ONLI WEAR

ONLI WEAR
Installation series from ONLI STUDIOS presented at the DuSable Museum in Chicago.

Monday, June 29, 2015

Attention serious curators and collectors! 
Now, for a word from the Black-American genius visual artist I am!!!

"I have adjusted to being a retired Public School art educator so I can unleash the Rhythmistic beast!!!!! Meaning being PG, safe for school, or worrying about being politically correct does not carry the consequences it once did. Freer to flow!!!

Yes I do create Graphic Novels, Fine Art and Wearable Art. I taught in Chicago Public Schools until I retired. I used to even coach Girls Basketball, Boys Volley Ball and Chess.

But keeping the peace on the gig meant holding back on the Rhythmistc flow.  Now I go where the Rhythm says to go!!!! Remix!  Innovate!  Dictate!  Anoint! Create!  Did I say create??

Those of you that come to hate, imitate or pirate will never rate!  Those who come in good faith and business will gravitate in a show of love, money power and prestige!

 Visit ONLI STUDIOS! "

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Prof. Onli, completing a dance themed Rhythmistic oils-on-linen masterwork. He is sporting a cool jacket from the most Afro-futuristic casino on the planet: "The Luxor".

Thursday, June 4, 2015

 Created in 2010, Ai Weiwei’s Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads collection consists of two sets. The installation on view at the Portland Art Museum is one of eight smaller gold-plated editions with four artist’s proofs, intended for interior display and between 20 and 30 inches in height. Photo: Courtesy of Heather James Fine Art.
The installation consists of a dozen gold-gilt bronze sculptures representing the animal symbols from the traditional Chinese zodiac. 

CHICAGO- East / West Zodiac Journal by ONLI STUDIOS is available at the ONLI STUDIOS website as a download per its Shop tab for mobile devices. It will be featured this weekend at the CAKE EXPO at table 34B. This limited edition book features information that compares and contrasts the two major world horoscopes systems, Rhythmistic illustrations of the twelve icons along with space for personal journaling. Historians often state that the western zodiac originated in the North African country of ancient Egypt then traveled onward throughout Europe and the West.