Installation at Positive Space Studio
I wanted to have more fun making an art piece that a lot of people can relate to. Hence dinosaurs. They’re all different none are the same.
You put one around your next and feel special one of a kind yourself. I love these bolos ♥️
Love ❤️ Jesy Grose
Been sober now for 15 months. I can say it has its perks. I don’t wake up in the bathtub wondering what I made myself the night before. I have on the other hand gravitated towards different things. Like being an adult who pays their bills on time. Studio time and work. I’m still that Pippy Long Stockings type, rough around the edges don’t forget with sauce on the side. I have grown a tougher calis through the years but I realize that maybe the more I see the truth in things even though as harsh as it may be I can start to grow in a different way then just push others towards the door. Being vulnerable is scary. Like I’d rather hide scary. I’d rather Play with fire, spiders, lions and snakes than be vulnerable.
I am going to start by asking different questions to change my beliefs about the world. Questions that create vision and support to others. Working on me being more aware and asking people in a the moment instead of thinking about it. Get messy in 2017.
Grandpa Grose was a cussing sailor whose favorite swear word was you fumble finger cock sucker. He would cuss and swear up a storm making his war models. I can’t say I entirely want to be more like him but I want to test out his roughness. He was a World War 2 vet. He managed the men of men he had to be tough. If you weren’t a brute you weren’t really a man. He learned a lot in 4 years than a man could learn in a life time.
See he was 6ft 4 maybe 5 but to me he was a giant. His hands were huge. So how in the hell did he make these models by hand many from scratch. The tiny little pieces the size of my 5 year old pinky nail. A real creative go for it kind of man. He has models he’s made across the country in museums. Crass & ballsy the type they don’t make anymore.
Friday the 13th is a magical day and number. Somehow the attraction to something others are afraid gives me this sense of ohhhh ahhhh. Naughty girl! Although digging deeper into the real meaning of Friday the thirteenth why does it have this power over the western culture. Freyja a goddess associated with love, sex, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war, and death. The number 13 is considered sacred.
FRIDAY THE 13th
Join Jesy G and 4 other female artists for “karmic upheaval”! Ancien is a local bike shop accross from “woman made gallery” on Milwaukee Ave. Chicago IL! We will have music and drinks available along with Art for sale. Come experience a group of delightful women and their creation.
Acrylic and marker on paper
By Jesy G
Painting on canvas
By Sarah Braden
Click link below for more info!
For the next month star Lounge will have my work up. If you have any inquires contact me at email@example.com.
Star is a rare Gem of Ukrainian Village. My favorite coffee shop in Chicago. Also showing different artist once a month. Shout out to Carter-Bob and Blu for making this happen. Special thanks to Dark Matter for all their hard work and Dank coffe. Seriously love you all.
When I’ve worked all day and need an extra Dank coffee. DM pulls through and I manage to get the work done I really cherish. Painting on glass!
Love you guys
Holidays are among us and if there is a original item your looking to get a loved one In House is the place. I’ll be selling some originals and some stuff in the 50$ range. Also don’t forget to come wearing your most hideous holiday sweater. I know I’ll be there in mine.
James Brown loved Christmas so much he even died on Christmas. So let’s make him proud.
Show tonight come check out my new work @ R-Mona in Pilsen 1724 S Racine.
Bands will play around 8:30
-The Singleman affair
Come one come all
Special thanks to
Joe with R Mona
And all my friends and family
Sick Fisher was born Joseph Nicholas Fisher in 1985 in Weymouth, Massachusetts but raised in Sebastian, Florida. After graduating from The Florida State University in 2008, he moved to Chicago in 2009 to continue work as an artist. Sick Fisher works in large and small scale murals as well as on a variety of smaller surfaces that include canvas, paper, wood, plastic, metal, brick, and glass. Several public pieces can be found in the Humboldt Park, Logan Square, and Rogers Park neighborhoods of Chicago, IL.
Check out: Sicks Site
Come check out Sicks Art
@Bite Cafe on 1039 N. Western Ave.
Work is for SALE!