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it'S bEEN sURREAL

AN EXHIBITION
collage/mixed media

Featuring
Myself
Sherry Parker
Fred Free
Terry Flowers

at gallery 6 pdx in Portland, Oregon
November 1-December 1, 2013



the reception photos by Sherry Parker


My collages in the show...


Salivating Shoe Hayner 2013


Left Bee-Hind Hayner 2013


Happy Birthday Pill Box Hat Hayner 2013


PuzzledHayner 2013


Going Green Hayner 2013


Funny Bunny Hayner 2013


Birds of a Feather Hayner 2013


Violaceous Fancy Hayner 2013



Dylan
collage for rock photographer Bob Sheridan


The second of a series of mixed media collages in collaboration with rock photographer Bob Sheridan.
Slide show version


The first of a series of mixed media collages in collaboration with rock photographer Bob Sheridan.


A great opportunity to purchase some of Carl Heywards art (priced to sell)

 

Cha Cha Cha by Carl Heyward
Chinese anatomy charts, plastic tapes, acrylic paint

I have not posted any new, now also older work for awhile now as I have been busy with
projects- hopefully I will get to it soon.


 

I built and maintain a memorial website for Ronnie Montrose. He was not only a great and dear friend
but one of the most amazing guitarists of our time. He recently received a memoriam at the 2013 grammies.


There are some nice photos posted online @ artbusiness.com
that include the SCRAP exhibition at the ARC gallery.
They got the title wrong on my art work
it is not "Died Young" it is

"27"

as they (THE ROCK STARS IN THE ART WORK) all died in their 27th year
of living. They also got my name wrong- it is not Deb but Deborah Hayner.
Scrap had spelled my name wrong on the exhibition materials
so the name boo boo is Scrap's- and guess what- no one cares!-but me.


  The very first exhibit of the Landfillart Collection will take place in September of 2014. 
This "very prestigious museum" will choose approximately 230 pieces of art from our collection. 
The official announcement, by their marketing department,
will take place on April 22nd, 2013...EARTH DAY!


 

A lot more collages to come this year!

 


 

I'll be glad when this year is over!
BO LOZOFF DIED NOVEMBER 29th 2012

He was my dear friend and collaborator- we worked on lots of projects together-

I created this collage for Bo May 3 2006 where Bo Lozoff gave one of his illuminated talks
at the San Francisco Zen center. Bo and his wife Sita are the founders of the Human Kindness Foundation. They have been doing prison ministry for many years.

We had just developed his new cd- BO GOES COUNTRY

A LITTLE BOY IN THE LAND OF RHYME

Bo sent me a trophy that we won for our work

The Little Boy in the Land of Rhyme won Best Children's Book 2011
in the "Big Island Music Awards" ceremony
http://www.bigislandmusicawards.com).

written by Bo Lozoff~illustrated by Deborah Hayner

 


ATOMIC BOMB BUTTON


SCRAP Art Exhibition at Arc Gallery

Exhibition dates: Dec 1st to Jan 9th

Opening Preview Reception:
Fri, Nov 30th  6:30 to 9pm

2nd reception with hands-on creative reuse activity: Sat, Dec 8th 1 to 3pm

Arc Gallery hours are:  Weds & Thurs 12-5pm  & Sats 12-3pm

 


 

SPRINGBOX AND GALAGOO


FLOOD PLATY 21 3/4'W x 29"H


"27" Mixed Media 2012 Hayner

acetate in plastic containers


 

 

Ronnie Montrose
November 29, 1947 – March 3, 2012

A Concert For Ronnie Montrose

A Celebration of His Life In Music

SOLD OUT

In the news!

 

This portrait of Ronnie Montrose entitled "Voyager" will be avail at the short live auction
at the VIP after party. 

click here to view a larger version of VOYAGER

Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention...

 


 

 


 

The Little Boy in the Land of Rhyme won Best Children's Book 2011 in the "Big Island Music Awards" ceremony ( http://www.bigislandmusicawards.com).

written by Bo Lozoff~illustrated by Deborah Hayner

I received a lovely trophy in the mail!



PERCULID

 


 

EXCOR\

Cyclone Wildebeest

Homage to the End of the World
No.1 Mixed media 2012

Will be on exhibit at

PRESS RELEASE

also...

The Wildebeest in the Marinij.com

The Elements Exhibition
march 9 - april 27, 2012

Juror: Maria Medua, Director of the SF MOMA Artists Gallery

 

Theme: As an artist, how do you relate to the essential elements of our planet? This exhibit seeks works that comment on, express, or relate to the major elements: the substances which make up the earth, its oceans, and all forms of life on the planet


 

Deborah Colotti and myself at the E L E M E N T S exhibit.


