Chaos Theory 15

Chaos Theory 15 launched this past weekend at Legend City Studios in downtown Phoenix. A host of the Valley’s best and brightest artists contributed works to the annual exhibition which has developed a reputation as one of the Valley’s premiere art events. The man of the hour, Randy Slack, could be seen bustling about, greeting swarms of congratulators amid the commotion of a packed house, and only occasionally stopping to threaten anyone who might spill Tecate on the interior of his pristine Volkswagen camper van parked out front. We’re talking original interior here, people. All joking aside, Chaos Theory once again proved a veritable Who’s Who of local arts and, if you missed it, you missed out big time. Fear not, Legend City Studios will be opening its doors one more time for Chaos Theory 15 on Third Friday so mark your calendar. More info here.


“Big Dipper” by Emmett Potter


Ashley Macias, “The Higher Plane”, acrylic and spray paint


Shauna Thibault, “Portrait #2”, oil on wood


Yai, “I Play, You Pray, Me Prey”, acrylic on wood


“What Goes Up must Come Down” by Kristin Bauer



Randy Slack who organized the event also included one of his pieces in the exhibit.


Colin Chillag, “Portrait of Jenna Taking a Self Portrait”


Somber Sides was one of the bands selected to perform at Chaos Theory along with Cherie Cherie.


Strange and wondrous fashions provided by Rare Scarf.