Scott A. Sant'Angelo, 29 November 2014, 12:51 PM
“I’m interested in juxtaposing traditional handmade crafts with extreme elements found on the fringes of society. My work can be described as opposing forces colliding at lightening speed. Imagery found in vintage tattoos, the occult, and motorcycle gangs are stitched together with recycled materials using techniques usually relegated to your Grandmothers sewing circle. Serious, yet attempting to take on a B movie Horror film style where ridiculousness becomes genius. The question remains… Can I play with madness?”
Arkitip, Inc., 27 November 2014, 10:17 AM
Shop online at Arkitip and take advantage of our yearly sale.
There is no need to enter a coupon code, the discount will automatically be applied to all items you add to your shopping cart that are included in the sale.
Complete your personal collection of Arkitip or help start a new one and help us to…
• Support the arts
• Support freedom of expression
• Keep art affordable and accessible
Black Friday & Beyond Sale:
28, 29, 30 November – 01 December 2013.
Thank you for the continued support.
- Arkitip, Inc., 27 November 2014, 10:17 AM
Scott A. Sant'Angelo, 21 November 2014, 12:41 PM
Jean-Charles de Ravenel was born and educated in Paris where he owned an Antique Gallery. He now lives in the Bahamas where he creates collages, each of them being a unique composition comprising period documents, antique maps and various mementos. Each collage is a storyboard of one of his interests, either travel, history or art.
If in Los Angeles, some of his work is currently on display at Hollyhock till the end of December 2014.
927 North La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, California 90069
- Scott A. Sant'Angelo, 21 November 2014, 12:41 PM