The Gallery 4 Presents “Stranded in the Underworld”
Join The Gallery 4 for the opening reception of their newest exhibition, “Stranded in the Underworld,” which will feature several new works from artists Brian Holderman and Jeremy Beightol on August 8.
Brian Holderman is Pittsburgh-based but internationally known, having presented his work throughout the U.S. and outside of it, including shows in Chicago, San Fransisco, L.A. and Japan. A veteran of the Pittsburgh scene, Holderman’s work has also been displayed in the Andy Warhol Museum and the Mattress Factory, and he’s created multiple logos for a variety of businesses.
Holderman has held two previous shows at the Gallery 4, including “Funhouse of Terror,” and his work is distinguished by its retro-cartoon universe with a dash of pin-up styles. His professional work includes graphic prints, logos, paintings, and on the rare occasion, pinball machines.
Demonstrating 12 years of professional artistic experience, Jeremy Beightol is known for the convergence of spirituality, mythology and the occult in his detailed work. Outside of paintings, his other works have included product design, apparel design and band posters.
Holderman and Beightol are collabing professionally for the first time, and they’ll aim to converge their distinctive styles to create an exhibition that brings the abyss to light.
Check out the opening reception of “Stranded in the Underworld” at the The Gallery 4 from 7-11PM on August 8. Admission is open to the general public and includes complimentary cocktails and refreshments. If you can’t make the opening reception, The Gallery 4 is regularly open Tuesday through Saturday from 1-8PM. The “Stranded in the Underworld” exhibition will run until September 26.