Saturday, November 23rd at 1pm.
David will draw the fabulous Megan Massacre for 6 hours in charcoal. This is a full discussion about his thought processes and drawing technique as he draws a realistic portrait.
You’re welcome to bring a small drawing pad but please note that this is a demo on David’s techniques.
The demo is $40.00, cash, paid in person the day of the class. Seating is limited. RSVP IS A MUST! Please reply with your first and last name and contact phone number in order to be put on the list. Please email Kevin@SacredGalleryNYC.com
Profits from this demo will go directly to the “Kassan Foundation.” Info on the foundation’s mission statement can be seen below.
The aim of the Kassan Foundation is to nurture talent within individuals by offering financial support to underprivileged Visual Artists and Musicians. Each year the foundation offers two grants; one to a promising representational artist and one to a promising musician in order to boost their career and accelerate their artistic growth. Work helped to be produced with grant funding will be documented in different formats, and the documentation will be added to the Kassan Foundation Library. Our intention is to enable such individuals to reach their potential by alleviating some of the pressures of financial strain. In this way the individual will have the breathing room to develop his/her own personal project and unique voice, without focusing on commercial demand. The grant would assist with potential production and material costs, travel and further education
If you would like to pre-pay in advance, please stop by Sacred NYC at 424 Broadway 2nd Floor (Between Canal and Howard) before the event.
Sunday June 2, 2013
1PM to 3:30PM Bloodborne Pathogen Class Conducted by Terrance O'Riordan
4PM til... Tattoo Law Conducted by Marisa Kakoulas
Price $40 for day pass, take one class or both for the same price!
A certificate of attendance will be issued for each class
Space is limited so sign up early at Unimax 269 Canal St. 2nd. Floor New York NY 10013 (212) 925-1051
Classes held at: Sacred Tattoo, 424 Broadway 2nd floor, New York NY 10013 (212) 226-4286
PAYMENT MUST BE MADE AT UNIMAX BY GOING TO 269 CANAL 2ND FLOOR OR CALLING 212-925-1051
Start casting your votes not to see how far Lalo Yunda will take it.
Season 2 starts October 9th at 10pm. Only on Spike!
Sacred Tattoo NYC might be coming to your area soon!
Here's a list of a few of the conventions we'll be at!
INK MASTERS TATTOO CONVENTION (Orange, California) March 23rd - 25th - Jon Mesa will be there.
Hell City - (Columbus, Ohio) May 4th - 6th. Nick Wilcox, Andy B, Jon Mesa, Jessica Veprovsky, & Picasso Dular will be there.
Baltimore Tattoo Convention - May 11th - 13th.
Andy B, Lalo Yunda, Jon Mesa and Jess V will be there.
NYC Tattoo Convention - May 18th - 20th.
Lalo Yunda, Nick Wilcox, Andy B, Jon Mesa, Picasso Dular, Jess V, and Matthew Adams will be there. They'll be taking shifts so we'll have who's working what day posted soon.
Mayhem Orlando Tattoo Convention - May 25th - 27th.
Jess V will be there
Ink & Iron (Long beach, California) June 8th - 10th
Lalo Yunda and Jon Mesa will be there
TattooLapalooza - Miami - June 22nd - 24th.
Jess V will be there. (And maybe someone else. Stay tuned!)
If you'd like to book something in, email Kevin@Sacredtattoo.com to have your email forwarded off to the artist.
Sacred Gallery NYC is pleased to announce;
Shamanic Skin: The Art of Magical Tattooing / A Photographic Exhibition by Lars Krutak
Opening Saturday, February 4th. 7-10pm
Exhibition runs from February 4th - 29th, 2012
Join us at the Sacred Gallery on Saturday the 4th of February 2012 for the NYC debut of
“Shamanic Skin: The Art of Magical Tattooing.” The exhibition features thirty selected works from the portfolio of tattoo anthropologist Dr. Lars Krutak.
The event is free and all are invited. The Sacred Gallery is located on the northeast corner of Broadway and Canal in Manhattan, New York City. The entire exhibition will be available for viewing February 4 through February 29th. Gallery hours are Noon to 8pm Daily.
In 1777, the word ‘tattoo’ was defined as ‘an indelible mark or figure fixed upon the body by insertion of pigment under the skin or by the production of scars.’ For thousands of years before that date, however, indigenous peoples practiced various forms of tattooing and scarification not only to beautify themselves or mark significant life achievements, but also to please or seek protection from particular spirits which inhabited their world.
