One of my oldest and dearest friends, Lena Morton, is finally coming out from under her metaphorical social rock. She’s one of the most talented and sweetest people I’ve ever had the privilege to know – and she’s a superb visual artist.
She’s having a public art exhibition, in collaboration with Untamed Empire and Xane Asiamah. Xane Asiamah, someone of whose existence I found out only a few months ago, is another stunner artist. In case the name sounds familiar, he’s the guy I lauded in this blog post, and he’s the lit guy that did the cover illustration for my On the Ceiling series.
At the time of this post’s publishing, the very first day – the grand opening – has passed. But the exhibition itself is going on for the rest of the week. If you have a moment in the upcoming week, please go. It means a lot to me, and I’m sure it would mean a lot to them. I’m sad I can’t go myself, given that I’m like, across the world, but please go if you can. Thanks. Love you!
(Details in the flyer below.)