AFTCP Kickoff with DJ Sharyn Stone and A Good Cause

Just one month until Art For the Cash Poor 2018! It’s been crazy here at InLiquid’s home office, getting ready for this huge block party next month–our 19th to be exact. We’re ecstatic to be hosting the event at Spring Arts District of Callowhill this year–a new change of pace from our home in Crane Arts.

On top of this, we’re hosting a kickoff party (you’re invited!) with Matt Beierschmitt, a.k.a DJ Sharyn Stone at Love City Brewing Company, where guests can enjoy brews, bites, and beats all the while benefiting the AIDS Fund.  Matt has worked with the AIDS Fund for over 5 years and is equally passionate about the cause as he is for DJing:

Matt Beierschmitt, a.k.a DJ Sharyn Stone

“One the greatest developments I’ve seen since having been at AIDS Fund is our HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns. The epidemic is not over. People are still being infected, but now the hardest hit communities are no longer gay white men, so many people aren’t listening or throwing their support behind the cause. Other communities are being ravaged by this disease and still need our help, especially when 1 in 4 new infections are among youth aged 13 through 24.”

All ticket sales will raise money for this cause, as well as grant guests a special sneak peek at select artwork that will be available at AFTCP’s Main Event, all the while jamming to Matt’s groove.

“[DJing] is a great way for me to be social and have a good time.  It takes me out of my comfort zone,”  says Matt, “when the crowd is really feeling a certain genre, I challenge myself to keep finding bops in that genre so they will keep dancing.”

I like the sound of that!  We’re looking forward to a fun night–see you there.

Get your tickets for the Kickoff Party today! 

Jenn is a painter! Mostly she's an oil painter, though she's been known to use just about any medium available at a given moment.

She Loves to paint. It's pretty much all she wants to do.
Shes Loves to paint the world and the beautiful things in it — 
and she Loves that people really Love her paintings of our beautiful world and the beautiful things in it!

There is nothing really special about Jenn, she's just painter who paints... just about anything, just about all the time. 

P.S. She's a bit of a formalist — her world is made up of line, color, shape, form, structure, composition and plasticity. And, while she paint from observation, the subject of the painting is not her objective. The process of painting is her objective — the process of how to best use the medium, often oil paint, to create and subjugate form on the two dimensional surface of the canvas.
Jenn Hallgren

Jenn is a painter! Mostly she's an oil painter, though she's been known to use just about any medium available at a given…

Jenn is a painter! Mostly she's an oil painter, though she's been known to use just about any medium available at a given moment.

She Loves to paint. It's pretty much all she wants to do.
Shes Loves…

Jenn is a painter! Mostly she's an oil painter, though she's been known to use just about any medium available at a given moment.

She Loves to paint. It's pretty much all she wants to do.
Shes Loves to paint the world…

Looking at Mother Nature, Human Nature and the Environment through witty use of mixed media to create abstract, surreal, colorful small work on wood panels. Collaged bits of old paintings and transfer printing of found images and patterns, along with acrylic paint/colored pencil/water color are transformed into landscapes or seascapes populated by fanciful creatures. Materials and subject matter reflect the artist's concern for the environment.
Rosalind Bloom

Looking at Mother Nature, Human Nature and the Environment through witty use of mixed media to create abstract, surreal,…

Looking at Mother Nature, Human Nature and the Environment through witty use of mixed media to create abstract, surreal, colorful small work on wood panels. Collaged bits of old paintings and transfer…

Looking at Mother Nature, Human Nature and the Environment through witty use of mixed media to create abstract, surreal, colorful small work on wood panels. Collaged bits of old paintings and transfer printing of found images…

Relationships
(I always say) are never easy:
especially those between
color, shape, texture, space . . .
and tension.
The relationship of the part to the part,
the part to the whole and the relationship
of the piece to the viewer . . . no matter
what materials I use is all important.
I use titles to emotionalize these abstract
pieces to help communicate a connection
between the individual and
the universal whole.

In the metal pieces I use recycled aluminum
printing press plates which I sand,
cut and glue onto wood panels, they are
about energy and light, patterns and
motion, all influenced by the microcosm
of life forms, biology, and a
hint of satire.
Dolores Poacelli

Relationships
(I always say) are never easy:
especially those between
color, shape, texture, space . . .
and tension.
The…

Relationships
(I always say) are never easy:
especially those between
color, shape, texture, space . . .
and tension.
The relationship of the part to the part,
the part to the whole and the relationship
of…

Relationships
(I always say) are never easy:
especially those between
color, shape, texture, space . . .
and tension.
The relationship of the part to the part,
the part to the whole and the relationship
of the piece…

By enabling the viewer to experience the emotional reality of the subjects Deborah Caiola paints, she attempts to challenge assumptions and mainstream beliefs, and celebrate that which unites us as humans.
Deborah Caiola

By enabling the viewer to experience the emotional reality of the subjects Deborah Caiola paints, she attempts to challenge…

By enabling the viewer to experience the emotional reality of the subjects Deborah Caiola paints, she attempts to challenge assumptions and mainstream beliefs, and celebrate that which unites us as humans.…

By enabling the viewer to experience the emotional reality of the subjects Deborah Caiola paints, she attempts to challenge assumptions and mainstream beliefs, and celebrate that which unites us as humans.…

Keith Breitfeller paints color fields with oil paint on canvas. The gradation is meditative and spiritual.
Keith R. Breitfeller

Keith Breitfeller paints color fields with oil paint on canvas. The gradation is meditative and spiritual.…

Keith Breitfeller paints color fields with oil paint on canvas. The gradation is meditative and spiritual.…

Keith Breitfeller paints color fields with oil paint on canvas. The gradation is meditative and spiritual.…

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