Death to Day Jobs
SEARCHING FOR SUN VALLEY FEATURES DEATH TO DAY JOB ARTISTS

SEARCHING FOR SUN VALLEY FEATURES DEATH TO DAY JOB ARTISTS

The third annual Death to Day Jobs, an OCHI GALLERY exhibition that features young, emerging, local-to-Sun Valley artists, was a huge success.  DTDJ-er Ray J. Gadd photographed and wrote about this year’s featured artists on the local blog, Searching for Sun Valley.  Check out the original post here, but otherwise all contact and photos credited...
DEATH TO DAY JOBS 2: NEW FRONTIERS

DEATH TO DAY JOBS 2: NEW FRONTIERS

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DEATH TO DAY JOBS 2

DEATH TO DAY JOBS 2

OCHI Gallery is pleased to present Death to Day Jobs 2: New Frontiers.  An opening reception will take place Friday, June 21st from 7-9 PM at 119 Lewis Street. Last year’s Death to Day Jobs, co-curated by Charlotte and Chatham Baker with Pauli Ochi, featured works by six local creatives living, working and playing in the Wood River Valley. ...
DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: CHATHAM BAKER

DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: CHATHAM BAKER

      Born, 1979.  Chatham is currently the Art Director at Smith Optics. He was born and raised in the Seattle suburbs. He describes leaving for school as “narrowly escaping” the suburbs. He has a degree in Fine Art, Painting from Colby College but also made journeyman stops through RISD, UC Berkeley, and Syracuse...
DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: CHARLOTTE BAKER

DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: CHARLOTTE BAKER

          Charlotte Baker is a painter and graphic designer living and working in Ketchum, Idaho. Charlotte received a Bachelors degree of Fine Arts from Otis College of Art and Design in 2006 and moved back to Idaho shortly after to begin her career as a graphic designer. Charlotte founded “Charlotte’s Kicks”...
DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: AARON PEARSON

DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: AARON PEARSON

  Aaron Pearson’s work deals primarily with the paradoxes inherent to human memory in relation to the present. He employs the traditional tools of a painter‚ oil paint, canvas, wood panels‚ to create what could be considered traditional ‚ genre‚ pictures: landscapes and figures. These traditional forms are flattened, tweaked and subverted through a process...
DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: TAL ROBERTS

DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: TAL ROBERTS

  Tal Roberts had to be talked into shooting photos for a living. He didn’t want his passion to be his grind. Despite being published around the world as a skateboard and bmx photographer, he still chose to swing a hammer for a day job.  But Tal’s talent is too large, his ego too small,...
DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: RUDI BROSCHOFSKY

DEATH TO DAY JOBS INTERVIEW: RUDI BROSCHOFSKY

        What is your earliest memory of art making? I think that daycares and the first years of grade school do a great job of encouraging youngsters to develop their creativity.  It is a straightforward way to keep a cluster of uncontrollable energy in order. I also think that this is a...
DEATH TO DAY JOB INTERVIEW: ANDY McCABE

DEATH TO DAY JOB INTERVIEW: ANDY McCABE

  Andy McCabe is a graphic designer and an aspiring sign painter living and working in Ketchum, Idaho with his wife Kathleen and son Josh. Andy received a BS in graphic design from Oregon State university and has worked as a graphic designer in the snowsports industry for 12 plus years. What is your earliest...
DEATH TO DAY JOBS

DEATH TO DAY JOBS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CHARLOTTE BAKER CHATHAM BAKER RUDI BROSCHOFSKY ANDY MCCABE AARON PEARSON TAL ROBERTS OCHI GALLERY 119 LEWIS STREET, KETCHUM, ID Organized by Charlotte and Chatham Baker Death to Day Jobs will open June 22nd, 7-9 PM at 119 Lewis Street.  Join the artists on June 21st for a walk-through of the exhibition.  Email...