For the past fifteen years, Dr. Lars Krutak has travelled the globe to document the religious beliefs behind permanent forms of tribal body modification. His photographic exhibition focuses upon the deeply spiritual realm of tattoo through an examination of these fascinating rituals.
424 Broadway 2nd Floor
New York, New York 10013
For a copy of the show catalog, email Kevin@SacredGalleryNYC.com
Shipping can be arranged anywhere within the US.
For the past month, Sacred Tattoo has be working with the creative minds behind The Social Tattoo Project. A project that makes empathy a permanent part of peoples lives. Below is a bit of info on the project from the Social Tattoo Project Site.
"People care about a world crisis… for a week. But we think the world’s issues deserve more than just a moment of empathy.
The Social Tattoo Project is making empathy permanent. Our volunteers are getting tattoos that represent worldly issues, but they have no idea what their tattoos will be. They are letting you decide.
For each tattoo, we will post 4 trending topics on Twitter, and the most tweeted trend will be the subject of the tattoo. To vote, tweet #socialtattoo and your #favorite trend of the 4 to @social_tattoo . With your vote and our volunteers’ skin, we can make what the world empathizes with today, what we care about forever."
Later today we found that their project was picked up by the Huffington Post. Feel free to give it a read. These kids worked really hard on this project. We also wanted to thank both Matthew Adams and Jon Mesa for helping these guys out. You all were real troopers!
Lars Krutak, PhD to Speak at Sacred Tattoo July 30,2011
When it comes to tattoos, anthropologist Lars Krutak knows whereof he speaks — his hand-tapped, hand-poked, and skin-stitched tattoos and almost 1,000 razor and knife-cut scars testify to his journey to experience the roots of many ancient societies to understand tattoo as culture and to recreate the experience on his own body of what it might have been like being tattooed as it has been handed down through generations of tattooists.
Unimax is proud to present Dr. Krutak, on July 30th at 3PM, at Sacred Tattoo, 424 Broadway, N.Y.C., who will spend an hour revealing tattoo as a statement of worldviews, where humans, nature, and the supernatural are united. He will show where and how tattoo still represents the reenactment of ancient myths, ancestral traditions, and the actions of deities and cultural heroes. Video clips from his documentary series Tattoo Hunter, seen on the Discovery Channel supplement the presentation as well as some large format on-location photos by Krutak, from the collection of Wes Wood.
Dr. Krutak, PhD is an anthropologist at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. His books, The Tattooing Arts of Tribal Women (2007) and Kalinga Tattoo: Ancient and Modern Expressions of the Tribal (2010), will be available for signing at the event or you can pre-order them at Unimax Supply Co N.Y.C. by calling 212-925-1051, and have them signed at this unique Free event.
It's been a busy month here at Sacred. With two openings in the gallery, the NYC tattoo convention, multiple guest artists here, the normal crew rocking out some awesome pieces, things are off to a great start of the warm season!
We'll post pics from the tattoo convention in a day or so.
Here's a few shots of what's going on in the shop today.
Bugs from LA doing some cubism. He also has a solo show in the Sacred Gallery. Go check it out! It's up till May 29th.
Diauan from Taiwan working on a big koi.
Matthew Adams working on some fine-line illustration.
Nick Wilcox work his magic.
Baba from Vintage Tattoo in LA getting set up.
Shanghai Kate is also in town but not shown since she'll be back later in the week.
Anyone looking to get any work done by any of the artists, email Kevin@SacredTattoo.com to find out their availability.
As most of you know, the NYC tattoo convention is right around the corner.
May 13th-15th, Sacred Tattoo will have a booth located in its normal spot, right across from the main stage. Come by and say hi!
Bili Vegas and Matthew Adams will be working the booth on Friday and Satruday.
Jon Mesa and Nick Wilcox will be at the convention on Sunday.
There are some rumors that Shey will be making an appearance sometime throughout the weekend.
Space is very limited since most of the guys are already booked out. To find out artist availability, email Kevin@sacredtattoo.com for more info.
Also; Thursday, May 12th from 7-11pm, BUGS from LA will be showing in the gallery for his solo show titled "Purity In Motion." Since his show is the day before the tattoo convention, we've been hearing that BUGS show will also be the "unofficial" pre-party for the convention. More info on the show
can be found on our gallery website www.sacredgallerynyc.com