No kidding, art in America is getting a head-turner here in Northern Virginia with the likes of The Bunnyman Bridge Collective, a threesome that is expanding its influence through collaborative curation. High level intensity and energy exudes from each of the participants. Artists selected by the collective represent diversity across the board in media, ideas, styles and creativity.
Curators for “Panoplia” are the founders of Bunnyman Bridge Collective: Jason Davis, Javier Padilla, and Jessica Kallista.
“Bunnyman” describes it as an eclectic and groundbreaking collection of paintings and mixed media work by local artists, and curated by The Bunnyman Bridge Collective. On the heels of the successful and irreverent ‘Tell Me Something,’ Epicure Café and The Bunnyman Bridge Collective continue to redefine art in suburbia, as well as art audience experiences. For their latest exhibition, Epicure Café and The Bunnyman Bridge Collective bring together eight talented and playfully jaw-dropping artists.
Combining lush, large format oil paintings that evoke a chaotic surrealist nostalgia, complex geometric elements of precise and well-wrought abstract work, fantastically detailed mixed media dreamscapes, provocative color drenched street art, and more, ‘Panoplia’ delivers an intoxicating blend of exciting local art.
Saturday, June 14, from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m., spend an evening with artists Diana Adams, Alex Beck, Abner De Jesus, Jeff Duka, Ricardo D Echevarria, Vanessa Glick, Karen Mullarkey, and Allison Ries.
Epicure Café, is located at 11104 Lee Highway in Fairfax, VA, is open 7 p.m. days a week from 5 p.m. – midnight. ‘Panoplia’ will be on view at Epicure Café from June 14 through August 2.”
Epicure Café and The Bunnyman Bridge Collective Present New Collection of Bleeding Edge Contemporary Local Art
June 14 - August 2
Saturday, June 14, 7 p.m. – midnight