I will call it “Intergalactic Caucasian Primitivism.” just ’cause. Here is what I am trying to do? The paintings are just leftovers from the exciting adventure that is the process. Trying to take the best parts of the last 12+ years of creative process and reuse/combine/distort the techniques I have developed, learned and adopted. These layered […]
Thought I would share this fresh pic that the creative minds behind the Art, Beats and Lyrics Tour just sent me. They snapped a great shot of Shepard Fairey diggin’ deep into the new piece I created for the Art Tour. Visit gentlemanjackabl.com to find out when the tour hits your city. Beyond Regional Charm© […]
E-merge is a survey of Atlanta’s contemporary artists conceived and curated by Hope Cohn for the Art Program at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The exhibition is on view at the T-Concourse from January 2013 to January 2014 and features TindelMichi and other artists.
Great Review by Jerry Cullum for ArtsATL.org on “Baptism by Fire” by TindelMichi at Barbara Archer Gallery. Read original article on ArtsATL.org here. Review: TindelMichi looks back to render new South in “Baptism by Fire” at Barbara Archer Gallery December 14, 2012 By JERRY CULLUM In their collaborative identity as TindelMichi, John Tindel and Michi […]
Race often factors into duo’s art By Felicia Feaster For years now, the artists John Tindel and Michi Meko have been simpatico collaborators. This dynamic duo has teamed up to offer a vision of art and the bumpier byways of Southern history mixed up with a more urban contemporary reality of hip hop and graffiti […]
Review “You Make Me Feel Special” AtlantaArtBlog.com reviews my recent works on paper at Kai Lin Art Gallery. Show runs through mid september so go see it while it is still up. Thanks AtlantaArtBlog.com for the great writing and perspective. Boom! I had an odd story to tell with this work, and this review kind […]
“Men Are Born. Kings Are Made.” by John Tindel Medium: Acrylic, aerosol paint on cradled wood Dimensions: 72″ x 48″ x 4″ Year: 2010 Info: Going to add a video of the piece. I also have a bunch of in progress photos somewhere. but… basically this was my first piece to try to combine two […]