It's a New Year! and a new exhibit opens at iMPeRFeCT Gallery. Richard St.Clair's new exhibit "American Bikers" will run from Jan. 17 thru Jan. 31 Dick St. Clair spent 35 years riding, traveling and recording the infamous "Biker" scene within the American landscape. He and his fellow adventurers shared the freedom of roaming from coast to coast on their self-crafted motorcycles. The paintings in the exhibition captures the spirit that moved this gathering of Free Souls. For more on Dick's work, visit his website artoftheroad.com Opening Party images  

It's a New Year! and a new exhibit opens at iMPeRFeCT Gallery.


Richard St.Clair's new exhibit "American Bikers" will run from Jan. 17 thru Jan. 31

Dick St. Clair spent 35 years riding, traveling and recording the infamous "Biker" scene within the American landscape. He and his fellow adventurers shared the freedom of roaming from coast to coast on their self-crafted motorcycles. The paintings in the exhibition captures the spirit that moved this gathering of Free Souls.

For more on Dick's work, visit his website artoftheroad.com

Opening Party images


 

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Those present say Thomas Casetta was born with a 45 of "Louie Louie" in one hand, while whistling the B side "Haunted Castle" and duct tape and crayons in the other when his mother finally got him out of the womb. He's usually found championing and curating music on his radio program "Listen Up" that streams weekly at G-Town Radio.

The exhibit in the RedRoom, "Mix Media" by Thomas Casetta has been extended until Jan. 31, 2015