“Weird Art for Weird People” July 17

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Provided by Jortt Communications

The Man Cave in Historic Manassas will present “Weird Art for Weird People,” the highly anticipated solo exhibition of original new works by John Hartt, painter of strange and wonderful things.

Weird Art for Weird People features new paintings that blend themes of anthropomorphic food, naked ladies, skulls, eyeballs and just plain weirdness in a way that only John can present them. This one-day event is on July 17 from 7:00 p.m. until 12:00 midnight.

Hartt said, “I’m really excited to have this event at the Man Cave. They’ve been supporting me since the beginning and host a permanent collection of my work.”

The Man Cave is located at 9070 Center St. in Historic Manassas. They are open daily from 9:00 am. to  7:00 p,m.

About John Hartt

Hartt’s goal is simple: he wants his art to make people smile. His oddball style can be described as a mix of lowbrow art, pop surrealism and cartoonism painted with hyper-intense colors and humorous undertones.
He can be found painting at his studio at Creative Brush in Manassas and around the DMV area painting murals.

“Eye Taco” by John Hartt


“Pizza” by John Hartt

“Pink Skull” by John Hartt


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