JOE VOLLAN: TONE DEAF FUNERAL SINGERS
solo exhibition

March 2nd - 28th, 2018

Arch Enemy Arts announces the release of Tone Deaf Funeral Singers, the first AEA solo exhibition by Joe Vollan.

Joe Vollan has a distinct and eerie style he calls doom folk art.  His works describe tales of heartache and adventure. The bulk of his paintings take place in the city of Rusted Gallows, a post apocalyptic, rundown factory town populated by secret skeleton societies and strange but friendly creatures. The characters in his works demonstrate that there can be contentment and hope in an otherwise dilapidated world.

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Joe Vollan
"Someday When You Tiptoe Over The Pale Poppies" (2018)
oil on birch panel
5 x 7" framed to 6.5 x 9"
$500 USD
Joe Vollan
"The Gate to Hell Was the Most Beautiful Thing I Had Ever Seen, For I Knew That Everyone I Had Ever Loved Was Waiting For Me On the Other Side" (2018)
oil on birch panel
10 x 7" framed to 14" x 10.5"
$700 USD
Joe Vollan
"Agnes Dreams of Falling Flowers" (2018)
oil on birch panel
10 x 12" framed to 12 x 14"
$1000 USD
Joe Vollan
"Let Your Dagger Light the Way" (2018)
oil on masonite
5 x 7" framed to 8 x 10"
$500 USD
Joe Vollan
"And Goodbye to The Coal Heaver's Daughter" (2018)
oil on birch panel
10 x 8" (13 x 11") framed
$800 USD
Joe Vollan
"Six Blind Pallbearers and the Tone Deaf Funeral Singers" (2018)
oil on birch panel
10 x 8" framed to 14 x 12"
$800 USD
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images of the artwork in their frames...

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