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Friday
Aug212015

4 Brand New Paintings for WonderGround Gallery!

Hi everyone!
I am headed back to WonderGround Gallery in Downtown Disney (CA) with 4 brand new paintings. I chose some of my favorite characters -- Stitch (of course!), Dumbo, Gus & Jaq and, get ready...Chewbacca!!! I couldn't be more excited for this batch of pieces. I'll be signing on September 19th from 3-5pm along with Jerrod Maruyama and John Coulter. Hope you can make it - I can't wait to see all of you.

For purchase inquiries, feel free to contact Disney Merchandise Guest Services number at 877-560-6477 on/after September 19th. Simply ask for Kristin Tercek artwork and they will happily tell you what is available. Thanks!

"Ono Hau"

"So This is Love"

"Dumbo the Great"

"Fuzzball"

Thursday
Aug132015

New Solo "Foresta"

In a month and a half, Ed and I will be heading to Melbourne, Australia for my next solo, Foresta. We are so excited! I will be showing 14 brand new characters including, Bloob that you see above. I can't thank Leigh of Auguste Clown Gallery enough for not only showing my work for several years now, but giving me the opportunity of a larger show and thus, a reason to make the trek down under. It's been a dream of mine to go to Australia since I was little and my Dad used to travel there for business. I'm excited and nervous and we haven't been on a big trip like this for ages!

If anyone is in Melbourne, I'd love to meet you on the night of the opening, October 2nd. I spend most of my days fairly isolated in my studio, so getting to meet new people is always fun.

I also encourage anyone interested in these new paintings to email info@augusteclown.com to be put on the preview list. That way you have first dibs on the artwork :D

Many thanks for reading!

Monday
Aug032015

Bad Dads VI

Man, I love Wes Anderson.

And for the sixth straight year, Spoke Art is presenting their Bad Dads show and I'm thrilled to be taking part in it for the fourth straight year! They are doing a NYC pop-up event at Joseph Gross Gallery Aug 7-9 and tickets are competely sold out. Just check out the Facebook events page to see just how many people rsvp'd for this one.

I decided to go back to one of my favorite films, The Royal Tenenbaums, and pay tribute to the iconic dalmation mice and their creator. I present, "Fire Drill" and he measures 6" x 8" and is acrylic on maple. For purchase inquiries, please contact spokeartgallery@gmail.com. There will also be 30 limited edition prints available from the gallery.

Friday
Jul172015

Summer Sale!

 

I've got a huge shop update with all my Happy Food APs, new prints and these 3 originals from previous shows. Everything will go live at 3pm EDT today (Friday July 17th). I'm even throwing in a discount code for 20% off your entire purchase -- use SUMMER20 when you check out and it's good now through July 25th. Have fun shopping and thank you!

Monday
Jul132015

Brand New I'm Not Hungry Kitten

Hello everyone!
I'd like to introduce you to my latest I'm Not Hungry painting, "Meow & Peep" (8.5" x 11", acrylic on maple, $500). This piece is for the Kute as Fuh! show at Piq Grand Central Terminal, NYC opening this Friday, July 17th at 7pm. There's over 45 international artists for this show and from other pieces I've seen, it's going to be a super cute one! There are no pre-sales for this show, so if you're not going to the opening you can either call the shop at 7pm EDT Friday (212.867.0969) to purchase or wait until Monday when everything will be put online (that hasn't sold at over the weekend).

I'd also like to give everyone a heads up that I will be posting a bunch of APs from my Happy Food show, along with 3 originals from previous shows in my own shop on Friday at 3pm EDT. I'll post again Friday morning with some more details and maybe even a discount code ;)

Thanks for reading and hope you all have a great week!
-Kristin

Saturday
Jul112015

20% Off CRM X Modify Watches

Hi everyone!
Thanks to everyone that participated in the Modify contest and congratulations to the two winners - Anna and Adam!
If you didn't win, don't worry, you can still have one of your very own Cuddly X Modify watches because my collection has just been released! You can find them at Modify Watches/Cuddly.
Best part: use the code CUDDLY20 for 20% off! (good now through 7/18)
Thank you again and have fun shopping!
Kristin

Wednesday
Jul082015

Cuddly X Modify Watches Contest!

Hey everybody,
I've got some exciting news that I wanted to share with you. I'm releasing my own collection of delicious, fun and yes! time telling Modify Watches in a few days!

And the best part -- right now until Friday, you can vote for your favorite one at woobox.com/ftbgwr for a chance to win one before they're available!

Woohoo!

