THERE IS NO LONGER WALK-IN SPACE IN BROOKLYN.
THIS IS A VIRTUAL GALLERY ONLY.
Able Fine Art NY Gallery. February 23rd through March 13th. New York, NY
A guitar that Joseph painted is on the cover of Guitar Player Magazine. March 2012.
Joseph hand-painted Godin Guitars that will be displayed in 85 countries around the world in 2010.
Sold 2010 live show paintings via online auction (every painting was sold).
The artwork of Joseph Arthur's 7" inch single for 14th Floor Records, "All Of Our Hands," is featured in the book 'Five Hundred 45s - A Graphic History of the Seven-Inch Record'.
Joseph has decided to once again take paint brushes and canvas on the road with him and will be painting live on stage across North America in 2010. To assist relief efforts in Haiti, the paintings have been available for purchase at the end of each show, with 100% of the proceeds donated directly to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund.
For the second time, Joseph created and donated a lunchbox, "Nylon wig tableau with silver heart locket necklace", that was auctioned off to benefit hunger relief efforts.
Joseph Arthur was one of the celebrities from entertainment, fashion, art, music and the literary and culinary worlds that created personalized lunchbox art to donate to the 2007 "Lunchbox Online Auction." Joseph's contribution was titled "Painting And 3 Lunchboxes" This auction benefited two hunger-relief organizations, Food Bank for New York City and The Lunchbox Fund of South Africa.
An original coloring book story by Joseph Arthur. 80 pages of drawings in 9" x 12" format for you to color in. Joseph held a coloring book contest through his web site and asked fans to color in one of Joseph's drawings from the book. All the submissions were posted at JosephArthur.com for everyone to see, including Joseph, who selected his favorite interpretation. The winner received a $100 gift certificate to the Joseph Arthur Online Store. Check out all the submissions and a special note from Joseph here!
We Almost Made It is the title of Joseph Arthur's first art book, released in 2006. It comes with a CD titled The Invisible Parade, a 21-track disc of mostly instrumental songs. Joseph described the set as "an art book with a soundtrack." Only 5000 copies of the book/disc set were released. The hardcover book contains 110 pages of Joseph's original artwork, marking the first time a collection of his artwork has been made available for publication.
The songs "Chapter 4," "Chapter 15," and "Chapter 19" are the only songs on the disc that have lyrics. "Chapter 15" contains lyrics taken from Joseph's poem "On a boat from Ireland to England," and "Chapter 19" contains lyrics from the poem "I saw a nail driven into his hand" (both poems posted on Joseph's website in October 2005). "Chapter 1" and "Chapter 8" also appeared in the documentary film Deliver Us from Evil in 2006 (with "Chapter 1" listed as "Cathedral," and "Chapter 8" listed as "Pyramids"). The book is only available through his website and at his live shows.