The Carlsbad Art Wall (CAW) project continues with its 4th mural to be painted by Los Angeles street artist Devin Liston on Saturday Aug. 29 (all day) at Señor Grubby’s.
The east facing wall of Señor Grubby’s located at 377 Carlsbad Village Dr. has become an urban canvas for each visiting Los Angeles street artist rotating every 1-2 months curated by Carlsbad-based artist Bryan Snyder. Snyder hand picks each artist and is very excited to introduce you to Devin Liston.
Liston is an LA-based street artist and a contemporary surrealist who explores the relationship between man and technology through hand-painted figurative and portrait works. Cryptically displayed abstractions can be found in his paintings asking the viewer to question their relationship with technology.
“Artist Devin Liston takes on these heavy philosophical questions and cryptically displays them through his paintings. His work, he tells us, is “about man’s relationship with technology and how technology is becoming one with man” asking “What does that mean for us spiritually, psychologically, physically, and socially? More importantly. What does that mean for our relationship with nature?” – doublebarrelzine.com
Liston recently departed from a number of collaborative work environments including Los Angeles muralist and fine artist collective CYRCLE and his most recent collaboration partnership with DevnGosha. Liston is eager to develop his newest ideas as a solo artist which he calls a visual journal and will be making his San Diego solo debut on the Carlsbad Art Wall.