Days ago we gave you an insight to the work Hush had compiled for this amazing exhibition entitled “Veiled Beauty” making his first Bay Area appearance at Upper Playground’s FIFTY24SF gallery. Following on from his recent success at Carmichael last month, Hush certainly came correct for his second solo showing in succession. Combining his canvas work with murals on the exterior of the space as well as well as plethora of editioned prints making for an interesting multi-faceted look at this artist’s range of production.

The show, which was originally slated to be called “Printed Matter”, did focus mainly on Hush’s series of hand-embellished prints. Kept to low editions, many of Hush’s screenprints sold out before the opening, though with prices as reasonable as $350 for an unique print of 10, that’s not terribly surprising. For the fans unable to afford a print or original, Hush was on hand with a stack of signed stickers to give away as he happily chatted and mingled with the crowd.


Thanks Arrested Motion for the info.