August 2 – 24: MARKED: The Art, Body, & Soul of the Tattoo Artist
-This exhibition features artists from four Metro Detroit tattoo and art studios each with their own individual style and body of work influenced by the tattoo culture. Work includes illustrations, mixed-media, paintings, pyrography, sculpture, and more.
“As an artist who is learning the trade of tattooing, I find the intersection of the traditions of fine art and tattoo art to be incredibly interesting.” – Kyle Pryce, Eternal Tattoos Inc., Livonia
Artists and the tattoo parlors each represent include: Josh Barg and Keith Opalinski of Electric Parks Tattoo, Detroit; Joey Gonyea, Dennis Halbritter, TJ Hodge, Brook Jacoby, Corey Lewis, Andrew PK, Kyle Pryce, Cheryl Tash, and Trent Thompson of Eternal Tattoos Inc., Livonia; Bill Crawford and Ginny Neumann of Grand Boulevard Tattoo Company, Detroit; and Aura Dalian, Aaron Ruby and Jay Wheeler of North Main Tattoo Studio & Art Gallery, Plymouth.
Selected Artwork: More on view and for sale at the Art House gallery.
Tattoo and You: Public Photographs.
In association with the MARKED exhibition will be a installation of tattoo images submitted by the public. To have an image of your tattoo be included in the installation, post your image to Instagram or Facebook with the #northvillearthousetattoo, then visit the Art House on Friday, August 2 at 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm for the exhibition’s opening and during the month of August to see if your image made the exhibition. For more details>>
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About our Exhibits
Every month, the Northville Art House features an art exhibition in the upper gallery. These exhibits highlight the work of some of the
finest artists in Metro Detroit and throughout the country, in all mediums and genres. The work of emerging artists is also presented on an upper level exhibition wall. Opening receptions take place the First Friday of the month and are always free and open to the public.
Everyone is welcome at the Art House. We offer a variety of programs and services to make the Art House accessible to you. If you would like to view one of our exhibits and are a person with disabilities, please contact us to make arrangements to bring the art to our lower gallery or another accessible building.