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Carol Cleveland Sings On the Hill Session

Carol Cleveland Sings On the Hill Session

We super-duper love Gretchen and Thomas. From the moment we met them three-ish years ago, we were sure they were two very special people. Carol Cleveland Sings showcases Thomas’s songwriting in a comfortably-quirky, yet understatedly classy context. The trio is musical, flexible, and dynamic, as is each individual member. Please enjoy Carol Cleveland Sings’ On the Hill Session!

Carol Cleveland Sings On the Hill Session

So… When/why/how/where did Carol Cleveland Sings get started? That is to say, can you give us a comfortably-abridged bio?

Thomas: Carol Cleveland Sings started as a moniker for all of my solo bedroom recordings. The project began in late high school and has continued, under-the-radar until now. I treated the songs as demos for my other band, The Spinto Band but usually there’d be 4 or 5 that would become Spinto Band songs and then another 20 leftover that would remain “Carol Cleveland Sings” and be released on a burnt CD-r for my friends. During a lull in Spinto Band activity I thought I’d take a stab at doing more than just demos for this project. At the same time I had just started performing with Gretchen and thought she would make a great contributor to the project and she did!

Carol Cleveland Sings On the Hill Session

Why did you choose these songs for On the Hill?


Thomas: I thought the three selections were a good representation of the spectrum of our music right now. Unabashed pop, Dreamy psychedelia, and melancholy waltzes.

Carol Cleveland Sings On the Hill Session

What else is going on in your world? What’s next?


Gretchen: We have a full-length album recorded and a few other music videos in the works! We’re performing at Philadelphia’s Art Star Craft Bazaar on May 7th [past]. We’re also working on booking more shows

Carol Cleveland Sings On the Hill Session

Where can we see and hear more of you?

Thomas: We’re still working on that! Looking forward to play more shows outside of Philadelphia but in the meantime you can listen to our latest (free) EP on bandcamp which has our last two singles and covers of songs by the likes of Sparks and Van Dyke Parks.

https://carolclevelandsings.bandcamp.com/album/wishing-well-ep

Carol Cleveland Sings On the Hill Session


 

 

Dirty Dollhouse On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Dirty Dollhouse On the HIll Session

We love these sweet ladies. Their songs are intelligent in their lyrics and arrangements, and those voices—oh my! Dirty Dollhouse joined us for a beautiful, sunny winter’s day in February: we were all perfectly warm and happy! Enjoy Chelsea, Vanessa, and Amber as Dirty Dollhouse: we sure do.  

Dirty Dollhouse On the HIll Session

So… When/why/how/where did Dirty Dollhouse get started? That is to say, can you give us a comfortably-abridged bio?

Basically, I wrote a three-part harmony song called “Nobody’s Daughter” in the spring of 2012 and I recruited the 2 best singers I know, Amber Twait and Vanessa Winters, to record it with me. I came up with an alliterative name for the group and the rest is history!

Dirty Dollhouse On the HIll Session

Why did you choose these songs for On the Hill?

I’m not really sure. They just seemed right in the moment, I suppose! I usually don’t make set lists for any performance until the last minute. You can’t really know what will work until you’re in the space, taking it all in.

Dirty Dollhouse On the HIll Session

What else is going on in your world? What’s next?

Dirty Dollhouse has a full-length album coming out this fall. We’ve been working with Brian Strouse (of The Lawsuits) for a few months and asking our favorite Philly musicians to contribute: August John Lutz II, John Hildenbrand, Keaton Thandi, Brad Hinton, etc. It’s called Vinyl Child, and you can interpret the name however you please. Other than that? I’ve worked at the same record store for almost 11 years now. It’s been really fun watching the vinyl resurgence unfold and seeing people of all ages digging through our crates. There’s a kid who’s probably about 15 years old and he comes in once a week to check out the new arrivals…he usually picks something I had my eye on. I love it.

Dirty Dollhouse On the HIll Session

Where can we see and hear more of you?

I’ll be performing Dirty Dollhouse songs (under the name Chelsea Mitchell) at the Snipes Farm River Roots Festival on May 14th with Brad Hinton and Joshua Machiz. If you can’t be there, please visit facebook.com/dirtydollhousemusic and dirtydollhouse.bandcamp.com and look out for a single from Vinyl Child very soon!

