Brand new print for Steel City Secret Cinema, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Evil Dead!!
This wretched GREMLINS inspired painting was done for Steel City Secret Cinema II 80s edition here in Pittsburgh. It will be shown at Most Wanted Fine Art’s “Stuff and Such” gallery starting May 3rd. There are Prints available for $18 Bucks, so stop by and get all nostalgic and stuff!
Prints will be available online soon!
This spring, take part in a unique art and film event at the Hollywood Theater in Dormont. For our second event, bust out your shoulder pads, leg warmers, and acid-washed jeans as we are going back to the 1980′s! We’ll once again be mashing up Pittsburgh-based artists and a cult classic horror film (this time, from the 80′s)… and we’ll be following up the evening with a month long display of the work at the Most Wanted Fine Art Gallery.
The movie will remain a secret, the art under wraps, but a ticket will gain you access to the film screening, a limited edition individually numbered movie poster of the “secret” film, access to the work of local artists, raffle giveaways, free food/drink, and local entertainment.
7:00 – 8:30pm – Art Gallery, Food/Drink, Live Music
8:30 – 10:15pm – Film Screening
10:15 – 10:45pm – Unveil Poster, Raffle Prizes
This event is set up to be not-for-profit. All proceeds will be donated to Friends of the Hollywood Theater and the Toonseum. Stay tuned over the coming months as we make additional announcements! Any interested sponsors, artists, volunteers, or general questions, please visit our Contact page.
- Where: The Hollywood Theater (Dormont)
- Address: 1449 Potomac Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15216
- When: Friday, April 26th, 2013
- Time: 7:00PM (Doors) | 8:30PM (Start)
- Tickets: Click Here to Purchase Tickets
- Where: Most Wanted Fine Art Gallery – Stuff N Such Society
- Address: 5015 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224
- When: Friday, May 3rd, 2013
- Time: 7:00PM
- Tickets: FREE!
More info than ever at www.steelcitysecretcinema.com
Thanks to everyone that came out to Steel City Secret Cinema last night in Dormont. It was kinda like Alamo Drafthouse meets Gallery 1988. For those of you that couldn’t make it, here is the painting that I had showing. The theme for the show was any movie made in Pittsburgh. I couldn’t decide between Robocop and Day of the dead, and this is the result. It’s titled “RoboCorpse” or “When Murphy met Bub”. It hails as the grossest painting I’ve ever done. It just might be showing at House of The Dead in Lawrenceville so keep yer eyes peeled, son.