The Imaginary Light Bulb Factory proudly presents “A Dreampunk Review” a solo exhibition featuring Michael Pukac’s Fantasy-Steampunk Paintings opening Friday, August 13, 2010 at Viento y Agua in Long Beach, California.
Michael Pukac (Poo-khash) is a Long Beach based artist originally from Alabama. Well known in the Los Angeles art scene for his live painting performances, his studio work basks in the land of unicorn powered zeplins, narwhal chases, underwater scuba adventures, dj’s spinning on hot air balloon rides, and seahorse turntables. Close your eyes and swim into a steampunk Atlantis wonderland. Pukac creates playful paintings filled with romantic absurdities to complete epic anti-narratives that exist in the air or in the sea.
“A Dreampunk Review”
Solo show by Michael Pukac
Opening Reception: Friday, August 13, 2010
With whimsical Americana Tunes by Alyssandra and the Daymakers
and recycled souls unite with a funky laid back groove by Paper Kites
Live Painting by Pukac
Themed Event: Dress up in Turn of the Century Fantasy garb
Pukac on Banjo
& much more!
The show runs August 13th – September 17th
Viento y Agua
4007 e. 4th Street Long Beach, California
Regular Hours: M&W 6am-8pm, T,TH,&F 6am-10pm, SA 7am-10pm, SU 7am-8pm
For more info: http://www.michaelpukac.com or http://www.vientoyaguacoffeehouse.com