 

Dirty Dollhouse — AnnaLee from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

Sam Morrow On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Sam Morrow On the Hill Session

Sam came to see us at the end of the summer. It was a beautiful sunny day fully of equally-beautiful (though sometimes less-sunny) music. We really enjoyed our afternoon with Sam, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy your whatever time it is right now…

Sam Morrow On the Hill Session

So… When/why/how/where did Sam Morrow (the musician) get started? That is to say, can you give us a comfortably-abridged bio?

I originally began playing music in churches, being from the south that was pretty normal. I learned a lot about theory and playing with others from that. I sort of attribute whatever soul I do have in my music to playing in churches and seeing people really connect over a song. I strayed away from the church awhile back but music remained really the one constant in my life and still remains that way today. About 5 years ago I got sober and that’s when I really dove head first into writing songs. I became a huge fan of just honest, gritty songwriting. In some respects, songwriting saved my life. It forced me to be honest and free flowing and spontaneous. I found that the songwriting where most honesty lies is in Americana/Folk/Country kind of stuff. So naturally I gravitated in that direction. And the rest is history HA. Ive recorded two full lengths since then and have done quite a bit of touring. I’m constantly writing and in the past five years I’ve not only learned a lot about myself as an artist , but music has taught me a lot about who I am as a person as well.

Sam Morrow On the Hill Session

Why did you choose these songs for On the Hill?

At the time I think I chose those songs just because they were heavy on my mind. I had just recorded them and released that record and was touring the northeast. These were the tunes I most related to at the time and were the most fun to play.

Sam Morrow On the Hill Session

What else is going on in your world? What’s next?

I plan to start tracking another record later this year, I already have a bunch of songs for it but its just a matter of weeding out the not so good ones and gaining a little bit more direction for the record. In the meantime I have a lot of touring going on this year. Ill be doing three weeks in the southwest in March and I’m going to the UK in the summertime. I’m sure more stuff will come to fruition later in the year as well, we will see where the road takes us.

Sam Morrow On the Hill Session

Where can we see and hear more of you?

My website is sammorrowmusic.com. You can go there for updates and a list of Tour dates as well as links to my music, videos, etc.
Twitter – @sammorrowmusic.com
Facebook – Facebook.com/sammorrowmusic
Spotify – Sam Morrow
Instagram – @mamsorrow

 

 

Sleepy Kitty On the Hill Session

Sleepy Kitty On the Hill II

We met Sleepy Kitty a couple years ago when they were passing through Philly on tour. Their publicist reached out to us about hosting them, and after we’d seen and heard a little bit of their stuff, we couldn’t wait to say yes. So… …we met them in person, shot our first session in mid-2013(ish), and really REALLY liked the duo as musicians, artists (they make really cool art, have a look: http://kettlepottracks.com/?p=4612), and as humans. When they were again passing through in Summer 2015, we hooked up for this super cool session. It was so very nice to have the pair of them back in our home, and we’re looking forward to our next chance to hang with Evan and Paige. Enjoy Sleepy Kitty, partie deux.

Sleepy Kitty On the Hill II

So… When/why/how/where did Sleepy Kitty get started? That is to say, can you give us a comfortably-abridged bio?

We got started in Chicago when I was in art school and playing in a band called Stiletto Attack, and Evan was playing in the band Bound Stems. We started playing together just for fun, and it was basically a weirdo side project made of radiator hiss, parakeet recordings, and distorted vocals. It became our main project as the other bands broke up. We played our first show in 2009 and since then, have been on a number of tours, released two albums, an EP, and three 7″s, and this year we just wrote the music for a musical for the first time.

Sleepy Kitty On the Hill II

Why did you choose these songs for On the Hill?

This is some of our newest music that we’re most excited about. “Bigger Picture” is our freshest song. “Tu Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas” is our most recent release – a cover of a Brigitte Bardot song that we released on Record Store Day – and “Two Voices” is from the play I mentioned. It was a stage version of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.” We wrote 12 new songs for it, using mostly the text from the poetry. This was one of my favorites from the show, sung by two actors portraying angels in the stage version. To me it’s also the most “rock” song in the show too. I was thinking a lot about the Velvet Underground while working on it – like “Venus in Furs” and “Black Angel’s Death Song,” even though the end result is very different. Sleepy Kitty On the Hill II

What else is going on in your world? What’s next?

