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“Shapes Of Noise”
March 9, 2017, 4:15 pm
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A painting I did last year for an  auction fundraiser benefitting Variety, the Children’s Charity of New York

aloneone-shapes-of-noise“Shapes Of Noise”
acrylic on cradled hardboard
20″ x 10″ x 1 1/2″ (approx.)
2016

It was inspired by a piece with the same title by Angel from Creative Noise. Here it is hanging with Angel’s original artwork..

aloneone-shapes-of-noise-2

Thanks to the buyer and all who came out that night and supported a great cause.



CAYPE in the Boston Globe

My homie CAYPE in an article from THE BOSTON GLOBE, May 31, 2013 (reprinted from here and here):

“GRAFFITI ARTIST FIGHTS HIS ADDICTION TO STREET ART”
by Aaron Dentel-Post  GLOBE CORRESPONDENT     MAY 31, 2013

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Former graffiti artist Tyson Andree has fine arts works in a group exhibition in Adelson Galleries Boston through June 30.

Graffiti gained popularity as art on New York City subway trains in the 1970s. Andree says he’s been told that it was artists named Gene, short for Genius, and Sen2 who brought it to Boston around 1980. He says his history of the Boston graffiti scene comes from an artist named Click, one of the originators of Boston’s graffiti scene.

By 1983, Boston had a full-blown graffiti culture. The elevated Orange Line route that ran through Roxbury was a particular hot spot, with graffiti works lining roofs and high walls within view of passing trains.

More than two decades later, balanced on a girder over the iron-gray water of the Charles River, Andree, now 33, is going by the name Caype, and he must be one of the most prolific and longest active graffiti writers in Boston’s history. It’s also a chapter in his life he’s trying to move past.

He is the first graffiti artist to be represented by the Adelson Galleries Boston, which deals primarily in artwork by contemporary and modern masters like Jim Dine, Andrew Wyeth, Alex Katz, and others. Andree is included in a group show titled “Ten Artists,” which runs through June 30.

Some of his works on paper have also been included in Barry McGee’s exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art.

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“RELIEF” Benefit Art Show to support New York Residents Affected by Hurricane Sandy, TONIGHT ONLY!

I got a new piece in…

Making Deals Zine and Trumbull Studio presents:

RELIEF:
Benefit Art Show to support New York Residents Affected by Hurricane 

@ Trumbull Studio
143 Roebling St #5 (3rd Floor)
Brooklyn, NY

Friday, November 9th, 2012
TONIGHT ONLY!
Silent Auction & Raffle begins at 6 pm – Final Drawing at 9:30 pm

 

A huge group of established and emerging urban artists will have work for sale, and all proceeds will support LOCAL charities. Our goal is to help our fellow New Yorkers who have been hardest hit from areas like Far Rockaway, Staten Island, Breezy Point, and Red Hook.

Artists who have generously donated work for sale include:

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DEPOE!
May 13, 2012, 6:53 am
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Oldie but goodie flick I took of my homie Depoe One in action on a mural 20 feet up…

Depoe… on a ladder, on scaffolding, on cynder blocks, on a picnic table. Brooklyn, 2009 FTW!

And speaking of Depoe, if you’re in NYC today check out my homie Depoe’s show  opening today…

Crossing Art
136-17 39th Avenue (Btwn. Main St & 138th St)
Ground Floor
Flushing, NY 11354 
www.crossingart.com



“ROYAL FLUSH” Art Show at HOURGLASS Tattoo and Art Gallery, Cambridge MA



“ROYAL FLUSH” Art Show

HOURGLASS Tattoo and Art Gallery
1680 Mass Ave (2nd floor)
Cambridge MA, 02138

OPENING:
August 20, 2011
8 – 12 pm

Art by:
ALONE
ANDRE CHEKO

COAST
HELZ
THE ROYAL KINGBEE
MOUSE
TENSE
TOMB

The show is up until late September.




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