RIVERSIDE, CA - Perry Picasshoe, a multifaceted artist and queer Chicano UCLA alum, is set to unveil his highly-anticipated solo art show, "RED THOUGHTS," on November 2nd from 6-9pm and November 4th from 12-9pm at theBLVE ROSE gallery in downtown Riverside, located at 3770 Orange St, Riverside, CA 92501.
Closing reception will be held on November 18th from 1-9pm alongside the Festival of Lights.
Perry Picasshoe is a master of his craft, wielding a diverse array of artistic mediums such as painting, photography, cinematography, sculpture, and clothing design. His work reflects the intersection of queer identity and Chicano culture, providing a nuanced and deeply personal perspective.
At "RED THOUGHTS," visitors can expect a rich tapestry of creative expression, featuring a wide range of paintings and clothing pieces. The show promises an immersive experience, with a free photo strip booth for attendees to capture memories of the event. As a special treat, the first 20 guests from each day will receive complimentary sunflowers, a favorite from the artist.
For further inquiries about "RED THOUGHTS" or to schedule interviews with Perry Picasshoe, please contact Perry at Perry.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us in celebrating the vibrant intersection of queer and Chicano culture at the "RED THOUGHTS" art show. Don't miss this opportunity to experience the world through the eyes of a visionary artist.
About Perry Picasshoe:
Perry Picasshoe is a queer Chicano artist and clothing designer based in Southern California. With a diverse range of artistic mediums at his disposal, Perry's work reflects the intersections of identity, culture, and artistic expression. His dedication to inclusivity and innovation has led to collaborations with prominent industry players, cementing his place as a visionary artist.
Dates: November 2nd from 6-9pm and November 4th from 12-9pm
November 18th from 1-9pm
Location: BLVE ROSE Gallery, 3770 Orange St, Riverside, CA 92501