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April 26th 8-11pm




Weapons of Mass Change travels to Washington DC for its second stop after premiering in Richmond, VA. The show, which benefits humanitarian missions around the world, enlists an eclectic mix of talented artists to transform weapons into art objects, stripping them of the violence that they are commonly associated with. This act serves as a reminder of art’s powerful influence and the need for it especially in war torn areas of the world.  The pieces ranging from handguns to grenades to riot shields, will be sold with partial proceeds going to the "Sniper Campaigns" which are humanitarian missions throughout the world started by the artists of The Army of Snipers who will also complete pieces for the show. During their first sniper campaign the crew worked with the Little Lotus Project, http://littlelotusproject.org/ in the Thai/Burma border to bring color to the lives of refugee children through collaborative art projects.

In this edition of the show, Army of Sniper’s founder Aaron “Woes” Martin will bring life to the walls of Blind Whino where the show will be on exhibit by painting a mural in the lounge area. Bringing color to these walls just illustrates the importance of these humanitarian aid projects and provides the perfect backdrop to the exhibit. 

 

Reception:
Saturday, April 26th  8-11pm

Location:
BLIND WHINO
700 Delaware Ave, SW Washington, DC 20024

BLIND WHINO:Sw Arts Club is a free membership club.
To attend the reception simply RSVP to RSVP@ArtWhino.com
If you have a friends attending please make sure email us their names and emails.

Exhibit:
After the reception the exhibit will on display at Art Whino Gallery
120 American Way National Harbor, MD  20745

Show end date: May 26th,  2014

The event is FREE and open to the public.  

 

 

Art Whino is a DC based art gallery whose mission is to bring together the pioneers and freshest talent from around the world. With over 1200 artists in the Art Whino arsenal, ranging from California to New York, Germany to Japan and beyond, Art Whino has become an all encompassing force in the art world. Exhibitions cover the whole spectrum of new art forms ranging from exposing emerging stencil and wheat pasting artists to showcasing the most skilled leaders of many different genres.

 

 

We are the Army of Snipers International, a crew of artists spanning the globe, picking our creative targets and hitting them without fail.

Started by Aaron “Angry Woebots” Martin in 2009, AOS was originally a collective of top-tier artists that he had met through his various travels around the world.  As Woes invited more like-minded creatives to join his crew, the mission and purpose of the Snipers started to evolve as well.

Now with members spanning the globe from countries like the US, Singapore, Italy, Scotland, Cambodia, Switzerland, New Zealand, Malaysia and more, the collective goal is to bring our individual talents together, coalesce them into an unstoppable artistic force, and use it to spread art and do good works all over the world. 

The roster of artists committed to this goal bring a litany of skills to the table, from graffiti, to painting, to sculpture, filmmaking, to animation, to photography and beyond, so that no project is insurmountable for us to handle.

Whether we are painting 5 story buildings, making customized sculptures and toys, organizing humanitarian missions, helping companies find that creative vision or creating the next level of fashion and gear, there is only one goal in mind when it comes to hitting our creative targets:

One Shot. One Kill.  Never miss.  We are the Army of Snipers

 

Participating Artists

Adrian Viajero Roman (New York)
Angry Woebots (California)
Brendan Tierney (California)
Caia Koopman (California)
Czr Prz    (Chicago)
Fernando Frederick Roman (New York)
Graham Franciose (Texas)
Hugh Lee Man (California)
J★RYU (California)
James Walker (Virginia)
Jeremiah Ketner (Illinois)
Jim Mahfood aka Food One (California)
Joe Iurato (New Jersey)
Josh Taylor (California)
KaNO(California)
Mary Spring (New York)   
Matt "Obscure" Perez (California)
Mathew Curran (California)
Meggs(Australia)
Scribe (Missouri)
Sket-One (California)
Skinner (California)
They (Malaysia)
Tim Maclean (Scotland)
Ursula Xanthe Young (California)