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July31st Beacon, NY Electric Windows Event by Open Space Gallery

May 31, 2010
Each day this week I will be posting info on all of the events/shows I will be taking part in this summer. The first event that I am excited to announce is Electric Windows (HERE) presented by Open Space Gallery (HERE) which takes place Saturday July 31st in Beacon, New York. The event will feature some insane talent as urban artists including Avic Tchernichovski, Big Foot, Buxtonia, Cern, Chris Stain, Chris Yormick, Depoe, Elbow Toe, Elia Gurna, Ellis G, Erik Otto, Eugene Good, Faust, Gaia, Joe Iurato, Mr Kiji, Logan Hicks, Michael De Feo, PaperMonster, Peat Wollaeger, Rick Price, Riiisa Boogie, Ron English, Ryan Bubnis, Ryan Williams, Skewville, and TC. This is an event you do not want to miss!! You will be able to meet some of your favorite artists painting massive canvases. It is a great event not just to meet the artists but to take in the beautiful city of Beacon, visit Open Space Gallery, and have a great time. Check out more info below and the show flyer:
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Info via the Electric Windows Site:
“24 street artists will converge in Beacon, NY on Saturday July 31st to create live artwork and have their work installed on the exterior of a 19th century factory building. Electric Windows draws its name from the former electric blanket factory at the foot of Mount Beacon that will act as the backdrop for the event. E.W. turns the idea of a gallery inside out using the large industrial windows as frames for each artists work. Usually street art is not so easily contained in a rectangle but this installation ingeniously bridges the gap between indoor and outdoor art both inverting and subverting the concept of the art gallery. Each of the 24 pieces will be approximately 8 ft x 12 ft.
The final products of the previous Electric Windows Event. To view photos visit:

Electric Windows (NY) May 17th!!

May 18, 2008

The Dirty ( website is looking fantastic as it introduces PaperMonster and new original works for sale. Fantastic!! This past weekend I had the great honor of helping out with the festivities and the incredible event titled Electric Windows which took place in Beacon, NY and was organized by Open Space. It was a beautiful day on Saturday and it was great to meet so many talented artist and just participate in the set-up and be part of such a fantastic event. Check out the pictures below to view how the day turned out. Enjoy!!
Thanks to Ren for the Photos!!
For more check out the Flickr Set:’s homepage is looking pretty nice!!

Setting things up for the event!

Some of the pre-made pieces went up the day before.
Cycle at work!!

Ren making some trash signs for the event!! With Stencils!!! Love Ren!Helping Ren out with some of the signs.
Everything was set up and ready to go.
Daryll Peirce is an incredible artist: Google that man.
Mr. Kiji with the best beard ever.

Handed out a ton of PaperMonster stickers.The crowd was great. The event really brought out a nice mix of people of all ages.
ELBOW-TOE: The final piece turned out great.
Jim Darling painting a beautiful piece.
Tina doing fantastic work.

Peripheral Media Projects!!RENE came in and went to town right away.
Ripo is truly a perfectionist. The piece is so simple yet so powerful. Loved to finally meet him.

More Info Via
This Saturday, May 17th, 24 street artists will descend upon a 19th Century Beacon, NY factory building to install their artwork on its exterior. This project, called Electric Windows, draws its name from the former electric blanket factory at the foot of Mount Beacon that will act as the backdrop for the event.
Literally turning the idea of a gallery inside out, Electric Windows will house 24 pieces approximately 8’ x 12’, on the large industrial windows of the factory for 12 months!
Electric Windows will feature work from 24 different artists, including: Above, Cycle, Daryll Peirce, Lady Pink, Peat Wollaeger, Ripo, Ron English, The Love Movement, Tes One, Ultra, and UPSO, among others. See the full line-up and get more info at

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