Thursday, December 27, 2012

Solo Show in January 2013...eeeeeek! :)


Come one, come all! I'll be showing around 38 pieces with their accompanying narratives. The show opens January 11th and concludes February 13th with the artist's reception to be held on January 17th (yes, a Thursday) from 11 to noon. I know this is a rough time for most of you to make it out, but please plan on stopping in for a visit while the show is up. The last solo show I had was in Dorchester, Maryland and what I remember most fondly is that the place was packed and everyone was taking their time, looking at the images and reading the narratives and laughing...belly laughing. It was GREAT! If you need a good post-holiday laugh please check out my Strange Vintage Fictions show.

The show will be in Communications Hall gallery at Northampton Community College. More info to be found on the Facebook event page!



Northampton Community College
3835 Green Pond Road
Bethlehem, PA 18020
610-861-5300


Wednesday, November 21, 2012

THE BLACKEST OF FRIDAYS


HEY KIDS! Everything in my Etsy store is 15% off from Friday, November 23 - Sunday, November 25, 2012. That includes books, prints, postcards and all sort of other goodies. It's a great place to find things for the odd one on your list. If they are fans of Edward Gorey or Tim Burton or the like, this is a great store for them. Just use coupon code: BLACKNESS at checkout.

And as always, BUY FROM SMALL BUSINESSES and not from those BIG CHAIN STORES. Support the small guys out there trying to earn a living. Happy and creepy shopping to all!

HaggisVitae on Etsy
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Saturday, October 6, 2012

SPOOKTASTIC SHOW, COME ON OUT!

I'll have about six pieces in this most awesome show. Please come out and say hi if you live anywhere nearby. Should be a great night. Per the Facebook Event Page: ______________________________ The Alternative Gallery is proud to officially announce Last Gallery on the Left, our 80s Horror Film themed art exhibit!!! The most fun decade in the existence of Horror cinema will be at the forefront of our very first Halloween show with artwork featuring all the iconic and obscure characters we've grown to love. Exhibiting Artists: - Kenny Phifer
- Brad Johnson
- Hero
- Bob Postupak
- Alexander Clare
- Marlayna Prible
- Tom Evans
- Julie Miller
- Cynthia Rodriguez
- Nikki Obertubessing
- Matthew Martnick
- Artist Svajone
- Bobby Zeik
- Chris Jones
- Brysen Kinslow
- Margie Long
- Nicole Smith
- Ben Dudden
In addition to the artwork we'll have all the best horror music scores playing, and tons of fun activities including:

FREE Swag Bags to anyone who comes in costume (limited quantities) Raffles + Giveaways Halloween Dance Party!

+ Our 'Worst Costume' Contest

We encourage you to dress up in awesome costumes, but here we'll be giving out prizes for what we feel are the worst costumes at the show.

Join us at Made In Brazil for our Halloween Dance Party! Come in costume to get exclusive specials!

Our official afterparty will be happening from 10 PM until 2 AM! There will be a live DJ and karaoke all night, as well as a special gallery menu until midnight.

Opening Reception: 7-10PM
Exhibit Duration: October 12-November 2 7-10PM
FREE Show - All Ages

There is an on-site ATM for you convenience.

The Alternative Gallery
904 W. Hamilton St.
Allentown, PA

610-462-3282
484-358-5413
610-905-4899
facebook.com/TheAlternativeGallery

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Admiral "Worms" Wormsgau

Admiral "Worms" Wormsgau
His countenance was bisected, for whatever reason, mirroring the two worlds he inhabited simultaneously. The left half of his face dwelled in the here and now, reveling in the joys around him. It was this half that attracted all things wild and lovely. It was this cheek on which he etched a small heart. In direct contrast, the right half was forever tinged with sorrow and longing for the rest of his genetic tree buried in stone graves, or lost on ocean floors, or parts scattered to the four corners. He seemed to crave these people he'd never met. His complete smile was something his loved ones would never know.  


Thursday, March 8, 2012

Some Low But Indestructible Form Of Life

Some Low But Indestructible Form Of Life

She had documented that it was, in fact, alive and that it had seemingly human ears and other facial features. But alas, she missed the exact moment it became self aware, opened its shining eyes and yawned silently.



Saturday, February 25, 2012

HaggisVitae SALES on Etsy


I found a bunch of pendants I had made that were no longer on my Etsy site, so I took a bit of time and re-added them, then put them on SALE.

A BIG BIG sale!!

They are all about 1/2 price. Take a look. Go to my etsy page and click on the category SALE.

HAGGISVITAE's Etsy store. I also have both books as well as lots of other artwork available for you to procure for your very own. Etsy is a great place to find very unique gifts. So if you have any friends or family who enjoy dark, eerie, haunting, insane and fun things, my shop is a great place to start. Anyone who loves Tim Burton, Edward Gorey, etc, will find a home there. Gros bisous! (numerous kisses!)

New FaceBook HaggisVitae Page

Brand new FaceBook page for all things HaggisVitae. Here I'll post information about gallery shows, new art work I've just finished, books, sales, etc. So if you're on FB go there and LIKE it. I promise it won't be all business. We can chat, you can give me feedback, and on and on. Check er out!

Big thanks for everything.

And remember what Dr. Seuss said,

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.”


Sunday, February 12, 2012

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Lunar Arrangements at Dalet Gallery - A Group Show



Come one, come all. Next Friday evening, February 3rd from 5-9pm at Dalet Gallery in Philly. Lunar Arrangement, a group show featuring 6 artists kicks off with an opening reception. It's First Friday in Philly, so plan to get there early and see the other gallery offerings.

There was a bit of contention about the title of the show, originally it was to be called "Lunar Derangements" which I think I liked more than the other artists. But I think my work fits the deranged bit more than their work, so I completely understand. I'd love to see any and all who'd like to come say hi at the show. I believe I have around 14 pieces on the walls. Quite exciting! BE THERE!

Friday, January 6, 2012

When Twain Meets Brain

When Twain Meets Brain
He had read Mark Twain's "Pudd'nhead Wilson" and though he loved the story with all its social commentary, the title seemed to influence his daily life most. He was asked to hang the puddings every week and did so without question. But this time the blankness of their forms ate at his soul. He could not allow it to continue. This time it would be different.