2016...

What an amazing year it's been for Oil and Mischief.  We stepped out of our comfort zone and took a leap of faith to pursue our dream.  Here's a recap...

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In February, Oil & Mischief, LLC was born.

In the early spring we began planning for Nat's first solo art show.

On July 28th, Nat, debut his first solo art show, Composure:  A Brief Departure from Chaos at the Bleckley Inn.   He decided to take a step back from his usual dark, controversial style and dab a little with folk/landscape style.  Everyone loved it!!

One of my favorite photos from the evening:)

Nat's, high school art teacher, Ms. Ellen Spainhour.  She always encouraged Nat to continue pursuing his art.   

We could not believe the turnout we had.  We couldn't have done it without the help of our family and friends.  It was by far a highlight of 2016.  We didn't stop there.  Shortly after, Nat was asked to be a part of a local show featuring local artists at Uptown Lounge

This is the only photo I took that evening.  I was too busy socializing ;) 

This is the only photo I took that evening.  I was too busy socializing ;) 

Here's the promo video for Nat's show, Return to Mischief late September.

Here are a few photos from the evening...

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Once again, we had a great turnout!  Nat returned to his original style, hence the name, Return to Mischief.  This one was by far my favorite...

And before we knew it, The Holiday Season was upon us.  Nat teamed up once again with local artists in Anderson to feature, Cornucopia.  Local pottery, handmade soap, one of a kind pet portraits were there just to name a few.

With all the hustle and bustle the Holiday Season brings, Nat and I did find the time to enjoy the festivities.  2016, thank you for being so good to us!!  We are beyond grateful for the many blessings we received.  We can't wait to see what 2017 has in store.  Thank you again for all your support.  We couldn't have done it without you. 

New Work

Hey everyone!  We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  Ours was low key.  We spent the day with family and Nat braved the crowds to stock up on supplies at Michaels.  Now that Thanksgiving is over, it's back to the daily grind.  Today, I'm sharing some new pieces Nat featured at the Cornucopia Art Show last week.  These pieces are also available for purchase.  Head over to the Shop page for more info.

Cornucopia Art Show at Earle St. Kitchen & Bar

Cornucopia Art Show at Earle St. Kitchen & Bar

This Marilyn piece is by far my favorite.  It looks like a photograph!

Caddyshack!!! This is a commissioned piece for the new Earl St. location.  If you're ever in Anderson, SC, you have to eat there.  Their brunch is amazing.

The one and only, Hunter S. Thompson.  I love the style of this one.  You'll be seeing more of this style popping up.    

Paying homage to Biggie's hometown, Brooklyn.  

Be sure to check out the Gallery page to see more pieces.  And don't forget December 4th is the last day for Christmas orders.  Can't believe Christmas is almost here.  We'll be decorating our tree this week and I'll be sure to share some pics with you.

 

Save the Date...

Its official, the holiday season has arrived!!!  As a thank you for your continued support, Oil and Mischief, is giving 10% off on ALL paintings for Saturday Nov 26th ONLY.  Custom paintings and anything you see on the website will be discounted.  Use promo code:  THANKSGIVING16.  (Sale price will be shown at checkout.)  Don't miss out!

And don't forget, Cornucopia Art Show is Monday Nov 21st!!  We hope to see you there.

 

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Cornucopia

We have some exciting news...  If you follow along on Facebook, I'm sure you've noticed, we've announced our upcoming show.  The title, Cornucopia could not be more appropriate as this show will feature Oil and Mischief along with 12 local artists.  Emily Sizemore, Darby Wilcox, Shea Abramo, Tiny Inc., Derrick Ashworth, Jenny Jones, Biskit, Ian Looney, Jimmie Andrews, Calli Bieler, Olivia White, and Justin Ashley will all be featuring their incredible works'.  Earl St. Kitchen and Bar will have a set menu you may order from.

So be sure to join us for an evening filled with art, music and good times.  Admission is free.  What a great way to kick off the holiday season with family and friends all while supporting your local artists.