Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Illustrators lunch change today June 26, 2019

We found out that Bronte’s Bistro cannot seat us today so we will go to Alladin’s restaurant in Hyde Park instead. It is very close to Bronte’s off of Edwards road.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Cincinnati Illustrators Lunch Wednesday June 12, 2019

While Christina is in Norway, she asked me to post the lunch meetings. This week we will meet at Slatts in Blue Ash.


Here is a link to the website
https://www.slattspub.com

Please come and bring some art or illustration to share with everyone else.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

OPEN SOURCE 1.4 at The Carnegie Reception Friday, May 31, 2019 5-8 pm

The OPEN SOURCE 1.4 exhibition reception at The Carnegie in Covington will be on Friday May 31, 2019. David Hartz will have drawings in new curatorial directions for this show.

The Carnegie Galleries will host a reception for Open Source 1.4, the final installment of Open Source, a series of rotating installations and objects selected by a fluid team of curators, artists, collectors, writers, critics, and community organizers from across the region.

The final installation of the exhibition will begin with a reception on Friday, May 31. During the reception, Take a Moment (Jon Flannery + Joe Walsh) will have a live screen printing workshop where attendees can purchase pieces made on Friday evening.

This year's GSA artists Daisy Slucher, Travis Sparks, and Anya Zalewski will be in attendance and on hand to answer audience questions.

Curators: Jessica Caponigro, Matt Coors, Annie Dell’Aria, Matt Distel, Sso-rha Kang, Sarabel Santos Negron, Linda Schwartz, Maria Seda-Reeder, Sarah Rose Sharp, C.M. Turner, and Cori Wolff

Exhibiting Artists: Josh Azzarella, Scottie Bellissemo, Keith Benjamin, Bruce Bennett, Britni Bicknaver, Andrew Cozzens, Joomi Chung, Sky Cubacub, Elese Daniel, Curtis Davis, Brian Dooley, Lizzy Duquette, Ryan Fabel, Tracy Featherstone, Jon Flannery + Joe Walsh, Meri Jayne Fleisch, Llewelynn Fletcher, Forealism Tribe, Joe Girandola, Alexa Hamilton, David Hartz, Hannah Hersko, Andrew Hostick, Intermedio, Hannah Ireland, Alison Jardine, Kelly Kroener, Jon Lanzador, Thaniel Ion Lee, Joel McDonald, Lorena Molina, Jack Nichols, Sabrina Pachla, Jamie Payne, Harry Sanchez, Jr, Christian Schmit, Judith Scott, Daisy Slucher, Travis Sparks, Tyler Spohn, Brenda Tarbell, Erin Taylor, Aubrey Theobald, Peter Van Hyning, Joey Versoza, Cathrine Whited, Lindsey Whittle, David Wischer, C. Jacqueline Wood, Sherri Lynn Wood, Anya Zalewski

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Fourth Biennial Faculty and Staff Exhibition, UCBA Gallery

David Hartz will exhibit three artworks in the Fourth Biennial Faculty and Staff Exhibition in the UCBA gallery. The Reception for the exhibition is this Friday, April 26, 2019 from 5:00 - 8:00 pm. The UCBA gallery is located at the corner of Plainfiled and Cooper road in Blue Ash. Here is a link to the directions and information:

