watercolor / pen and ink
Check out my homeboy, Logan. He’s dope at this art game.
Thought I would throw out a hand full of designs/illustrations, that I’ve done for Super 8 Clothing Brand, and will potentially turn into shirts/hoddies/sweaters/jackets/etc. in the coming months!
I’ve got a few more in the works and may be posting them in the coming days, so stay tuned!
Had to redo all of these….but ya know….watevs….the only one that looks any different is the swag dude and the skull….you’ll see the skull in a second
This is the “Unrealized Future” series. Now that I have graduated college, my future is very much in the air. I have no idea where I’ll be in just 2 or 3 months, let alone a year. It has made very anxious and this series is a way in which to prepare myself for everything. Each piece represents a possible timeline and direction in my life. There will be nine pieces once it is complete.
OMAR ABBAS’ SOLO EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK CITY
Berkeley College is exhibiting the work of Omar Abbas, a recent graduate of East Carolina University, at its New York City Midtown Gallery, First Floor Lobby, 3 East 43rd Street.
This exhibit is on display from August 6 through 31 – Monday through Friday – from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm and on Saturday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. An artist’s reception will be held on Thursday, August 9, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.
You can check out more of his work at www.omarpaints.com
For more information, contact Omar Abbas by phone 704.254.6766 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
elizabeth seated, 199
oil on linen, 40x30”
Jason Bard Yarmosky, oil on canvas 83”x57”.
The new works explore the physical process of aging while placing an emphasis on the youthfulness of spirit. Fashioned in children’s costumes, the couple engages in playful and tender moments, leaving subjective room for interpretation as the couple is shrouded in a bleak darkness and yet appear peaceful.