Skate This Art

Greetings Skate Artists,

Thanks for your skate art participation in the Marin Art Festival last weekend; we had a total of 86 pieces on 8 walls in a 20' x 20' tent, and we sold 12!!
Below are the artists' and their pieces that sold at the Marin Art Festival:
1. The Crow and The Wolf: "Ceremony of the Moon"
2. Jon Jordan: "Weather Report"
3. Jolene Yazzie: "Untitled 16"
4. Eddie Schiffer: "Untitled"
5. Laura Jane Levy: "Untitled"
6. Tadi Martinelli Cotta & Walter Wong: "The Wolf and the Stars"
7. Annmarie Koenig: "Untitled"
8. Rocket: "Laskmi"
9. Yzobel: "Mermaid"
10. Anonymous: "Silver Plaza Flock"
11. Erika Yamada: "Midnight Snack"
12. Richard Blakely: "Dream House #5"

Below is a list of artists and their skate art pieces that are currently on display for sale at Powell Street Printers in SF (window display) for the month of July:
1. Rocket" "Radha Krsna"
2. Lauren Matsumoto: "Untitled - Candy Vials"
3. Anna-Lisa Stardust van der Valk: "Follow Me Home"
4. Charlene Landry: "Untitled"
5. Ziad: "The Note"
6. Yu Fang Pang: "Up in the Air'
7. Tracy Burnham: "Armless Bust"
8. Randy Fenton: "Prayer"
9. Midori Meissen: "Fantasy"
10. Ukiah Pearson: "The Mythical Scene Girl"
11. Anonymous/Mivida: "My Pear"
12. Anonymous: "Texas Skull"
13. Anonymous: "Magic Woman"
14. Harry Diggs (RIP): "Untitled"
15. Anonymous: "F**k You!"
16. Jin Hei Kang: "Sting It"
17. Nathan Waak: "Blue Man Board"
18. Ed Handelman: "Untitled"
19. Doris Jean Brown: "Reefer Fish"
20. Blandina Farley "Cruella de Ville"

Below is a list of artists and their skate art pieces that are on currently on display for sale at Hospitality House in SF (window display):
1. Kat A. McWilliams: "Neon Lights" & "San Francisco for Breast Cancer Awareness"
2. Chris Micro: "That's That", "Brother Doom", & "Mos Definitely"
3. Jolene Yazzie: "Mother of War"
4. Simone Coulars: "Cosmic Heart"
5. Matthew Yerge: "Zatoichi"
6. Soveriegn: "Casualties of War - Yellow" & "Casualties of War - White"
7. Devin Tau: "Flower Eaters"
8. Dave McAllister: "Faces" & "Octolove"



"Art of Justice"

June 4, 2010
Posh Pieces Gallery
3824 Telegraph Avenue
Oakland, CA

The Art of Justice is a fundraising event for Oakland/East Bay high schools and McCullum Youth Court (MYC). The goal of the program is to offer teenage artists the opportunity to display their talents and to promote philanthropy among youth. Students will compete within their high school for the opportunity to have their artwork put up for the silent auction.

All proceeds will go to McCullum Youth Court and the school that the artist attends. Also at the end of the auction, three scholarships of $500 each will be awarded: one for the crowd favorite, one for the piece that raises the most money, and one for the piece that best represents "The Art of Justice".

Also featured are local Oakland artists Milton Bowens and Tracy Burnham.

For additional information contact Darren Ashley White, Director of Development & Public Relations, at 510-832-5858 ext. 307 or email at: darren@youthcourt.org