April 16th – 25th ~ Whistler, BC ~
AsymbolGallery.com, an online gallery conceptualized by pro snowboarder Travis Rice and artist Mike Parillo opens an exhibit at the Blake Jorgenson Gallery in Whistler, BC. Running from April 16th-25th, Asymbol Gallery will display a curated collection of iconic photographs and art pieces from the snow, surf and skate worlds. Each image in the collection is offered in a limited-edition run of archival-quality, signed and numbered prints through the AsymbolGallery.com.
The Blake Jorgenson Gallery was created with the vision to provide a collaborative meeting place for the arts, athletes, and innovations that depict the action sports communities and industries making it a perfect match for an Asymbol gallery exhibit. The Gallery will be open from noon to 7:00PM throughout the festival.
On Wednesday, April 21st Asymbol, Blake Jorgenson Gallery, Origin Design + Communications and Red Bull will welcome friends and fans for an opening reception starting at 7:30PM.
Asymbol’s initial limited-edition-series collection includes works by the following internationally-respected artists and photographers:
Mike Parillo, Jamie Lynn, Ari Marcopoulos, Scott Lenhardt, Tim Zimmerman, Danny Zapalac, Adam Haynes, Jeff Curtes, Nick Russian, Mike Blabac, Matt French, and Trent Mitchell.
~~ Also featured is the I Am Snowboarding collection of mixed-media art and photography collaboration pieces inspired by the short, beautiful life of snowboarder Jeff Anderson.
Who: Asymbol Gallery with artist Mike Parillo and snowboarder Travis Rice
What: A pop-up gallery featuring AsymbolGallery.com’s debut collection
When: Show runs during the TELUS WSSF, April 16th-25th, noon to 7PM. Opening reception on April 21st starting at 7:30PM
Where: Blake Jorgenson Gallery in the Westin Hotel Whistler (4090 Whistler Way) behind the Whistler gondola.
A portion of all proceeds from AsymbolGallery.com will be donated to the non-profit organizations Action Sports Environmental Coalition (ASEC) and Protect Our Winters (P.O.W.)s. Please visit AsymbolGallery.com to learn more about the gallery, its featured artists, photographers and their works, and to acquire the pieces that move you.