3RD ANNUAL  

ALTERED BOOK SHOW / SILENT AUCTION

REVIEW IN THE SF CHRONICLE

150 outstanding book art works are on display in this eclectic,  

highly creative show, full of whimsy and humor, balanced by some  

serious art work that will knock your socks off!

 

This is a show you don't want to miss.

Opens Saturday, April 21, with a talk by Donna Seager at 4pm.  

Reception follows 5-7pm.

Show runs through May 26 with a live auction closing party on May 26 from 5-7pm.

 


I will be participating again this year in this Altered Book Silent Auction-

My contribution Doxy-Doo...

A necklace made from paper beads exhibited in a birds nest.


LIVE AUCTION PARTY-Saturday, May 21, 5 to 7 pm
Altered Book Show/Benefit



at Novato Arts Center at Hamilton Field        
500 Palm Drive, Nova to CA 94959         415.506.0137 
     
www.marinmoca.org


EXCOR
GRAND OPENING AT SOMARTS
IN SAN FRANCISCO ON JANUARY 7, 2012

Get Lucky Reviewed by Kenneth Baker for the SF Chronicle


Participating in this exhibition and book is a real honor- some of the bay areas finest mixed-media artists participated, and the final art works are sensational.  This should be a great showing and a fab book! Mark the date August 12th 7-9 in Berkeley.

Reception Photos

http://www.firehouseartcollective.blogspot.com/


The Book by Sherry Parker

On June 1, 2011 The Associated Press released a wonderful wire
service news story about the international Landfillart Project.
 
The story was featured in hundreds of newspapers
and many broadcast television news stories.

Current exhibits I am participating in...

EXCOR
GRAND OPENING AT SOMARTS
IN SAN FRANCISCO ON JANUARY 7, 2012


Excor#46
Artists from top to bottom:
Parker/Kuntz
Mateo
Hayner

EXCOR
Revival of Exquisite Corpse
In January 2010, a handful of North Bay artists began an underground adventure
which we call EXCOR, or the Revival of Exquisite Corpse. EXCOR is a
revitalization of the mid-20's Surrealist game, Exquisite Corpse – one of many
games of chance, discovery, and hilarity played as a diversion against the "raging
madness" of the decade. This is a blind collaborative visual exercise where one
artist begins by creating a head (of sorts), conceals it from the next who completes
the torso, and a third player is assigned the bottom of the creation – none of them
having seen the others' work. Notable artists of the time, such as Breton, Tanguy,
Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia, Ernst, and Miro produced some remarkable
creations via this game.
In our game, the completed EXCORs were unveiled in spirited ceremonies at
participating artists' studios throughout the year. The unveilings, which were
attended by all of the artists, have proven to be an exhilarating collaborative
experience yielding provocative creatures, unexpected symbolism, and creative
camaraderie. We now number 33 Northern California artists and have completed
our goal of 40 EXCORs.

EXCOR #1
Artists from top to bottom:
Sherry Parker
Jenny Honnert Abell
Hamlet Mateo



EXCOR #40
Artists from top to bottom:
Deborah Hayner
Jennifer Sturgill
Shane Weare



EXCOR Continued...


We had a very successful initial public showing in November in Santa Rosa,
which sparked tremendous interest in the EXCORs themselves, as well as in
the concept and its historical roots.
2011 will mark EXCOR's MIDLIFE. We plan to publish a book of our adventure
featuring the history of Exquisite Corpse, our EXCOR revival story, and images of
all 40 works. We believe the combination of the fascinating Surrealist history
followed by the “new surrealists” similarly rebelling against today's "raging
madness" will make an unusual and creatively-juicy story and event.
We are currently seeking an exhibit at a gallery or venue in Northern
California some time during the year of 2011. Then, at the end of the year,
we plan to throw a memorial event to bring an exquisite end to our exquisite
collaboration.


Excor artists: Jenny Honnert Abell, Todd Barricklow, Foster Beigler, Don Bishop,
Katie Black,Mary Black, Deborah Colotti, Pam Dixon, Max DuBois, Connie Goldman,
Deborah Hayner. Marna Hill, Corey Hitchcock, Kurt Kemp, Dina Kuntz, Helena Leifer,
Hamlet Mateo, Sherry Parker, Deborah Salomon, Michael Scheurer, Sylvia Seventy, Wil Smith, Karen Sommer, Stan Sommer, Jennifer Sturgill, Sandra Ortiz Taylor, Bunny Tobias, Patti Trimble, Sally Weare, Shane Weare, Bob Yagura.

EXCOR #5
Artists from top to bottom:
Sherry Parker
Karen Sommer
Sally Weare



EXCOR #42
Artists from top to bottom:
Kurt Kemp
Michael Scheurer
Todd Barricklow



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