to purchase prints and originals online: “Not Forgotten”
Thanks to everyone who came out to support Guy for his opening of “Not Forgotten”. It was an amazing turnout! Prints and originals are for sale here: Not Forgotten. The show will be up until 2/6 so if you were unable to make the opening please come by! Gallery hours are Wed-Mon 12-8pm.
Just a reminder to come join us for our next gallery opening, “Not Forgotten”, featuring the works of Guy Ursitti. Check out our online pre-sale here: Not Forgotten Pre-sale
The event is sponsored by Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum and Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer. We will be serving up tasty rum cocktails to keep you warm while you enjoy the art.
After the opening event, head over to Passenger Bar (S3rd and Roebling) with us as we keep the party going with hot warm holiday cider for just $7 and $1 off drafts when you bring the flyer with you. Be sure to pick one up at Eight of Swords before you leave!
Please join us at the Eight of Swords Gallery on Friday, December 13th for the opening reception of “Not Forgotten”. The after party will be held at Passenger Bar on S 3rd and Roebling from 11pm to close. Drink specials all night long with the show flyer!
“Not Forgotten” is comprised of works that were originally intended to become tattoos for Guy Ursitti’s clients. These drawings and ideas were conceived during his travels but never became fully realized or were re-worked from the originals. Not satisfied to let these images lay in waste, he decided to bring them to life on paper. All works in this show are mixed media (ink, water color, and acrylic).
About the Artist:
Born and raised in Downtown Manhattan, Artist/Tattooer Guy Ursitti has been in the tattoo game long before skin art became fashionable in mainstream pop-culture. Drawn to the fine arts from a young age, Guy became intrigued with tattoo culture at 11 years old when he perused his first tattoo magazine. The fire was lit, sparking the evolution of catholic school boy to mad scientist, to artist and Tattooer Man. His motivation stems from the desire to bring together art and tattooing, while simultaneously breaking traditional rules to create cohesive visual masterpieces. Influenced mainly by modern and classical illustration, Japanese and Traditional tattooing, and his urban downtown world, this well rounded artist says, “Modern tattoo plays a big role in my current interests and I often find inspiration from the people directly in my line of site, such as the people I work with and am surrounded by.”
Though always fascinated with the arts, Guy chose to follow a more traditional path attending SUNY Cortland as a Physics major. It wasn’t long until he realized that his passion for drawing and painting would not take second seat to science. Guy graduated from The Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC with a B.A. in Fine Arts with a concentration in Illustration.
Always seeking innovative ways to manipulate mediums and evolve as an artist and tattooer, Guy Ursitti has and continues to push the limits of conventional techniques and boundaries with the skill, dedication, and creative conceptualization of a true master of his craft.
The paintings will be on display in our gallery until February 13th.
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