Philip Carey

 Carey’s work, including original Dream Drawings, Dream Books, Illustrated Envelopes, and Illustrated Post Cards, is sold at these art outlets.

ARIZONA
The Gallery of Dreams, Saint David
Dragonfly Gallery, Tucson

CALIFORNIA
Coalesce Bookstore, Morro Bay
Just Folk, Summerland
Olive Tree Fine Arts, Atascadero
San Luis Obispo Museum of Art, San Luis Obispo
Dr. Cain's Comics,  San Luis Obispo
Smoobage, Morro Bay

ILLINOIS
Intuit Museum Shop, Chicago

MARYLAND
Big Planet Comics, Bethesda

MICHIGAN
Art Reach of Mid-Michigan, Mt. Pleasant
East End Gallery, Marshall

NEW MEXICO
Astro Zombies, Albuquerque

NEW YORK
Desert Island, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

OREGON
Floating Comic World, Portland

VIRGINIA
Big Planet Comics, Vienna

WASHINGTON, D.C.
Big Planet Comics

About Philip Carey

The artwork of California artist Philip Carey can best be described as being colorful, wacky, and full of fun. His art consists of sketches and stories about his bizarre dreams that are drawn with ink and Prismacolor pencils on 3x5 Post-It notes. The drawings are framed and have been published in four volumes of dream drawing books. He also creates postal art during his three-times-a-week kidney dialysis treatments. These are drawn on #10 envelopes and depicts the adventures of "mini-Philip," phobias, scenes from dialysis, landscapes, travel, and colorful designs. Recently he has been creating "bandage faces," which are actual byproducts of his dialysis treatments.

Carey received a B.A. in Exhibit Design from California State University at Long Beach. His 35-year career included being Exhibit Designer/Installer at the California Museum of Science and Industry in Los Angeles; Director of Education and Curator of Exhibits at the Roberson Center for the Arts and Sciences in Binghamton, New York; and Exhibit Designer/Coordinator for the California State Parks Department in Sacramento, California.

In June 2013, he won first place in the 10x10 show, "Lost But Not Forgotten," at the Bakersfield Museum of Art, where two of his three-dimensional dream drawings were accepted.

Solo Exhibitions

2014  “Blood Is Thicker Than Ink”, Morey Gallery. Art Reach of Mid Michigan, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
2014 “Dreams and Blood, New Works by Philip Carey”  Deer Run Art and Artifacts. Cambria, California
2013  “Illustrated Envelopes from a Long Distance Love Affair” Marshall US Postal Museum. Marshall, Michigan
2013  “Strange Dreams of a Strange Dreamer” East End Gallery and Studio. Marshall, Michigan
2012  “Graphic Dreaming”  San Lusi Obispo Museum of Art. San Lusi Obispo, California

Two Person Exhibitions

2012  “Capturing Dreams” With George Asdel. Gallery at Marina Square. Morro Bay, California

Juried Shows

2014 ArtPriz Grand Rapids, Michigan -Bridgewater Place

2014 ArtWalkCentral Art Reach of MidMichigan

2013  First Prize “Lost But Not Forgotten” 10”x10” show Bakersfield Museum of Art. Bakersfield, California (two entries accepted)
2011  Honorable Mention “California Invitational” Bakersfield Museum of Art. Bakersfield, California