Angelina Villalobos is a fine artist who combines environment and folklore into her subject matter which attempts to understand religion, culture & family structure in the jigsaw of modern society. Going by the pen name 179, please subscribe to the blog for more updates!

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Saturday, October 22, 2011

New Painting

New Painting by OneSevenNine
New Painting, a photo by OneSevenNine on Flickr.

Fish face!

This the newest painting I nerded out to the other night. I sanded the edges and rounded the wood corners. I also weathered the overall look by sanding parts of the background and painting itself. I really like the aesthetic of this technique, we shall see where it takes me!

I have several more pieces of wood this size that I have loose plans for. Currently I am excited about getting my space a little more organized and put together.

Thank you for stopping by and cheers from my home on the beach!


Thursday, October 20, 2011

Augie | Ego | 179

Augie | Ego | 179 by OneSevenNine
Augie | Ego | 179, a photo by OneSevenNine on Flickr.
Here are 2 of my favorites and I at Artoleptic 2011.
Mr. Augie Pagan and Ego.

This is the finished piece we worked on together. It was the first time I worked in collaboration with Augie. I have worked in the past at events at the 9lb Hammer in Georgetown for Art Jam (Check out the Seattle Weekly link for pics of this kick butt event). Collaborations of course is something Ego and I love to do and Artoleptic is on of our favorite events.

I have linked their names with their sites as well as Artoleptic, please make sure to check out their amazing work!


Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Stickers to Peel Magazine

I have been doing a bunch of these and adding to orders all around. Super fun and keep the day entertaining. It also makes me super excited to go home and paint.

Last night I pumped a painting of a fish spitting fire and started another black and white painting inspired from an illustration I did in Sayulita.

Let's go back to Mexico.