Mike Dubois(owner of Happy Life Gallery) is a pioneer and leader in the world of psychedelic illustration and painting over the last 30 years and has been a major anchor in Grateful Dead art culture.
King Stampede represents a new form of psychedelic illustration, painting, and multi-media that has been inspired by music, skate, and urban renaissance culture as well as the psychedelic culture that surrounded the Grateful Dead.
“I look forward to this show as it represents authentic archetypal imagery imbedded in the subconscious which transcends generational boundaries.” Mike Dubois, artist and owner of Happy Life Gallery.
King Stampede and Happy Life Productions have collaborated to produce the art exhibit, Happy Stampede, with select artists scheduled to open: Saturday October 11th, 2-5 pm. The opening will be held at the Happy Life Gallery located at: 54C Tinker St. Woodstock, NY. There will be new works by: Mike DuBois, Lee Trice, Jeremy Povolny, Jack Shure, Ed Herrera, Joe Roberts, and Reginald Pean.
This is a new and meaningful collaboration for the two creative companies: King Stampede and Happy Life Gallery and with both of their creative talents combined this show is going to be of high elevations, a must-see. After the show, festivities continue at the Woodstock Lodge with sounds by: Spliffington, Trice, and Roar.
The after party will be at 10pm at the Lodge: 20 Country Club Lane Woodstock, NY. Rooms are available to book for the night, drop our name: King Stampede for a better rate.