Cool Stuff: The LOST Underground Art Project


On December 15th, Ronie Midfew Arts and held the LOST Underground Art Project, an art show at Gallery1988: LA celebrating one of the greatest television programs of all-time. In addition to the 16 poster prints released over the past few months, over 20 artists created original LOST-inspired paintings and sculptures (all available for purchase) to commemorate the event. These artists include:

Alex Pardee – Ben Strawn – Carlos Ramos – Chris Ryniak – Dan Lydersen – Dan May – Danielle Buerli – Edwin Ushiro – Eric Fortune – Jeff McMillan – Jeremy Asher Lynch – Julian Callos – Ken Garduno – Kirk Demarais – Lauren Gregg – Leontine Greenberg – Luke Berliner – Mark Bodnar – Mark Brown – Martin Wittfooth – Misha (from the mind of Paul Scheer) – Ralph Cosentino – Scott Campbell – Wade Schin – 64 Colors – Brent Nolasco – Dave Pressler – Jason Limon – Jeremiah Ketner – Jesse Hernandez – Jon Burgerman – KaNo – Leah Palmer – Lunabee – Motorbot – Nathan Spoor – Nemo – Pocketwookie – Reactor 88 – Scribe

Check out some of my favorite art pieces after the jump.




Jeff McMillan
“Season 3, And So It Goes” (Triptych)
acrylic on canvas panels
24 x 84 inches total


Alex Pardee
“Lockeness Monster”
ink and watercolor on paper
23.25 x 29.25 inches, framed
$1,200.00 – SOLD


Dan Lydersen
“Memento Mori”
oil on canvas
26 x 36 inches
$3,500.00 – SOLD

Martin Wittfooth
oil on canvas
20 x 20 inches, framed
$2,400.00 – SOLD


Andrew Hem
“We Have To Go Back”
acrylic on arches
35.75 x 13 inches, framed


Wade Schin
one-of-a-kind sculpture
approx. 5 inches tall, off base
$815.00 – SOLD


Wade Schin
one-of-a-kind sculpture
approx. 5 inches tall off base


Kirk Demarais
“The Linuses”
colored pencil on paper in envelope, unframed
10 x 13 inches
$350.00 – SOLD



Scott Campbell
“LOST Showdowns”
watercolor on archival paper
5 x 5 inches each, framed
$350.00 each


Misha (from the mind of Paul Scheer)
“Damon and Cartlon Combing The Hair Of The Smoke Monster”
arcylic on black velvet
24 x 20 inches, framed


Ralph Cosentino
“Make Your Own Kind Of Music”
gouache on board
9.75 x 7.75 inches, framed

Head on over to Gallery 1988 to see more. If you are interested in purchasing anything from this show, or have any questions, feel free to email Gallery1988 at

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