Wave Pool Gallery was proud to present ‘Start Over Tomorrow While There’s Still Time,’ an exhibition showcasing artists who embrace wit and absurdity through ink on paper as a way to better cope with everyday life. This group exhibition featured quirky line work and unpredictable texts that inspire us, give us positive energy, and make us smile.
Artists included Karen Boyhen, Macartney Greer, Kyle Knobel, Nathaniel Russel, and Evan Verrilli.
Several of the artists also put on public interactive events as a way to extend their work out into the community. Kyle Knobel, a visiting artist from San Francisco, hosted a record club listening party at the gallery on March 3rd, encouraging attendees to bring a few songs they are excited about to share. At Urban Artifact on March 16th, Karen Boyhen similarly engaged with the public, drawing pictures of anyone interested in having a portrait done and listed their ‘likes and dislikes’ next to their image.
The exhibition opened with an reception with the artists on March 2nd from 6-9pm and ran until April 6th, 2019.
Everyone is welcome. Strictly good vibes.