#Ian Seniff

Gwen by Ian “South Bend” Seniff. Gouache on paper on wood. As part his show Silver Age, showing at Gigantic Gallery through April 29.

If you haven’t read about Gwen Stacey’s death, it’s a pretty big deal. Some people see it as the end of the Silver Age, as heroes and narratives became darker and grittier in the Bronze Age.

Not only is the composition great and the colors gorgeous, but Ian used the same typography as was used in the comic.

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Oh snap!—photos by John Carleton.

Aaron by Ian “South Bend” Seniff. Gouache on paper on wood. As part his show Silver Age, showing at Gigantic through April 29.

Aaron Stack, AKA Machine Man, AKA Z2P45-9-X-51, is a Jack Kirby creation, spun off of his comic adaptation of 2001: A Space Odyssey. He is a sentient robot—the only one of his series not to go mad from sentience, in part because he was raised as a human son by his creator. He was also exposed to the wacky radiation of a monolith. That probably helped some too.

Photos by John Carleton. Dude’s a photo-taking machine!

Peter by Ian “South Bend” Seniff. Gouache on paper on wood. As part his show Silver Age, showing at Gigantic through April 29.

Photos by our friendly neigborhood John Carleton.

giganticgallery:

A little sneak peek of what we have coming at you this month at Gigantic. Ian Seniff’s solo show “Silver Age” opens this Thursday at 5:30. There will even be some homebrewed beer by the artist for you early birds (some of the finest IPA we’ve ever tasted). This one here is Mole Man. The lovely model? Newt Gingrich. Perfection.

giganticgallery:

A little sneak peek of what we have coming at you this month at Gigantic. Ian Seniff’s solo show “Silver Age” opens this Thursday at 5:30. There will even be some homebrewed beer by the artist for you early birds (some of the finest IPA we’ve ever tasted). This one here is Mole Man. The lovely model? Newt Gingrich. Perfection.

That’s us.

That’s us.

Drawings by Ian “South Bend” Seniff for our Carte de visite show. Ink on paper, 4” x 6”.

Characters include Yoda, Batman, Wonder Woman, Hulk Hogan, Kilgore Trout, Queequeg and Ishmael and Ahab, Luigi, Holden Caulfield, Grover, and Spider Man / Peter Parker. Plus originals! Wow!

Only $10 each!

Some people need a mirror-readable forehead tattoo that reminds them to buy more taco. I just need John Carleton, who took this photo.

giganticgallery:

This show is awesome.
That is all.

giganticgallery:

This show is awesome.

That is all.

Devourer (After Kirby) and Herald (After Kirby) by Ian “South Bend” Seniff. 18” x 23”. Oil on wood.

Just added these two new pieces to the rivalry show. They’ll be on our store as soon as I get the prices.

johncarleton:

Psst. Hey. You. Yeah, you. Do you like beer? You do? Will you be in or around Portland, Oregon next Thursday?  If so, be sure to come down to the First Thursday opening of “Of Pints and Men: A Beer Show” at Gigantic Gallery.

The show features work by photographers Matt Wiater and me, John Carleton, new paintings by Ian Seniff, and illustrations by Jonathon Hill-Jacquard.

Not only will there be awesome art on tap, there will be FREE BEER too! Deschutes Brewery has generously donated a keg of   Chain Breaker White IPA. It’s not gonna drink itself - mark your calendars!

October 6, 2011 | 5:30 - 10 PMGigantic Gallery
1720 NW Lovejoy, #103
Portland, OR 97209

Amendment: We’ll also be showing a new piece by Jason Edward Davis.

Also, seriously, our livers are going to mutiny unless you come and help us finish this keg. We really, really don’t want it just hanging out all week tempting us.

johncarleton:

Psst. Hey. You. Yeah, you. Do you like beer? You do? Will you be in or around Portland, Oregon next Thursday? If so, be sure to come down to the First Thursday opening of “Of Pints and Men: A Beer Show” at Gigantic Gallery.

The show features work by photographers Matt Wiater and me, John Carleton, new paintings by Ian Seniff, and illustrations by Jonathon Hill-Jacquard.

Not only will there be awesome art on tap, there will be FREE BEER too! Deschutes Brewery has generously donated a keg of Chain Breaker White IPA. It’s not gonna drink itself - mark your calendars!

October 6, 2011 | 5:30 - 10 PM
Gigantic Gallery
1720 NW Lovejoy, #103
Portland, OR 97209

Amendment: We’ll also be showing a new piece by Jason Edward Davis.

Also, seriously, our livers are going to mutiny unless you come and help us finish this keg. We really, really don’t want it just hanging out all week tempting us.

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