On Saturday October 1st at 7pm Oddity Tattoo and Arts on Main Street in downtown Sarasota will be hosting the opening reception for “Blood Fuel”. The kit-bashing art show will feature custom works by Ringling School of Art and Design faculty member Caleb Prochnow.
The series of articulated kit-bashed mechs is based on the book, Blood Fuel, co-authored by Prochnow. Large scale prints of photos of kit-bashes by George Pratt and Susan Saulinier will also be on display.
Mouthhole BBQ’s food truck and Out and About Coffee will also be present to add to the fun and unique atmosphere.
The Blood Fuel Kitbash exhibition will be on display throughout the month of October. For additional info and updates please contact Gallery Coordinator Whitney Liller at Oddity Tattoo and Arts, 1778 Main Street in Sarasota (941)955-6246.
photos by Oddity Tattoo