We just played a very grassroots fundraiser show for Bernie Sanders. It was a fantastic and crowded night, and all the money from the show is going to his presidential campaign. We’re very excited and optimistic about that. The plan right now is to start working on the next Sleepy Kitty record, and then we’ll be on tour in the East with Ezra Furman & His Boyfriends in March and April.

Sleepy Kitty On the Hill II

Where can we see and hear more of you?

We’re at Facebook.com/sleepykittymusic, instagram: @sleepykittymusic, and on youtube.com/sleepykittymusic, and you can get physical copies of our vinyl and CDs at euclidrecords.com.

 

For more of Nicole’s beautiful session photos, click here.

 

 

 

Haunt the House On the Hill Session

Haunt the House On the Hill

There are certain bands/artists that produce music that your ears are just so ready to hear…Haunt the House is just such a band. A friend and I were on our way to a show: he mentioned that he had a cd that he thought I’d like. We stuck Jack Rabbit Jones into the player in my old pickup truck, and within 6 (maybe 7) seconds, I was convinced that I was hearing exactly the right thing, and that Nicole would feel just as strongly… I was given the disc, and—for the first time in a long time—I was positive that I could hand it off to Nicole with the utmost confidence that she’d love it. She loved it; we love it; you’ll love it. Enjoy Haunt the House! Haunt the House On the Hill

So… When/why/how/where did Haunt the House get started? That is to say, can you give us a comfortably-abridged bio? 

I began performing solo in around 2011 or so and in 2013 released an ep. I played some shows around for a bit while also being party to a friends band GraveRobbers. (Maybe you’ve heard of James Maple? If you haven’t, you do now and have no excuse. I hear he’s got a new album coming out soon.) I wrote Jack Rabbit Jones on Thursdays between 2012 after the death of my brother and 2013. I acquired a wonderful band that helped me record the album, and play a few shows including the album release in 2014 at the Columbus Theater. The band ended up as a trio for a while and we went on a small tour or two.  now I mostly play solo with some folks popping in and out.

Haunt the House On the Hill

Why did you choose these songs for On the Hill?   We were touring the album (JRJ) at the time and those songs were a good representation of the story being told. I like the idea of theater in music.  I wrote those songs in that album as a concept/story and hoped people would get it. Haunt the House On the Hill

What else is going on in your world? What’s next?

I am now an unofficial resident of Connecticut.  Yay taxes!  I’m also in the very laborious process of writing an album amidst a severely complicated life, but loving every minute.  I have a short northeastern run coming up with Zach Schmidt from Nashville. I met him at the Newport Folk Festival and have a few friends in common. We will be out there to sing and play for you on Nov 28th. We can’t wait.

Haunt the House On the Hill

Where can we see and hear more of you? You can always go to hauntthehouse.bandcamp.com to hear any latest release and see where I’ll be next. Come see a show! 

 

 

Haunt the House On the Hill

Thom McCarthy On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Thom McCarthy On the Hill

I happened to cross paths with this talented and interesting fella about two years ago…he was opening a show in Philly with one of our favorites (Adrien Reju: check for her On the Hill Session from a little while back).

His gently self-deprecating stage banter kept the audience laughing, and his songs let us know that he is for real.
Thom and I chatted briefly after that show, and occasionally in the interim betwixt then and when we hosted him at our place…then, as now, as always, he is thoughtful, funny, and wicked smaht.

Enjoy Mr. Thom McCarthy’s music, and if you have a chance to meet him personally, take it.

Thom McCarthy On the HillSo… When/why/how/where did this version of Thom McCarthy get started? That is to say, can you give us a comfortably-abridged bio?

I’m from a poor, unincorporated coal mining village called Locust Gap, PA. I have a giant family. I can’t really remember life without music. Grew up listening to Hank WIlliams, George Jones, and oldies rockabilly on the radio. My mother is a fantastic singer and she used to keep electronic keyboards around which I would bang on and she’d be singing like a canary all the time. I would impersonate Elvis and Michael Jackson as a kid and my family and friends would laugh and clap, so that’s probably where it all started. My pops got me a guitar which I begged him for when I was about twelve or thirteen, and I picked the basics up pretty quick and started a little punk band. I played a ton of embarrassing music in high school, but I had great music teachers who pushed me in the right direction. Once I found out about Django Reinhardt, Pixinguinha, Fats Waller, Tom Waits, Van Dyke Parks, and a bunch of others, that’s when I really started to hone my sound.

