IN MEMORY OF
JORDAN VAUGHN (TEAD)

(c) 2017 Jeff Cancelosi

(c) 2017 Jeff Cancelosi

On May 1, 2017 the art community in Detroit lost one of it's brightest lights.   Jordan  started as a graffiti artist 20 years ago and left his mark in countless places throughout the city.   His approach to art was constantly evolving, changing and pushing forward.

Galerie Camille was honored to host Fractured a collaborative exhibition in February 2017 with TEAD and  fellow artists, Brian Lacey, Scott Taylor and Christopher Gideon.  Below are a few highlights of his work from Fractured and other recent exhibitions.

Rest in Peace Jordan, wherever you are we hope you are painting. 

Molly's Kitchen Window

Molly's Kitchen Window

Johnny Carson's Theme Song

Johnny Carson's Theme Song

The Dark Room featuring works by TEAD during Fractured, February 2017.

The Dark Room featuring works by TEAD during Fractured, February 2017.

There is an old sock for every old shoe and You are the Ocean, on view during Fractured, February 2017.

There is an old sock for every old shoe and You are the Ocean, on view during Fractured, February 2017.

A selection of work on view at the Harris Building in Grand Rapids 2015.

A selection of work on view at the Harris Building in Grand Rapids 2015.

Exhibition view from Fractured, February 2017,  featuring work by Scott Taylor and TEAD.

Exhibition view from Fractured, February 2017,  featuring work by Scott Taylor and TEAD.

Shape Line Study #2

Shape Line Study #2

Bacon and Eggs, Cat People and I Only Have Eyes for You on view February 2017.

Bacon and Eggs, Cat People and I Only Have Eyes for You on view February 2017.

Shape Line Study #2

Shape Line Study #2

Alone we Sink, Together we Sail

Alone we Sink, Together we Sail