Hi all I have to say this Fall has been just like my whole past two years kind of fucked up and crazy. So here is some news, I have been with out a studio for about 2 months now, new one should be ready real so though and I am super excited to meet new people and get back to work. Second bit is that I just got a new to me laptop since my other one crashed back in September and it is going to be a bit before I start posting pic's again. I am teaching again back up in St. Joe Mo at MWSU I have 3 classes this semester so that's pretty awesome and the more I work up there the more I realize I need to go back to school and get my MFA. Still have a solo show at City Ice Arts this Spring first friday of March 2014 still no show title though. Hoping to go visit my family for xmas that is all.
Here is a shot from Open Studios again. I painted a mural and installed eight paintings on top. The mural is something I am considering doing in a future exhibition. Half of these paintings are finished and half are not.
This image features John Raux & Seth Jenkins as part of their take on the Game Installation
This image features The Big Sho, he was the last participate in the Game he was so into it at one point he slide down one of the mini curve shapes and got injured. But after a little cry was ready for more, what an art trooper I say!
Luke Firle is a painter, hailing from Hematite, Missouri. He came to Kansas City to study at the Kansas City Art Institute in 2000 and graduated in 2002. He has since been featured locally often in both group and solo shows as well as regionally and nationally.
He works in a variety of paint mediums including acrylic, spray paint and oil to name a few. His inspirations include sports, architecture, music, and how the city and its inhabitants work as complex systems that interact and compete with one another. Raising questions that we as people of this day and time must incorporate into our daily lives. Which is intriguing to him since he grew up in a rural community and how the two are similar in their deconstructing and reconstructing of their environments.