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Art Exhibit: T-Shirt on TV


A three-person show featuring work by
Erich Haneberg, John Overton Burns, and Dan Carey.



Opening Reception

Big Orbit Gallery
30 Essex Street
Buffalo, New York
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May 22 – 31, 2015 Friday, May 22, 2015
8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Autism Services is proud to collaborate with CEPA Gallery to present T-Shirt on TV, an exhibition by John Overton Burns, Erich Haneberg, and Dan Carey at CEPA’s Big Orbit Project Space.

T-shirt on TV depicts the influence of pop culture on the works of artists John Overton Burns, Dan Carey and Erich Haneberg. All three artists use 1980’s iconography as the subject matter in their vibrant, quirky and somewhat comical salutes to TV personalities, game shows and movies.

John Overton Burns is a draftsman, painter and sculptor whose work is centered on the game show Wheel of Fortune and his apparent appreciation of the work of Vanna White. He creates paper sculptures of the spinning wheel and drawings of the game show’s studio set. Also Included in the exhibit are his small-scale sculptures of toilets, of which he has created a vast number in the last decade.

Dan Carey is a painter who creates portraits of 1980’s TV personalities that include local news anchors and casts of popular TV shows such as The A Team, Rockford Files and The Greatest American Hero. He recently collaborated with Julian Montague on an exhibit of works based on the sitcom Barney Miller.

Erich Haneberg is a painter. The T-shirt paintings he created for this exhibit represent his favorite television shows and movies, including Star Wars, The Golden Girls and The Dating Game. Also included in the exhibit will be Erich’s painted cardboard box sculptures that display references to ceiling fans and video games.

This exhibition is free and open to the public.