:30-12:30 (5 dollar suggested donation)s


A collection of 305 distinct ballads from England and Scotland, collected by Francis James Child in the late nineteenth century, the Child Ballads consists of songs which have survived through oral traditions for several hundred years. More than just a collection of songs in an old dusty book, these songs—dealing with such timeless topics as morality, murder, romance, supernatural experiences, historical events, riddles, and folk heroes —found their way across the Atlantic to become part of the core of traditional Appalachian music in America. The Child Ballad Show is an exploration and continuation of these beautiful and strange old songs through the mediums of painting and music.


Catalogs of paintings and corresponding ballads available for purchase at show.

Curated by Teddy Johnson

Organized by Teddy Johnson and Heather Rounds

For more information visit:

http://www.childballads.blogspot.com/


or email:

teddyschool@hotmail.com

Music Style: rock, folk, acoustic, country, old time

HILL, oil on canvas, 18"x18" 2010

SEA, oil on canvas, 42"x46" 2010

REFINERY, oil on canvas, 21"x23" 2010

BILLBOARD, 22"x22" oil on canvas, 2010




Saturday, March 13, 2010

golf course, oil on canvas, about 4'x4'

lots of enamel and some wintergreen oil transfer. mostly just oil paint. the beginning of a series, perhaps? hard to see those vermont hills in the background, all purple heather and taupe. more fun in person.