Monday, March 5, 2012


Last Thursday night was a busy one. Before going to support Purple Melon at the Viper Room, we went to Siren Studios to the opening of their 4th artist series event featuring street artist Gregory.
The show took place on the rooftop of the studios, with incredible views of Sunset Boulevard, and packed with amazing art that was incredibly affordable.

The show named, There & Back, LA to NY, documented Gregory's memories over the last 10 years of his time living between these east coast and west coast centers, using a variety of media from ink stains, spray and marker tags to knife etching.  Gregory has been recognized as an up and coming power house on the street art scene and he just recently completed his first solo show at La Fonderie in Los Angeles to much acclaim.  The rooftop sessions show was particularly special, in that it benefited Communities in Schools, a non-profit foundation that helps establish student needs, by donating 10% of all show proceeds.

Busy night but can't argue with one filled with great live music and incredible art!

“I  make paintings to hang on your wall, play characters you meet in your dreams, and write stories you heard when you were falling asleep as a kid. I am a force in the world like my father.” 
Gregory Siff  

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