Featuring "My Family Album" by Stephanie Wood
Also sharing works from Hellbrand Leather, J Bon Clothing, 3R Customs, Drew Mcguckin & Chris Glen
NACHO MAMA'S GALLERYWalking into the Exchange building after not doing so for years was a little surreal. It is obviously still trying to shake off the same dust I am. The few spaces utilized were all galleries and only one drew your attention on this night. How could it not? Chill hip-hop music was spun from steel wheels inside the WoodGrain Gallery and wound its way out into the central hall where it gently grabbed you by the ear and pulled you closer. Chatter and laughter came from multitudes of hip, stylish, tattooed, pierced, friendly, fashionably yet comfortably dressed Orlando urbanites, that poured into and spilled out of the gallery. Obviously this was the place to be tonight. What was more obvious upon entering was that this gallery is not your mother's gallery.
|Hitchcock - By Stephanie Wood|
|Wavelength - by Drew Mcguckin|
So, was this an art gallery, a clothing store, a leather accessories workshop, a studio? The answer to those questions is YES! You need to go by and visit during operating hours. Stephanie is very approachable and does her work from the studio she has there.
WoodGrain Gallery on Pine St.
101 S. Garland Ave.
Orlando, FL 32801
Open to the public : Monday - Thursday; 1pm - 7pm
Art Zombie is hard to define. He buried his dream to be an artist many years ago and has just recently exhumed it to pursue the art world in central Florida and devour its fleshy offerings. You can experience his broad insatiable appetite by visiting the M.W.KIMMEL blog or liking his Facebook Page.