Pop Up Store in Tucson
On December 2nd 3rd & 4th we’ll be at 408 N. 4th Ave with a whole lot more of the weird and the wonderful. Opening night Dec. 2nd at 6pm and Saturday and Sunday from 2pm – 10pm.
Tucson Show September 10th 2016
We’ll be returning to Scratch Shack on Saturday September 10th for our next Tucson show.
Bisbee Show April 30th 2016
Our second show in Bisbee was our biggest yet!
On April 30th 2016 we again unleashed over 250 original paintings on a large crowd of patrons at Central School.
Another big crowd
A wall of art
A painting from a previous show acts as inspiration for students at Bisbee High School
This Artist found her own work in the show!
Over 250 paintings
Lookalike Contest winner
Road Trip! April 1st 2016
We’re taking the Trash on the road to California!
For one night only we’ll be having an exhibition at Don The Beachcombers in Huntington Beach. A whole bunch of brand new, never-before-shown artwork along with some classic old favorites will be on display, with most of them for sale.
We’re also very excited to be bringing The Surfbroads with us! A new surf-inspired band comprising 3 hot broads playing cool surf.
Advance Tickets now available at http://digitiki.com
Road Trip poster
Tucson AZ December 5th 2015
We’ll be having an exhibition in Tucson for one night only on December 5th at Scratch Shack, 245 W. Speedway from 6 pm. Admission is free, drinks will be available, and if you can’t find the perfect Christmas gift for that ‘someone special’, much of the Art will be for sale!
The Island Of Misfit Art poster
Bisbee AZ June 27th 2015
Photos by Gilles Brown
We had a great time in Bisbee. Central School is the perfect location to have an exhibition.
We’ll be back in the spring of 2016 to do it again.
A wall of Art
Poster For Bisbee Show
Steve Purdy, Bary Judd & Mark Bloom.
Patron, Curator & Docent
In a moment of insanity, Mark sells Poochy!
Maker House, Tucson AZ October 4th 2014
A great success!!
It was a wonderful show at Maker House. Several hundred curious patrons turned up, drank wine, pondered Art, laughed, smiled, drank wine, discussed, frowned, drank wine, and stayed for hours.
We must do this again!
Maker House Poster
Curator Steve Purdy and a dude that showed up because he was the spitting image of the dude in the Biker Jesus painting.