Honeymoon Harvest Poster Release

The Moonalice Honeymoon Harvest Poster Release

According to Moonalice legend, the harmonious period when the farmer reaps the benefits from the fruits of her labor is known as the honeymoon harvest! We’ve harvested a sweet selection of art that is carefully packaged up and ready to send your way. Choose your favorite varieties today!

Freshly Picked

R004 › 8/27/14 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CAAugust 27, 2014
Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA
Doobie Decibel System poster by Alexandra Fischer






M746 › 9/10/14 Union Square Live, San Francisco, CASeptember 10, 2014
Union Square Live, San Francisco, CA
Moonalice poster by Dennis Loren






R5 › 9/11/14 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CASeptember 11, 2014
Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA
Doobie Decibel System poster by Carolyn Ferris






M747 › 9/13/14 HopMonk Tavern, Novato, CASeptember 13, 2014
Hopmonk Tavern, Novato, CA
Moonalice poster by Carolyn Ferris






M748 › 9/14/14 Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CASeptember 14, 2014
Sweetwater Music Hall, Mill Valley, CA
Moonalice poster by Lee Conklin






M749 › 9/18/14 Fenix Live, San Rafael, CASeptember 18, 2014
Fenix Live, San Rafael, CA
Moonalice poster by Alexandra Fischer






M750 › 9/19/14 KZFR presents Lost on Main, Chico, CASeptember 19, 2014
KZFR presents Lost on Main, Chico, CA
Moonalice poster by Darrin Brenner






M751 › 9/26/14 Orpheum Theater, Flagstaff, AZSeptember 26, 2014
Orpheum Theater, Flagstaff, AZ
Moonalice poster by John Mavroudis





M752 › 9/27/14 The Hut, Tucson, AZSeptember 27, 2014
The Hut, Tucson, AZ
Moonalice poster by Alexandra Fischer






M753 › 9/28/14 Cactus Jack's Ahwatukee Tavern, Phoenix, AZSeptember 28, 2014
Cactus Jack’s Ahwatukee Tavern, Phoenix, AZ
Moonalice poster by Chris Shaw






Heirloom Crop

10/7/07 Moonalice poster by David SingerOctober 7, 2007
Hardly Strictly Blue­grass Fes­ti­val
Golden Gate Park, San Fran­cisco, CA
Moonalice poster by David Singer





10/10/08 Moonalice poster by Chuck SperryOctober 10, 2008
Nar­row Cen­ter for the Arts, Fall River, MA
Moonalice poster by Chuck Sperry






2/17/10 Moonalice poster by Chris ShawFeburary 17, 2010
Trac­tor Tav­ern, Seat­tle, WA
Moonalice poster by Chris Shaw





10/22/11 Moonalice poster by Alexandra FischerOctober 22, 2011
WAMM Music Fes­ti­val, Santa Cruz, CA
Poster by Alexandra Fischer






11/5/11 Moonalice poster by Dave HunterNovember 5, 2011
19 Broad­way, Fair­fax, CA
Moonalice poster by Dave Hunter






6/21/12 Moonalice poster by Dennis LarkinsJune 21, 2012
Summer Concert Series, Moraga, CA
Moonalice poster by Dennis Larkins






9/16/12 Moonalice poster by David SingerSeptember 16, 2012
Sweet­wa­ter Music Hall, Mill Val­ley, CA
Moonalice poster by David Singer






10/7/12 Moonalice poster by Stanley MouseOctober 7, 2012
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival
Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA
Moonalice poster by Stanley Mouse






10/24/12 Moonalice poster by Pat & George SargentOctober 24, 2012
The Stone Church, Newmarket, NH
Moonalice poster by Pat & George Sargent






10/24/13 Moonalice poster by Gary HoustonOctober 24, 2013
Alhambra Theatre, Portland, OR
Moonalice poster by Gary Houston






Moonalice Artists Attending TRPS Festival of Rock Posters in San Francisco on Saturday October 25, 2014

TRPS Festival or Rock Posters poster by Lauren Yurkovich

The Rock Poster Society presents it’s annual event Festival of Rock Posters on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Held at the San Francisco County Fair Building (also known as the Hall of Flowers), this is a must for fans of concert posters!

Attendees will find everything from vintage psychedelic treasures to modern silkscreen rock posters, and of course Moonalice posters! Don’t miss this great opportunity to meet the artists behind the poster, and get your favorites signed by them too.

This event runs from 10:00am to 6:00pm and admission will vary depending on the time you arrive, after 3:00pm the event is FREE. Complete list of artists and vendors attending at TRPS.org or join the event on Facebook for more information.

Fall 2104 Festival of Rock Posters list by Carolyn Ferris

Attending Moonalice
Artists Include:

Alexandra Fischer
Carolyn Ferris
Chris Shaw
Chuck Sperry
Dave Hunter
David Singer
Gary Houston
John Seabury
Lauren Yurkovich
Lee Conklin
Stanley Mouse
Wes Wilson









County Fair Building 1199 9th Ave, San Francisco

Pictures from Opening Day of ¡Orale! Kings and Queens of Cool

Yesterday marked the opening of four exhibitions at The Harwood Museum of Art united by the theme ¡Orale! Kings and Queens of Cool. Robin Gascon attended the opening day festivities, and sent us these great pictures she took. The Harwood has never held an exhibition like this, nor had a crowd like this. It is truly exceptional and about the people’s art. Enjoy!

