Posts Tagged ‘Eddie Colla’

URBAN OSMOSIS – Tomorrow Night New Years Eve 2011

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Endless Canvas and Spoke Art are proud to present:

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URBAN OSMOSIS Art Show – 12/31/2010 New Years Eve

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010


Opening Reception:
Friday, December 31st (New Years Eve) 2010 7PM-Midnight. 21+

On View December 31 – January 31, 2011

Spoke Art and Endless Canvas are proud to present Urban Osmosis, an immersive exploration into our ever changing environment and landscape.

Ending their three month block of shows at Lopo Gallery, Spoke Art closes out 2010 with an ambitious showing of work by an impressive roster of emerging and established street and fine artists. Featuring three separate rooms of site-specific works and two floor-to-ceiling walls of free form wheatpastes, Urban Osmosis goes beyond your standard street art show to present a selection of captivating installations and selected indoor/outdoor works.

Featured Artists:

Chor Boogie, Cuss, Eddie Colla, Eon75, Dead Eyes, D Young V,  Hugh Leeman, Kelly Towles, Nart, Nina STM, Political Gridlock,  Ras Terms, Shark Toof, Safety First, StarPig, YO Peace, Zoltron and More.


A DECADE WITH NO NAME – Art Opening Aug 28th and 29th, 2010

Sunday, August 22nd, 2010

Endless Canvas tabled at this opening and it was a great turnout. It went so well that it will be opening again on the 28th and 29th of this month during the Eat Real Festival ( in Jack London Square, Oakland. Just walk down Washington Street until you hit the circle near the water and the gallery is right there. Great art, great food.. can’t go wrong.

A Decade With No Name show opening – Oakland, CA – Warholian from Warholian on Vimeo.

Thank you Warholian for making this video. There is even more art on the wall if you come through the show.

IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK – Art Show – First Friday 8/6/2010

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

Endless Canvas was invited by the web editor of Fructose Magazine
to table our zines at the East Bay Express BEST OF THE BAY 2010 art show on this first Friday…

This event is FREE and all ages. Fuck paying for art shows.