Corey Helford Gallery to Show Buff Monster’s "Legend of the Pink Cherry"

artwork: Buff Monster - "The Coned Crusader Pierces a Demon" - Acrylic on birch panel - 16" x 16” Courtesy Corey Helford Gallery, LA. In “Legend of the Pink Cherry”, April 14th to May 5th.


Los Angeles, California. On Saturday, April 14th, Los Angeles street artist Buff Monster returns to Corey Helford Gallery to unveil the “Legend of the Pink Cherry,” his fifth solo exhibition at the gallery and his most ambitious to date. there will be an opening reception on Saturday, April 14th from 7 to 10 pm, and the exhibition will remain on view through May 5th. Internationally known for his super bright, happy, and bold imagery, the paintings in the main gallery will celebrate the last eleven years of Buff Monster’s career, culminating in a timeless epic tale of good vs. evil. For the “Legend of the Pink Cherry,” the artist draws inspiration from Renaissance paintings. Buff Monster will introduce his latest creamy creation, a soft serve ice cream cone with human-like arms and legs. Each acrylic-on-wood panel piece in the show is delicately rendered with airbrush, a first for the artist. Buff Monster’s narratives are more character and figure-based than before, and the series of paintings created for the exhibition will also reveal a new direction in Buff Monster’s career. “I’ve always thought of my work as inspired by and representative of Los Angeles—Hollywood more specifically. Los Angeles is the birthplace of Buff Monster. Part of why I feel compelled to tie everything together is that I feel that this chapter of my life and my work is coming to an end, and I’m looking to the future. It’s time to go East.”