Thom McCarthy On the Hill

Why did you choose these songs for On the Hill?

I picked the songs that felt right in the room I was in. I usually don’t methodically plan my set-lists, because I believe the environment is a huge factor.

Thom McCarthy On the Hill

What else is going on in your world? What’s next? I just finished recording an album under the name Rocky Kaminski. It’s a fairly dark rockabilly project and it’s mostly about pollution, capitalism, and potential life on other planets. I took my mom’s maiden name (there’s a TL:DR story behind that), and my father’s real last name is Kaminski so that’s where I got the name. Next I’ll be releasing my first full-length album under my own name, which a few of these tunes will be featured on. Thom McCarthy On the Hill

Where can we see and hear more of you?

You can hear me (in limited capacity) at thommccarthy.bandcamp.com, and the full Rocky Kaminski album at rockykaminski.bandcamp.com

Thom McCarthy On the Hill

Thom McCarthy — Time (Live at PhilaMOCA) from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/36189534@N08/albums/72157658335659024   Thom McCarthy On the Hill

Kalob Griffin Band On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

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Kalob and Crew came to say hi just a few months ago…long before we knew they’ll be parting ways as a band.

I’m not sure if my brain will allow that truth to sink in: they just have so much fun making these songs.

Here’s to a wonderful future for each and every member, and many, MANY reunion shows!

Enjoy Kalob Griffin Band…we do.

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So… When/why/how/where did KGB get started? That is to say, can you give us a comfortably-abridged bio?

KGB formed at Penn State in 2009 as a house party band. We didn’t have any plans bigger than free beer at first, but we soon realized that we wanted to push our luck on the road so we began touring. After graduation we settled in Philadelphia where we recorded our debut full length album, “June Found A Gun,” in the summer of 2012.  Over the course of the next few years our live show grew tighter and tighter performing over 300 shows. We continually struggled to produce studio recordings, but we persevered with our latest release, “Full Love,” which was released in the fall of 2014. After a blowout performance at our 4th annual holiday show at Union Transfer in Philadelphia in December of 2014, we took a few months off to write a new record plan for a big summer. Ultimately, that time off the road led individual members of the group to pursue other creative outlets, which have now become a primary focus.

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Why did you choose these songs for On the Hill?

We chose those tunes for our session because they were challenging arrangements to strip down. Our live sound is generally more electric and incorporates a full drum set.

 

 

 

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What else is going on in your world? What’s next?

The group of guys performing in this session have gone their separate ways for now, each pursuing other creative outlets, but a new release of compiled studio and live tracks will be released this spring.

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Where can we see and hear more of you? 

You can find exclusive tunes on our sound cloud page here—> https://soundcloud.com/kalob-griffin-band

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kalob Griffin Band — These Wounds from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

More session pics at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/36189534@N08/albums/72157658119021049

Matt Wheeler On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Matt Wheeler On the Hill Session

Matt is a hardworking musician that writes good songs…what else can we say! We had him in WAYYYYYY back in February: think cool thoughts on this summer day as you listen to Mr. Wheeler spin…

Matt Wheeler On the Hill Session

So… When/why/how/where did you get started? That is to say, can you give us a comfortably-abridged bio?

I really wasn’t very musical growing up in Indiana – though I did play oboe when I was young – but I’ve enjoyed music & writing as long as I can remember. At college in Virginia, I started writing poetry & also picked up playing bass, then – after being inspired by a Phil Keaggy concert & some busking girls playing “Wonderwall” outside of the laundromat – I bought a cheap pawn shop guitar & learned to play from guitar tabs of songs that I liked. Writing original songs was a natural outgrowth from the poetry & guitar playing. I got started playing music publicly by helping with my friend’s youth group, & started playing original music after I moved up to Pennsylvania in 2007. The real tipping point for what I do now is when I opened a show in Lancaster for Denison Witmer, one of my favorite songwriters. That was when I started putting a real orchestral strings emphasis on my band arrangements, & when I got a real taste for performing my original songs for people. Now, telling stories through song is one of the things that most makes me feel alive.

