Posted by Trustpigs May 10, 2013

"The Triplets of Clutterville," an artistic gathering of three unique artists each expressing the cuteness of things in their own way: Gary HamHaus of Boz, and Squink! This Clutter Gallery exhibition, which we previously announced HERE, will be opening on Saturday, May 11th, 2013 with a reception from 6pm until 9pm. If you can't make the opening, the show will be available for viewing in-person until June 1st, 2013 and on our website, where pieces from the show will be available for purchase. And, if you see something you really want, join the Clutter Gallery Preview List which allows members to purchase items for a limited time prior to the opening reception.

First up are an assortment of Haus of Boz's adorably sad looking critters, including the 7" Foomi transformed into Ossa the Bone Troll and the Go Lucky Neko custom remade into Bobby + Tips (Tips is the pooping bird) as well as a rainbow adorned tokidoki Unicorno and a Mini Munny in a fitted fur suit!

Squink!'s contributions showcase his immaculate sculpting capabilities as well as his layered washes of muted colors. He actually collaborated with Haus of Boz on the first piece below, a fantastic Mini Munny in a fitted bunny suit, but then highlights his own style by showing off a variety of fantastic custom Dunnys and a Sonny Angel cewpie doll.


Wait, what's that final one from Squink!? Yes, it's a custom Gary Ham designed Toytem… or, at least, three character pieces from one. What a perfect lead into the final artist in the exhibition, Mr. Ham himself. Represented by an assortment of custom wooden toys painted with cel vinyl, we have Sylvan the satyr, Mickees the modified Hermees (who might be inspired by a certain beloved mouse), Larry Bird the owl, and a framed illustration of Ham's iconic Wooper Looper!

So if you love all things cute, swing on by the Clutter Gallery (163 Main St., Beacon, NY 12508) and see the loveliness in-person. Or, if that's not an option, join the Clutter Gallery Preview List and try to avoid disappointment.



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