Friday, April 5, 2019

ILLUSTRATION MASTER CLASS with David Michael Beck

David Michael Beck is offering a MASTER ILLUSTRATION CLASS at
Art Academy of Cincinnati Community Education Master Workshop Series-Painting & Technique with David Michael Beck Community Education at the Art Academy of Cincinnati will present "Painting & Technique", a part of the Master Workshop Series, with AAC Professor David Michael Beck. Join an intimate group at the Academy's historic OTR location where students will learn directly from the beloved Cincinnati Fine Artist & Illustrator. Workshop #1 June 10, 12, 14, 17, 19, 21 3.0 hours Evening, 6:00-9:00 Class is limited to 20 students. Painting & Technique ( Traditional Landscape, Urban Landscape & Contemporary Narrative) Description: In this intensive workshop, painters will have an opportunity to study complex theory and composition impact. The course will include teacher demonstrations of technique highlights and references for further independent study. Concentration is on illustrative method of painting and the introduction of specific color and glazing technique. Nuances demonstrated in this intimate setting include perspective, contrast, color theory, glazing, monochromatic tonal grisaille painting, deep space scenarios and quick tips to economize time. Level: Advanced Previous painting experience is essential. Students are required to bring their finished drawing on the their selected substrate, so they are prepared to begin the painting process during the first class session. Materials Required: Final drawing on canvas, linen, wood panel, or illustration board. Oil and acrylic paints, brushes, pallet, solvent, (mineral spirits, turpentine), etc. ALL materials necessary to complete a painting independently. Easels will be provided,...no other materials. Register now SPACE IS LIMITED! www.artacademy.edu Community Education, Adult Classes






Friday, March 29, 2019


Saw this past weekend in the NY Times the sad news of the passing of David Palladini...we all looked at this guy a LOT on school back in the day - a tremendous talent.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

OPEN SOURCE 1.3

David Hartz will have 20 drawings of the Pareidolia: Rockface Series drawings in an exhibition titled, Open Source 1.3 at The Carnegie.
The opening is Friday, March 15, 2019 from 5pm - 8pm. A special performance by Sky Cubacub will happen at the opening.
The Carnegie is located at:
1028 Scott Blvd.
Covington, KY 41011
http://www.thecarnegie.com




Sunday, March 3, 2019

Whoops - just realized I forgot to post the new Heart Mini poster here. (Points for recognizing the vintage ships!)


Tuesday, February 26, 2019

The premiere issue of Sham Comics being published by Source Point Press was featured yesterday on Bleeding Cool. It's very gratifying to see all the excitement being generated by this release. For those who've not read any Sham books, they are public domain comics from the forties and fifties with all the text rewritten as satire, including the ads. The first issue has stories by me and special guest writer, Daryll Collins. It stars a rampaging robot named Bozo, the flatulent superheroes known as The Red 'Roid & Pooter, Randy Rocket the horny astronaut, and much more. Source Point will be releasing Sham Comics 1-6 on a monthly basis.


https://www.bleedingcool.com/2019/02/24/tim-fuller-sham-1-source-point-press-may-2019-solicits/?fbclid=IwAR1oGsStX7wvK2QrW6lBba5ovIINR0S0lyxYlQBwMpv3mnZGEmegOkX1vZo#.XHVP3L8kZyA.facebook

Monday, January 7, 2019

Ral Buldhar: A Dungeons and Dragons Art Show

Art by John Sebastian

“At the confluence of The Cascades and the River Eyathyr, three great kingdoms also intersect. Between them all is a towering spire of rock, buttressed by enormous stone monoliths in the form of ancient giants. Atop this spire, creatures of all races meet to trade, negotiate, argue, and find their fortunes. This is Ral Buldhar, the City of Giants.”

In the summer of 2018, twelve writers, performers, and artists, strangers to each other, assembled in Cincinnati to undertake the adventure of a lifetime: a campaign of Dungeons and Dragons. Split evenly into two tables of six, this group of met weekly for three months to roll dice, role play, laugh, and explore Ral Buldhar - where fate had greatness in store for each of them.

On January 11th, we invite you to the opening of an art show made up of work from their experience playing together.

Performances: TBA

Art by Christina Wald

The Game Masters: Jeb Brack & Alexa Justice

The Players: Aiesha Little, Anissa Pulcheon, Christina Wald, Gabrielle Lanza, Geoffrey Woolf, Jay B. Kalagayan, John Sebastian, L.D. Nehls, Marcus Donaldson, & Scott Holzman.

https://www.facebook.com/events/364976710715421/

Chase Public
2826 Colerain

We also did a radio play and there is a lot of cool art!
Art by Anissa Pulcheon

Art by Jeb Brack