Matt Wheeler On the Hill Session

Why did you choose these songs for On the Hill?

Since this is a solo session, I picked selections that suited for playing without the support of my band. “#8” is a delicate lullaby dedicated to my young son, Luke – I actually sing it to him when I am getting him down for a nap. Lyrically, it is about the carefree summers of my youth – riding my bike with my brother & friends, catching fireflies, enjoying the late sunset – & wishing those same things for my son. “Cedars” is one of my newest songs, & is the fictional story of friends on an epic hike on the Appalachian Trail. “Indigo” is based on Homer’s Odyssey & is something across between a sea shanty & a cowboy campfire ballad. I wrote “Avalanche” about my wife & me starting off our new life as a married couple – a time that was filled with excitement & perhaps a bit of anxiety. Our wedding anniversary date actually makes an appearance in the first verse of the song, & it’s a song that has gotten some airplay on WXPN. “Lexington” is a piece of historical fiction in which the protagonist is a young man during the time of the Revolutionary War who feels torn between being with the woman he loves & serving the cause of his nascent country. It’s also the song that is likely the be the title track for the next Matt Wheeler & Vintage Heart album.

Matt Wheeler On the Hill Session

What else is going on in your world? What’s next?

As a husband & the father of a 5-year-old boy with special needs, & with a full-time job beside my serious part-time job as a performing songwriter, I regularly have a pretty full plate. Bandwise, I’ve got a multitude of shows this summer, including a short tour up to New York City & New Jersey, & a trip in October out to Chicago for the CD Baby DIY Musician Conference, as well as a show or two. We have most of the songs for a new full-length album (or 2 EP’s) done – the band & I will be meeting to practice & I’ll be planning the recording process & release.  I am hoping that we will have the album out by the end of the 2015.

Matt Wheeler On the Hill Session

Where can we see and hear more of you?

I play throughout the region & into the Northeast, with my band & solo, & you can check out my website at www.mattwheeleronline.com & click the “Shows” tab to see where we are playing. You can find our music on iTunes, Spotify, & various digital outlets, as well as on our website. And, of course, we are on the major social media sites (just look for Matt Wheeler & Vintage Heart or @mattwheelervh). And anyone interested in booking us, particularly for house concerts – one of our favorite types of performances– can message me at matt@mattwheeleronline.com.

Matt Wheeler On the Hill Session

Matt Wheeler — 8 from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

From Matt’s On the HIll Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

http://kettlepottracks.com/?p=4968

Matt Wheeler — Cedars from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

Pearl and the Beard On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Pearl and the Beard On the Hill

Pearl and the Beard…well, these kool kids were just so much fun to hang out with! Our chilly, sunny afternoon flew by with as many laughs as six people in a small room can create. Our friend, who happens to be a Pearl and the Beard superfan, came over to help shoot the session, and we were glad he was there.

…but the music? Their songs are well-written, interestingly (in a GREAT way) arranged, and emotionally performed. They sound and feel spot on! I can’t say we’ve heard anything quite like it, and though that statement might seem fraught, just the opposite is true: theirs is a genuinely new take with enough familiar elements to work perfectly for my brain.

We can’t wait until their new record comes out this summer: it promises to be excellent!

Enjoy Pearl and the Beard On the Hill!

Pearl and the Beard On the Hill

So… When/why/how/where did Pearl and the Beard get started? That is to say, can you give us a comfortably-abridged bio? I want to ask about the name, but perhaps that’s for another time 🙂

We all met during two separate open mic nights – one in Brooklyn and one in Manhattan. Joce and Jeremy started writing together over one whole week and wrote a bunch of songs and then they met Emily a few months later. The storm began to brew and the songs were born!

Pearl and the Beard On the Hill

Why did you choose these songs for On the Hill?

Our choice of songs for On The Hill was largely based on the acoustics of the room and what would record best or our favorite songs to perform. We like keeping our performances fun, spontaneous, and intense.

Pearl and the Beard On the Hill

What else is going on in your world? What’s next?

We are releasing our new album BEAST on July 21. Keep your ears open!

Pearl and the Beard On the Hill

Where can we see and hear more of you?

Go to pearlandthebeard.com – we’ll have videos and live footage coming up soon! But we’re also on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter – we love our socials and the fans over there.

