Stranger Factory is pleased to announce:
Invisible Monsters, a new solo exhibition by contemporary painter, Mike Egan.
Available NOW for online purchase!
Mike Egan is known for works that explore life and death and the thin veil between the two, expressed in bold lines and color. His new body of work, produced while under self-quarantine, is an exquisite survey and summary of the human condition during these Pandemic Times.
Egan received a degree in Fine Art from Edinboro University and his work is influenced by his educational emphasis on block printing, early appreciation of traditional and prison-style tattoo design, and later experience as a funeral director.
Invisible Monsters and Midnight: Summer Encore are currently on display and available for individual or small group viewings, by appointment only.
You can view and purchase the entire show online here.
Three days until Bewitching III, so why not show you three spooky contributions to the show?
“Oozing” by Joe Scarano is a nice evil and melty mix of floating Halloween goodness.
Mike Egan has our lucky number attached to his “Halloween House”. There is still room for the last 2 skulls in the house, should we pull you up a chair?
Chris Ryniak’s little monster “Gourdwort” will light up the night since his ribs tend to glow.
Bewitching III opens this Friday, October 11 at Stranger Factory with more ghouls and ghosts than Scooby Doo could ever imagine!
I think after the Halloween holiday is over, I will still say stuff is perfect for Halloween all year around.
Mike Egan has a new colorway (brown and cream) of his Bones vinyl. I was able to obtain the first two colorways at this past year’s sdcc, and this piece is really pops. Bones stands at approximately 8 inches tall and made of Japanese cream colored soft vinyl (sofubi) with an aged brown rub. This is manufactured by the great Luke Rook/Grody Shogun. These are limited to only 40 and $45, and only available here.