Variegated Visions

March 25 - April 11, 2017
Opening Night March 25th 7-11pm

Variegated Visions is a collection of original work by Seattle artist Ten Hundred. It explores the beautiful and mysterious goings-on of another world. His collection mashes up comic book, anime, and pop surrealism influences brought to life in delicious tropical colors.

The opening night reception takes place Saturday, March 25 from 7-11pm. Also opening are exhibitions by Essi Zimm and Konecki. Curated by Jason Ostro. The event is free and open to the public. DJ Jonathan Williams spinning. Sponsored by Original New York Seltzer. Street parking or $8 at 3001 Beverly Blvd or Uber/Lyft. Gabba Gallery is located at 3126 Beverly Blvd.

Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday noon-3pm and by appointment. On view through April 15.

Ten Hundred (Peter Robinson) is an artist and designer from Seattle, WA. He was born raised in Michigan and moved around the United States before settling in Seattle in 2006. He specializes in bright, colorful, imaginative character work. He is inspired by cartoons and anime, street art and graffiti, childlike imagination, comics, world cultures, religions, and folklore. He spends his time creating fine art, gallery shows, clothing, toys and figurines, designing art for businesses, and creating large murals. Recently he has done work with Nordstrom, Converse, Jet Blue, Caffe Vita, Sasquatch Music Festival and more. Ten Hundred is creating his own alternate reality one piece of art at a time.