Spreading fear and mayhem in the visual arts.

by suzanne_tumblr on November 13th, 2009

Toyland by Nicoletta Ceccoli, 8.5 x 11 inches, acrylic on paper.

On show at Copro Nason, Santa Monica, until November 28.

Nicoletta Ceccoli at Richard Goodall Gallery, Manchester

by Suzanne on December 12th, 2008


Charlotte by Nicoletta Ceccoli - click for details/larger view

The good people of Manchester's Richard Goodall Gallery have kindly invited me to see Nicoletta Ceccoli's first UK show which opens tomorrow.

By The Time You Are Real features new works made specifically for the Manchester show and a new range of prints. Weeeeee!

And who knows, maybe I'll actually finally make it up north in the new year to have a look at Nicoletta's magical little works with my own blurry eyes.


Eva by Nicoletta Ceccoli - click for details/larger view

Opening: Tomorrow, Saturday, December 13, 2008

On show: December 13, 2008 - January 31, 2009

Address: Richard Goodall Gallery, 103 High Street, Manchester, England, M4 1HQ, tel: +44 (0) 161 834 3330 | Map

Gallery hours: Wed - Fri: 11 AM - 6 PM, Sat: 12 - 4 PM

Preview show

Artist's website

Nicoletta Ceccoli, Chris Peters, Stella im Hultberg & friends

by Suzanne on July 22nd, 2007

Three recommendable exhibitions for readers from the California / Washington area:

Kukula and Nicoletta Ceccoli


Bee Dream. Acrylic on paper. 11.5"x15.5" © Nicoletta Ceccoli

Who: Kukula & Nicoletta

Where: Roq la Rue Gallery, 2312 2nd Avenue, Seattle/WA

When: On view till August 4, 2007.

Why: Because Kukula and Nicoletta beat every childhood sugar-rush.

Next-Gen - Art for the New Aeon


Sister Beatrice. Oil on canvas. 20"x16" © 2007 Chris Peters

Who: Chris Peters, Ron English, Lola, Chet Zar, Kris Lewis, Esao Andrews, Kukula's clone, Travis Louie, and many, many others.

Where: Copro Nason Gallery, 2525 Michigan Ave. T5, Santa Monica/CA

When: On view till August 4, 2007.

Why: Because you can also see the works of Paul Chatem in the same gallery! Weeee!

Crazy 4 Cult


The Big Tourist. Oil and ink on tea-stained paper. 9"x12" © 2007 Stella im Hultberg

Who: Over 50 artists reinterpret their favourite cult classic films with one-of-a-kind original artwork. Yup.

Where: Gallery 1988, 7020 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles/CA

When: On view till August 10, 2007.

Why: For the love of Marla Singer.