The Burning Man Collection
Dragon Street was buzzing on Wednesday, May 6th as Designer Edo Popken hosted Photographer Jeremy Lock’s unveiling of his Burning Man Collection. Guests Steve and Anne Stodghill, Pat Holder, Dee Simmons, Jan Miller, Jeff Rich and Jeremy’s wife, D’Andra Simmons were greeted by Photographer Jeremy Lock clad in his Burning Man attire as they entered men’s retailer, Edo Popken of Switzerland (1523 Dragon Street). Mr. Lock showcased his work with canvases located throughout the retail space, presented a virtual video that documented his Burning Man experience and the inspiration behind his Burning Man collection and was on hand to answer any questions about his collection.
Guests sipped on wine and champagne and enjoyed bites by Central Market as they strolled Mr. Lock’s artwork and Designer Edo Popken’s summer collection.
The Burning Man Collection is on display at Edo Popken of Switzerland through June 22nd and will be featured at The Dragon Street Walks on Saturday, May 16th and Saturday, June 20th. Mr. Lock’s focus and intent through his Burning Man portraits was to capture a sense of theater and play and collectively explore the vivid lives each of us possesses within. To see more on my Burning Man series please go to www.jeremytlock.com. For information on pricing and a catalogue, please email email@example.com.
Seen in the crowd: D’Andra Simmons, Cathy Vieth, Carmen Surgent, Steve and Anne Stodghill, Pat Holder, Dee Simmons, David Arnwine, Rick and Janet Fresquez, Michelle Bardwell, Holly Haber, Jan Miller, Jeff Rich and Jane McGarry.
Photos by Thomas Garza Photography.