Intern Update: John Chakravarty Is Having an Art Show

Afternoon, everybody! It’s not just Superstition Review’s contributors who are busy doing amazing things these days. Right now, if you swing by MADE Art Boutique, on 922 N. 5th St. right here in Phoenix, Arizona, you can check out the work of Superstition Review’s very own blogger extraordinaire John Chakravarty. John’s work will be hanging from now ’til March 13th, where he will be showing a selection of 4″ x 6″ watercolor paintings as part of his series Postcards From Space. Says John, “My idea was to put modern, everyday people and problems in fantastic extraterrestrial settings.” Also, don’t miss the chance to check out John alongside his work at MADE this next First Friday, and as always, feel free to leave us a comment in the section below.

Buy all of these prints.

A selection of images from John’s Postcards From Space.

Go see this show!!

The flyer for John’s show at MADE Art Boutique.

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4 thoughts on “Intern Update: John Chakravarty Is Having an Art Show

  • February 24, 2017 at 5:14 pm
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    The idea behind the paintings is very interesting and I love watercolor!

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  • February 26, 2017 at 2:37 pm
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    I love watercolor as a medium. The colors look brilliant online, and I would love to see them in person!

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  • February 26, 2017 at 11:17 pm
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    These are awesome. I love the inspiration behind them, and the colors really pop. Do you see these evolving into a graphic novel one day?

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