Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Holiday Commissions

New York Public Library, Mixed Media on Canvas, 40x30", 2011
Boston Common, Mixed Media on Canvas, 12x9", 2011


Wednesday, December 21, 2011

O'Donz Strikes Again


By O'Donz, Goonami, Mixed Media on Canvas, Framed, 24x18", 2011



By O'Donz, Bunny and the Grassman, Mixed Media on Canvas, Framed, 24x18", 2011 
By O'Donz, Sidewalk Closed 1, Mixed Media on Found Street Sign, 24x12", 2011 
By O'Donz, Sidewalk Closed 2, Mixed Media on Found Street Sign, 24x12", 2011 

Monday, December 12, 2011

The Financial District

The Financial District, Mixed Media Collage, 40x30", 2011

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Fall 2011 New Artwork


Newbury, Mixed Media on Canvas (framed), 36x24", 2011

  
Cosmic Structures, Mixed Media on Canvas (framed), 24x36", 2011

Smokestacked, Mixed Media on Canvas (framed), 24x36", 2011

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

2 New Pieces for Your Eye Balls

Bowery, Mixed Media on Canvas, 54×36″, 2011

Rendezvous 2, Mixed Media and Sculpture on Canvas, 54×36″, 2011

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Out My WIndow

Out My Window, Mixed Media on Canvas, 24×24″, 2011

Thursday, October 13, 2011



Phantasm Galaxy

   New Works by Adam J. O’Day

Feat. Collabs with KDonz and R. Vaughn Guess

OPENING RECEPTION: This Friday, Oct. 14th 6-8 pm
Cambridge Common | 1667 Mass Ave | 02138

We are really proud of the Cambridge Common show. The pieces are geared towards Halloween. 
18 New paintings -- many of them have frames made by my new frame guy T. Neville.

You don't have to come, but I would love to see you come out and support the arts.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

I went to Lake George last weekend.

Lake George, Acrylic on Canvas, 24x18", 2011

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Kodiak!

Kodiak, Acrylic on Canvas (framed), 24x36", 2011

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

End of Summer Art Update

Fiery Night Over Boston, Mixed Media on Canvas, 40x30", 2011

NOIR and O'Day, Zombie Babe, Mixed Media and Wheat Paste on Board, 24x36", 2011

Flame Towers, Mixed Media on Canvas, 18x24", 2011

Know When to Quit, Mixed Media on Canvas, 24x24", 2011


Lonely Office Park, Mixed Media on Canvas, 18x24", 2011

Monday, August 29, 2011

Curtains Boston Revisited

Curtains Boston Revisited, Mixed Media and Collage on Canvas (framed), 24x28"

Available over at TurningArt.

Thursday, August 25, 2011

2 New Paintings and 2 that I Haven't Posted from 2010

Bathory, Mixed Media on Canvas, 36x24", 2011

Brooklyn Bridge 1920, Mixed Media on Canvas, 36x24", 2011

  Kdonz and O'Day, Unwanted Guest, Mixed Media on Canvas, 20x16", 2010

8 Jellies, Mixed Media on Canvas, 24x18", 2010

Monday, August 22, 2011

Joys of the Apocalypse

Joys of the Apocalypse, Mixed Media (plugs in and lights up!), 50x50", 2010-2011

A collaborative work by KDONZ and A. O'Day that will be included in the Make It Together Art Show.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Contaminated

Contaminated, Mixed Media and Glitter on Canvas, 36×24″, 2011
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All of the water pipes in Southie are contaminated. So I thought I would try to document this mayhem. This is the view from atop the small warehouse in the parking lot of my apartment building.

Monday, July 25, 2011

3 Late Summer Art Exhibits

INFUSION - New Works by Adam O'Day
Opening Reception:
August 12th, 2011, 7 - 9pm
Misha Nicole
303 Bowery, New York, NY Join us for the opening reception for the new INFUSION exhibition featuring the works of South Boston artist Adam O'Day.
The exhibit runs from July 30th through October 29th.
Opening is Sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery
Please proceed to this link to RSVP for the opening:
http://www.mishanicole.com/event/31/Adam-O_Day/













Make it Together
A show of collaborative work, featuring Distillery residents and working artists
Opening Reception: August 25th, 2011, 7-9pm
Distillery Gallery

516 East Second Street, South Boston, MA 02127


Boston Breakthrough
Watch the drama unfold as five amazing painters converge upon Newbury Street to express through paint, words, and blood what Boston, the greatest city in the world, means to them. Exhibit: September 3 - October 14, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday September 3rd, 2011, 5:30-8:30pm
Sean Boyce Studios - 162 Newbury Street - (4th Floor - above The Guild of Boston Artists)
Boston, MA 02116
(508) 524-2894
Featuring:
Sean Boyce
Devin Westland

Lastly: keep your eyes peeled for the next issue of ABSTRAKS Art Magazine, where I will have some work featured and a wonderful article written by Carina Wine.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Summer 2011 Art Update


Advantages II, Mixed Media on Canvas, 40x30", 2011


Fantasm Galaxy, Mixed Media on Canvas, 40x30", 2011


LES, Mixed Media on Canvas, 36x24", 2011


The City, Mixed Media on Canvas, 24x24", 2011

Thursday, July 7, 2011

The Adam J. O'Day Official Website has been launched!



Thanks to my friends over at ZPlane Solutions, I now have a website. You can view it here.

http://adamjoday.com/

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Friday, July 1, 2011

The Charles River at Night Revisited


Charles at Night 2, Mixed Media on Canvas, 40x30", 2011
What a blast I had painting this commission!

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

The Rapture and Days of Ruin


Rapture, Mixed Media on Canvas, 54x36", 2011


Days of Ruin, Mixed Media on Canvas, 54x36", 2011

Wormie


Wormie, Mixed Media on Canvas, 18x24", 2011

Monday, June 27, 2011

Paris, The River Seine


Paris, The River Seine, Acrylic, Ink and Glass Beads on Canvas, 36x24", 2011
This was such a delightful commission. Thanks to TurningArt for being so good to me.

Lincoln Arts Project presents...



FUCK YEAH AMERICA

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 30, 7-10 PM
Show Dates: June 22 - July 9
Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat 12-6 or by appointment.

LAP Gallery
289 Moody Street, Waltham MA
Lincoln Arts Project website

FEATURING WORK BY

Adam O’Day
Ali Reid
Angela Jennings
Charlie Smith
Daniel Lambert
Dave Tolmie
Jes Hughes
Molly Kennedy
Robyn Day


Sponsored by Watch City Brewery

Friday, June 24, 2011

Rise On Up and Melt


I'm proud to announce my big brother Scott is putting out a beautiful new full length album today called Efren - Rise On Up and Melt. It was an honor to design the album art. I was gonna post a review written by someone else, but I think I changed my mind just now, because I know what the album is about ... and it's very sad indeed. I won't give away all the insider gossip, just to save everyone the pain of reliving it on my art blog. I also won't do track by track other-band-comparisons, because I don't wanna plant those ideas in your cranium. What I heard when I first listened was an amazing sense of "the song". The album is a song writer's album, not an indie-psych mind screw like some of Scott's previous releases. Melancholy, misery and whiskey are definitely the main ingredients in this dish. There are a few country shuffles and rockabilly movements, but by the conclusion of the record, you not only feel like it's gonna work out in the end, but you also kinda feel like you know what it's like to live on a dirt road in Crawford, GA.