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In June 2015 I headlined a show at Hot Art Wet City gallery for a tribute to writer and director John Hughes.

In 1985, John Hughes directed Weird Science and The Breakfast Club. Considering he only directed 8 films, that made 1985 is pretty important year for him. He also wrote National Lampoon’s European Vacation that year! Thirty years later, his nearly 50 films are still an important part of western pop culture. Though not the first tribute to his work (and likely not the last), we’re pretty excited to host this John Hughes art show. 

See photos from the show and opening reception on Flickr >

We’re All Pretty Bizarre
An art show inspired by the films of John Hughes
June 4-27, 2015

 Another Dreamy Dress  A tribute to Pretty in Pink  Acrylic on Wood 20x36 inches

Another Dreamy Dress

A tribute to Pretty in Pink

Acrylic on Wood 20x36 inches

 Very Cute, Very Alone  Tribute to Ferris Bueller's Day Off  Acrylic on Wood 24x36 inches

Very Cute, Very Alone

Tribute to Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Acrylic on Wood 24x36 inches

 Happily Ever After, Miss Amanda Jones  Tribute to Some Kind of Wonderful  Acrylic on Wood, 20x36 inches

Happily Ever After, Miss Amanda Jones

Tribute to Some Kind of Wonderful

Acrylic on Wood, 20x36 inches

 They Ignore Me  Tribute to The Breakfast Club  Acrylic on Wood 20x36 inches

They Ignore Me

Tribute to The Breakfast Club

Acrylic on Wood 20x36 inches

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