Tripoteca’s Fourth Edition World Psychedelic Film and Arts Festival is slated for its next venue at the Horse Hospital Art Space, London. Cody Seekins’ work, “Fuku-Shiva”, will be represented alongside the variety of talented visual, audio, and video artists participating. Click HERE for more information. […]
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A figure, Alex, stands mostly naked in the midst of a physical and psychological maelstrom. He is clad only in nostalgic 80’s era socks, on a tenuous island between active waters and a variety of shark denizens. Sharks on the right side of the image […]
Beginning this Autumn, Cody Seekins’ image “Fuku-Shiva” will travel as part of the Tripoteca Festival’s world tour. The festival is a roving celebration with contributors from 25 countries. Art images, video, and a variety of live performances will caravan serendipitously over the globe. The first event […]
Cody is happy to be participating in the Hive Gallery & Studios‘ 13th Year Anniversary Show, as one of the “Best of the Hive” exhibitors. Cody has shown with the Hive Gallery since 2010, and is proud to see its success. It promises to be […]
Another Budgie takes its place within the “Jātaka Tales of a Budgie-Sattva”; this one a visual amalgam of Parakeet, glamor lips smoking a lit joint, marijuana leaves, a prototypical yellow eye, and more. The distinguishable features of the figure are connected and supported by various […]
An early pencil work that began to incorporate some art historical Modernist influences within its composition. Representing a period of psychic and psycho-sexual investigation of the unconscious, this image portrays in essence a creature which offers itself to the observer, while simultaneously withdrawing. The architecture […]
A very old early work. The contemplation of a love interest. The creature on the left side sadly reviews a female figure who possesses a terrible mental split, to try to understand why his crush (male figure on the right side) has been drawn to […]
Another older work in contemplation of the mutable archetypes of psychedelia; in this instance that of an “elf”, bending and morphing itself in 3 dimensions and beyond. In the process he undergoes a process of self discovery.
An early millennial drawing; a scene of a being of non-ordinary awareness drifting past two beings of relatively normal identity.
This transgender white rabbit grasshopper mantis archetype seemed to draw itself spontaneously one evening in the year 2000 as I was coming down from an acid trip, listening to Modest Mouse’s “The Moon & Antarctica”.