Shez started out as you or I, a fan and collector of the art toy scene, but it didn't take long before he developed a desire to begin customizing figures.
Quickly he became known for his impeccably detailed & innovative works; Using sculpted elements and stunning designs to really capture the attention of all who bear witness to his work. He freely juxtaposes street art aesthetics with video game nostalgia, all with a polished artistry.
While still a relatively fresh talent in the customizing world, Shez has come on in leaps and bounds through out the past year, being invited to participate in numerous gallery shows, and having his work highlighted by the mighty Frank Kozik after customizing one of his 10" Labbits.
All of this has resulted in Shez's work being highly sought after as collectors wait in anticipation of his next creations. The Clutter Gallery is proud to present "Destination Global Destruction" New works by Shez.
"Destination Global Destruction" will have it's opening reception on Saturday, February 9th, 2013 from 6pm until 9pm at The Clutter Gallery, 163 Main St., Beacon, NY 12508. The exhibition will be available for viewing through March 2nd, 2013 and on cluttermagazine.com, where pieces from the show will be available for purchase.
By joining The Clutter Gallery Preview List, you will receive special pre-opening information and the opportunity to buy exhibition pieces prior to the show opening. Notices will normally go out early the day of the opening.
Friday, May 20, 2016 - 5:45pmHave you seen Carlos Enriquez Gonzalez's new exhibition, "Shrunken Heads", at The Clutter Gallery yet? If you haven't, it's available to view here!
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - 4:40pmThe Clutter Gallery is excited to present "Shrunken Heads", a solo exhibition by Carlos Enriquez Gonzalez. This show features surreal, never before seen, one-of-a-kind pieces by the contemporary artist.
Thursday, May 5, 2016 - 12:58pmLuke Chueh and The Clutter Gallery present "Bear In Mind", an exhibition featuring a hand-picked selection of painters, sculptors, and designers reinterpreting a sculpture of Chueh's iconic bear head.