Everyone is encouraged to attend the exhibitions running now through Sunday, January 25, 2015. Complete information about ¡Orale! Kings and Queens of Cool at HarwoodMuseum.org.

presented at The Harwood Museum of Art

From all found or thrown out materials

From all found or thrown out materials

Opening Day of ¡Orale! The Kings and Queens of Cool 9/20/14

"Chill, Homie, You need to let that shit go" - Buddha

Greg Moon, Snow Mack, Karen Bojorquez & Dennis Larkins

¡ORALE! Kings and Queens of Cool Opening September 20, 2014

The Harwood Museum of Art , Saturday, September 20, 2014 - Sunday, January 25, 2015

The Harwood Museum of Art presents ¡Orale! The Kings and Queens of Cool

Featuring art by Dennis Larkins, David Singer, Alton Kelley, Lee Conklin, Stanley Mouse, Wes Wilson, & Winston Smith

This fall the Harwood Museum of Art will present four exhibitions, united by the theme ¡Orale! The Kings and Queens of Cool, exploring the art movement now referred to as Post-Pop or Lowbrow that grew out of West Coast surfer, car and street culture. In addition to exploring the West Coast roots of this genre, ¡Orale! The Kings and Queens of Cool will showcase the contemporary expressions of Hispano, Lowrider and street culture in Northern New Mexico. Each of Harwood Museum of Art’s changing exhibition galleries will focus on a different aspect of this genre.

  • Pinstripe Madera: Pinstriping as Minimalism, exhibited in the Caroline Lee and Bob Ellis Gallery, will feature skateboard decks pinstriped by nationally selected artists including Mickey Hortons, “Bugs” Efrain Gonzales, Dave “Letterfly” Knoderer, Zach “ZROD” Rodriguez, Luke “Lucas” Martinez, “Low Low” Arthur Medina, Ron Hernandez, Albert Neri, Jonathan Mercado, David Anthony Garcia (“D.A. Garcia”), Joseph Gonsowski (“Pollock Joe”), Rody Kuschnereit, Herb Martinez (“The Line Dr.”), Kerry Buckley, Anamaria Medina, Victor Martinez, Mr. Rhythm, Dio Dominguez and Alex Juarez.
  • Nuevo Lowbrow: Pop Culture in the West, presented in the Peter and Madeleine Martin Gallery, will feature, side by side for the first time, over 100 of the finest celebrated artists of the Post-Pop Generation and their New Mexico counterparts! Exhibiting artists will include Bob Dob, Joel Nakamura, Gary Baseman, Douglas Johnson, Laurie Lipton, Ryan Singer, KRK Ryden, Tim Prythero, Joe Coleman, Max Lehman, Isabel Samaras, Conrad Cooper, Carrie Ann Baade, Toby Morfin, Rik Allen, Brandon Maldonado, Tim Biskip, El Moises, Ana Bagayan, Greg Moon and many, many more! Also exhibited in New Mexico for the first time will be a selection of original art by pioneering Rock and Underground Comix artists from the late 60’s and early 70’s including the work of R. Crumb. Rick Griffin, Gilbert Shelton, Wes Wilson, Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse and much more!

Jina Brenneman, Curator of Exhibitions at the Harwood Museum of Art, states “Not surprisingly, the outlaw, seemingly expatriate state of New Mexico is a breeding ground for the ‘outsider’, the ‘unruly citizen’, the ‘underground artist’. The descriptions for these archetypes relate very directly to Post-Pop influences and Lowbrow subject matter. Cars, pin-ups, punk, rock and roll, comics, tattoo, prison art, graffiti, pulp, surfer, airbrushed – anything from the streets and of the people, art that embodies technical craftsmanship blended with fantastical imagery and visually dynamic narratives.”

Brenneman continues, “When we trace the lineage of these new expressions, we have seen cultural influences as widespread as Kustom Kar Kulture, Surfing and Street Art, Underground Comix and Rock Art to Tattoo and Saturday Morning Cartoons! Add to these populist forms the powerful influence of Pop Art and Surrealism, a renewed interest in narrative content (story telling) and a new aesthetic begins to emerge. Possibly the most compelling aspect of all of this has been how seemingly disparate parallel paths, bending to the subtle arc of history, have coalesced in this time and place where past, present and future converge! Kings and Queens of Cool!

Brenneman teamed up with artist Dennis Larkins and co-curators Esteban Bojorquez, Greg Moon, Toby Morfin and El Moises to create ¡Orale! The Kings and Queens of Cool. The exhibition will be accompanied by a 100-page full-color catalogue, designed by Esteban and Karen Bojorquez, documenting the artists in the exhibition.

We had a chance to catch up with Dennis Larkins who informed us that in addition, the show will include a small special exhibit of original vintage Rock Poster art, loaned by the Haight Street Art Center, including work from the late 60’s through the 70’s by Kelley and Mouse, Wes Wilson, David Singer, Lee Conklin, Rick Griffin and Victor Moscoso. As an added, and related, bonus there will also be a small group of original works by Underground Comics artists from the same period, loaned by Jacaeber Kastor, including R. Crumb, Gilbert Shelton, Spain Rodriguez, Rick Griffin, S. Clay Wilson and Robert Williams.

Pictures from the Director’s Circles & VIP Preview Reception held on September 18, 2014

Exhibition Opening Events

Director’s Circles & VIP Preview Reception – Thursday, September 18, 5pm – 7pm
Alliance Members’ Opening Reception – Friday, September 19, 5pm – 7pm
Free Museum Admission – Saturday, September 20, 10am – 5pm

Drive In Night / Street Party with Car show, Live music, & Artist talk
Harwood Museum of Art & Ledoux Street Businesses – Saturday, September 20, 4 pm – 8 pm

Open Monday through Saturday: 10am – 5pm / Sunday: Noon – 5pm
Closed Monday November through March


The Harwood Museum of Art 238 Ledoux Street Taos, NM