Halloween Festival

Much of the weekend went to installing Sean Sobczak’s Light sculpture installation in my gallery at CLU. I met Sean on Halloween at a party in Hollywood at Luca’s studio about eight years ago. He was dressed as Jesus, and was so convincing that I asked him to model  for me for the Crucifixion painting. We’ve been good friends ever since. He makes fabulous dream-like sculptures from fabric and LED lights, that are simply beautiful. Here’s a shot of his new octopus piece.

The Third annual CLU Halloween Festival.

Friday evening, October 31st, starting at 6.00pm

We will have FREE pumpkin pie, a scary ballerina performance, Michael Jackson Impersonator Miki Kiss, a costume competition (wear yours and win a fabulous prize!), Jim Connolly’s haunting live music and most important, the opening and lighting up of Sean’s incredible light sculpture exhibit.
You MUST come. You know you want to…

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Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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1 Response to Halloween Festival

  1. I’ll be coming! Tonight I worked on my steampunk costume, and it’s coming together pretty well, although nobody will know what the heck I am. Ah, well. But the students’ showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show begins at 7, and I’m really tempted to go to that…. bummer that the two things overlap. Re: the light sculptures, the squid is neat, but I miss my friend the dragon.

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