Modified from a release from Spoke and Spy Ciderworks.
Spoke + Spy Ciderworks is featuring the block print work of artist Mark F. Grindell, on display through October 28.
Grindell’s exhibit, entitled “Spoke Art,” includes a series of twenty-four hand carved block prints that capture the essence of the cycling experience. Take a journey through a life time of cycling memories by way of unique artistic interpretation in this format. Grindell continues to add to the series and rotate out images as the project evolves. The images have a broad appeal to persons of all ages, bike enthusiasts and the everyday person.
“Many of the images resonate with the inner child in each of us,” noted Grindell.
The prints translate to screen printed shirts, note cards, coasters, pins and stickers. These items as well as framed and signed prints are available for purchase.
Grindell is a New Haven area artist who has been riding and creating all his life. A graduate of Paier College of Art, Mark has been an advertising and creative professional for nearly 30 years.
Spoke + Spy Ciderworks is located at 180 Johnson Street, in the building formerly known as the Remington Rand Building.
The location has historic relevance as it is the former home to the Keating Wheel Company which operated in our city from 1896-1901.
Ample parking is available onsite – follow signs to the Ciderworks.
For additional detail on the venue and art go HERE.