Pearl and the Beard — Evening on the Ground (Lilith's Song) [Live Iron and Wine cover] from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

Pearl and the Beard — River from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

Pearl and the Beard — Again Animal from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

Pearl and the Beard On the Hill

Pearl and the Beard On the Hill

For more photos from this session: https://flic.kr/s/aHskd5ekp5

Jonah Batchelor Stop-Motion videos

Jonah stop-motion desert background from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

Jonah stop-motion black from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

Jonah stop-motion background from Michael Batchelor on Vimeo.

Art On the Hill featuring Justin Wheatley

One of These is Not Like the Others 35 x 35

Justin Wheatley and his wife and three daughters live in the suburbs of Salt Lake City where they enjoy the mountains as much as the city. Justin graduated with a BFA from Utah State University in 2005. He is represented by 15th Street Gallery and Evergreen Gallery in Salt Lake City, Trove Gallery in Park City, Utah, and Foursquare Art Gallery in Mesa, Arizona. His work has been shown throughout the Western United States, and in Philadelphia and Vermont.

“A special thanks to Kettle Pot Tracks and Art on the Hill for this opportunity to share!”

Artist Statement: (from an interview by Ehren Clark of UtahArtists.org)

“It’s about suburbia,” says Justin Wheatley of his newest work. “Suburbia is loaded with kitsch, we’re all living in this kitschy world where we try to make things look nice or beautiful or wonderful, but in reality, a lot of the times, its fake. It’s not always fake, but a lot of the times it’s just a facade. A stucco facade.”

In previous works, Wheatley focused mostly on individual buildings, and usually in a sympathetic manner; but this new work is about the collective and the critique is more acute, the insinuations more astute. A repeating pattern of nondescript roofs, like we see in “It’s all a façade,” is a motif that appears in many of these works. “The Great Wall of Friendly Grove” is the kind of scene one can see driving any major thoroughfare in Utah (and in so many other places just like it across the United States): a tall wall blocks the view of everything but the ever-repeating slopes of roofs in a planned community. But one must question, are the walls here meant to protect, or to hide?

The claustrophobia of “Huddling Within Walls,” is an obvious reference to the disharmony that may occur within the well-intentioned harmony of the master-planned community on many levels, be they social, environmental, economic, political, or religious. It can be a jungle out there in these pre-fabricated living environments, according to Wheatley.

But Wheatley is no activist and says, “I’m just as much a part of it. Maybe I would live in one of those master-planned communities if I had the opportunity to buy a house there. I don’t know. It’s like making fun of myself. It’s making fun of our society, while at the same time being a little ashamed of it. How long can we sustain it?’”

Perhaps his answer is found in “Something About the Modern Community,” an amalgamation of clean modernist homes floating in the sky. But this 20th-century utopia is more an ironic than any kind of literal statement for him. The castle- in-the-sky mentality may be a lingering dream for some, but perhaps the best part of Wheatley is found in his down-to-earth honesty and willingness to accept his role in his own reality, and to not remove himself when questioning and opening minds, while always being open about his personal supporting role in the absurdity of it all. For assuredly, as soon as the laughter stops, then the battle is lost.

To see more of Justin’s work please visit:
www.justinwheatley.com
Instagram: @justinwheatleyart
Facebook: Justin Wheatley Art

Article in Southwest Art Magazine:
http://www.southwestart.com/articles-interviews/emerging-artists/emerging-artist-justin-wheatley

A show review:
http://artistsofutah.org/15Bytes/index.php/surviving-suburbia-justin-wheatley-at-15th-street-gallery/
 

 
The HOA Huddles to Discuss the Offender 18 x 18
 

 
Over Under 36 x 55.5
 

 
Redhouse 35 x 35 acrylic
 

 
Something About the Modern Community 24 x 24
 

 
Room with a view 24 x 48)
 

 
Over By The Museum 36 x 55
 

 
you and me we're different 12 x 12 (1)
 

 
The Great Wall of Friendly Grove 18 x 18
 

 
Main Street 36 x 55.5
 

 
House on 2nd Ave 35 x 35
 

 
02 Acres 24 x 24
 

 
To see more of Justin’s work please visit:
www.justinwheatley.com
Instagram: @justinwheatleyart
Facebook: Justin Wheatley Art