The Jalopy is proud to be a part of a truly organic celebration of local artists! These artists have thrown together fun contrasting works all around the Jalopy. We have attached a brief description of these artists and their works, along with their contact information in case you would want to contact them for a job.
His Highness is a wonderful character. He hails from all across the globe, and paints wonders faster than a speeding bullet. Check out more of his artwork and bio here!
Melissa Reese enjoys personifying inanimate objects in either life-threatening or heart-breaking situations. In real life, though, she is quite the sweetheart. Go figure! She draws pictures, both moving and still. You can contact her at email@example.com
Quirky, fun, wild, and animated. This is Amanda Mack and everything her work stands for. Like acid meets nature meets fantasy meets love.
Nasty Nate is a prolific Spurs fan from Sa-Town. When hes not nastying it up he is sloping down paint on canvas. He loves birds, bleach and brontesaurusi. Hoping to one day beat the man and open up his own art studio in Bulgaria, Nasty is still skratching it to make a living in his pad here in Austin TX. If you want any of his work take a look at his facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/nathan.casas1?sk=photos . He likes cash money.
Amanda is one of my favorite friends and bar tendress! She is extremely happy and always loud! She has her BA from Texas State, and continues her artistic passion by painting drawing and making wonderful works for her friends, family, and anyone who’s got the big bucks!
This rock star art teacher really loves life, and you can see it in his work. He is always looking to spread some love around, so give him a call if you want a piece from the heart.
Liz is the product of 1 part genius, 1 part talent, and 5 parts awesomeness. She gets her kicks from a strong menthol cigarette, a bottle of whiskey, and her favorite person in the world Wale the Dog. Although quite elusive, she can be spotted at a few local watering holes, and on occasion cooking up a storm at the Jalopy.
What can we say about Mr. Zimmerman…quite honestly don’t remember the man that well. He came to the Jalopy riding on a golden tortoise, armed with a paint brush, and fueled by his artwork. He knocked out one of the most eccentric works on the Jalopy’s kitchen, in about 6 hours, and hasn’t been seen since. He has either road out into the sunset, or snuggling with his old highschool crush…mixed media. Who knows.