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"I am losing control of the language."
William Schaff (US)
Exhibit dates: May 5–June 17, 2017
Artist's Reception: May 5, 2017 from 7–11pm
Music: EOM
part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS Art Walk
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Stay in the Light
Ken Davis (US)
Exhibit dates: April 7–June 17, 2017

Artist's Reception: April 7, 2017 from 7–11pm
Music: DJ Hells Bells
part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS Art Walk
more info...

Anno Domini presents...

"I am losing control of the language."
William Schaff solo exhibition
Exhibition dates: May 5–June 17, 2017

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William Schaff has been a working artist for over two decades. Known primarily for his mastery at album artwork: Okkervil River, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Brown Bird, Songs: Ohia, etc, Schaff is also the founder of Warren Rhode Island's “Fort Foreclosure.” The building, lovingly named without the least bit of irony, serves as Schaff's home and studio as well as home and meeting place for other artists (most notably resident musicians MorganEve Swain, and the Late David Lamb, both of Brown Bird). William, recognizing the importance of art in this world, recently expanded his community to the West Coast where he started "The Outpost” in Oakland, California. There–financial earnings be damned!–William fills his days drawing works of art for private commissions, bands, and his own examinations of human interaction.

Exhibition dates: May 5–June 17, 2017
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Anno Domini presents...

Stay in the Light
Ken Davis (US) solo exhibition
Exhibition dates: April 7–June 17, 2017

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Ken Davis exhibit

Recognizing the oftentimes cryptic realities of the eternal battle between good and evil, Ken Davis creates a body of work meant to be shields from evils and negativity while acting as signals to attract like minded positive energies dead set on fixing the world around them. A sign painter by trade, Ken uses his skill set of single stroke brush calligraphy and line work to create a language of symbols meant to create an overall sacred piece. These paintings are heavily influenced from a sometimes disputed theory of the meanings behind Pennsylvania Dutch barn hex signs in which these colorful design intensive pieces of folk art are meant to ward off "hexes" or "bad luck". Ken brings a modern dialogue to these in his work by referencing history, numerology, and symbolism relevant to his path and those groups he identifies with while mixing it with his own life experience in the worlds of punk rock, skateboarding, hip hop, and other creative subcultures. In the end, these works Ken creates are meant to ward off the ever creeping darkness in our modern times and attract individuals who are also intent on improving the world for all life.

Stay in the Light is Davis’ second solo show at Anno Domini.

Exhibition dates: April 7–June 17, 2017
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