Best of luck-
Kristin

Tuesday
Jun232015

WonderGround Gallery in WDW!

I wanted to let everyone know that I will be having a 2 day signing at the brand new WonderGround Gallery in Downtown Disney at the Walt Disney World® Resort! This Friday, June 26th and Saturday, June 27th I'll be at WonderGround in the Marketplace Co-Op from 5pm - 8pm each day, signing prints and merchandise (along with doodling, chatting about Disney, taking pictures and giving out hugs).

I can't wait! Hope to see you there! Thanks everyone :)

Tuesday
May192015

"Happy Food" and LA Adventures

I'm back from another jam packed trip to the West Coast and boy am I tired! Ed and I just love it out there and always have the best time. We started with a lovely morning at the LACMA. I was especially excited to see their special exhibition, Nature and the American Vision: The Hudson River School (no photos allowed, but it was amazing and so moving in person). We were also greeted by the genius "Urban Light" by Chris Burden:

And just around through the entrance was the amazing "Levitated Mass" by Michael Heizer. So powerful in person!

By the way, all these photos are by my husband, Ed Mironiuk. He has such a better eye for framing than I do :)

At this point in the trip, the clouds thickened and the wind picked up and it seemed like we were back in Jersey. Just as we were headed to the line of food trucks for some lunch the heavens opened up and we rushed to our car to have some delicious mexican food. It seems that it always rains when we go to the coast and boy, do they need every drop they can get!

We finished up at the museum and met up with friends at a coffee shop nearby. The rain tapered off at that point and the sun even came out. It turned into another beautiful day in Los Angeles.

Later on, we stopped by Gallery 1988 to see my show all hung. It's always such a thrill to see months of work filling up a room as I'm usually worried that it won't fill a closet. The great folks over there always do such a wonderful job, I can't thank them enough for all that they do.

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The morning of the show, we woke up to some more rain and wind. Not a problem! Ed and I wanted to venture out to the ocean, grabbing a sushi burrito from the Jogasaki food truck. We took it over to the beach and once again, the clouds parted and the sun came out. It turned into another perfect California day overlooking the Santa Monica Pier.

We jumped into our car and headed up the PCH, passing all the surfers and beautiful homes along the coast. Then a trip through Malibu Canyon, to head to the Hollywood Hills to try and find the iconic Chemosphere House. Built in 1960 by John Lautner it's an amazing structure.

Now, I must admit, I'm not a fan of driving through the hills. The twisting turns and tiny road (with two way traffic) makes my stomach turn. But the views and the homes more than make up for it! Our gps said that we had arrived at the address but alas, no Chemosphere. We drove a bit further to the end of the street and turned around to head back to the hotel. Then we looked up...

Success!! So gosh darn cool!

Back to the hotel to try and relax for an hour or so before dinner with friends at MudHen Tavern.

It was such a great meal of little tapas style plates. Definitely recommended if you're in the Melrose/Highland area of LA.

Dun dun dun!! The big opening. Jitters, sweating a bit and wondering if anyone would show up. From the moment we walked in around 7:30 till 10pm the gallery was just about full. I met so many wonderful people (a couple from Australia even!), old friends and new, I was overwhelmed by the kind words and smiles. I'm getting choked up a bit just thinking about it again. Thank you so very much. And darn it - we totally forgot/didn't even have a chance to take any photos! You can see the whole show online at Gallery 1988. We ended the evening at the iconic Pink's around the corner for a hot dog.

The next day we spent with one of our favorite people, walking around Los Angeles which we had never done before. We went to the Bradbury Building (think "Blade Runner"):

Past some really spectacular buildings like the Grand Central Square Apartments:

Look at the fascade! Never saw cow skulls with horns on a building before.

Had some lunch at the Grand Central Market which has been there since 1917! We even went to the Los Angeles Public Library and saw the most amazing lobby:

Surrounded by murals depicting the history of California it was truly breathtaking.

Whew! Back in the car and then off to the airport for our red eye to NJ.

I hope that you enjoyed my tale as much as we enjoyed experiencing it. Coming back home is lovely, but it doesn't beat the excitement and love of friends + art + architecture.

Thank you.

-Kris



Friday
May082015

Jiggle!

Here's another sneak peek from my solo, Happy Food. May I present...

"Jiggle"

What can I say, I just love painting Jell-o! And green Jell-o, well, that's the ultimate, isn't it?

The show opens next Friday (May 15th), at Gallery 1988 (East) from 7 - 10pm. I'll be there, along with my hubby and 30 of my happy, tasty friends. Hope to see you there :)