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The Labours of Hercules – Gallery of Every Piece in the Show

The Labours of Hercules – Gallery of Every Piece in the Show

Over the past two weeks, artists and various art websites have revealed details about all the pieces in our first gallery show, The Labours of Hercules.  If you’ve been following us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, you’ve probably seen us posting all of these images as well as close-up shots of the printed art.

In case you haven’t had a chance to see all the art in one place, below you’ll find a beautiful gallery containing all the art for the show, including the artist’s name, the edition size of the print and the actual print size for each piece.  Some pieces, like the Glyn Smyth one, look a little different in person or, like Lucas Ruggieri’s, may have an original, which is why we’ll be posting nice shots of the printed pieces on the blog as well as detail shots so you can see just how great the art is on paper.

Enjoy.

 

FAMP Art Presents: The Labours of Hercules – Full Line-up and Show Details Announced

FAMP Art Presents: The Labours of Hercules – Full Line-up and Show Details Announced

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13 Artists. 12 Labours. 1 Hercules.

On December 12, 2015, FAMP Art will be hosting its debut art show titled The Labours of Hercules. This show marks our first foray into the gallery space and we are looking to make a splash in a legendary way.

Mythology is one of the most fascinating aspects of ancient Greek culture and the Heroic age, specifically, is responsible for the stories about some of the most well-known figures in history, in particular, Heracles, or, more popularly known by his Roman name, Hercules.

With a desire to curate a unique show that would allow for fun artistic freedom and a break from the standard pop-culture art show, we decided to continue our mythological streak, which started with DZO’s ‘Dragon’ release, and focus on the stories that made Hercules such a legend. 12 artists were selected and assigned one of Hercules’ labours that they could interpret in their own way. They could focus on the labour itself, the interaction between Hercules and the labour, or focus on the aftermath. A 13th artist was then selected to illustrate a piece focusing on the man himself, Hercules. The show will include a variety of screen printed pieces, a few giclee prints and couple of originals from artists all around the world.

The event will take place on Dec 12th at Bottleneck Gallery, located at 60 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11249, with doors opening at 7pm and at 9:00. The gallery is located in Williamsburg and is accessible by car, bus and subway.

The show is free to attend so be sure to bring some friends There will be free beer, wine and other beverages for those in attendance. As a bonus, we will also be giving out a free print out by artist Glyn Smyth to the first 20 people in line. You can join the Facebook event page here to stay up to date on what will be released at the show.  Pieces will start being unveiled the week of November 30th.

All art that isn’t sold at the gallery will be put online Monday, December 14th and will go on sale at 12pm Est. Prints will ship worldwide.

Below is the full line-up of artists who have graciously contributed to the show along with the respective labours they were assigned.  Click their names to check out more of their amazing work.

Timothy Pittides – First Labour: Nemean Lion

Kerby Rosanes – Second Labour: lernaean Hydra

Erica Williams – Third Labour: Ceryneian Hind

Dan Mumford – Fourth Labour: Erymanthian Boar

JC Richard – Fifth Labour: Augean Stables [UPDATE: due to unforeseen circumstances, JC won’t have a piece in the show]

Chris Skinner – Sixth Labour: Stymphalian birds

Lucas Ruggieri – Seventh Labour: Cretan Bull

AJ Frena – Eighth Labour: Mares of Diomedes

Nikita Kaun – Ninth Labour: Belt of Hippolyta

Karl Fitzgerald – Tenth Labour: Cattle of Geryon

Tom Roberts – Eleventh Labour: Apples of the Hesperides

DZO – Twelfth Labour: Cerberus

Glyn Smyth – Hercules

To stay updated on our latest releases and events, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and sign up for our newsletter by registering on their site www.fampart.com.

If you have any questions about the show, feel free to email info@fampart.com or visit www.fampart.com and click on the contact page.