ATTACK OF THE FEZ MEN:
MODERN DAY FOLK ART BY JAIMIE MUEHLHAUSEN

IN 2013, JAIMIE HAD HIS FIRST FINE ART SHOW IN MANY YEARS AT THE CRAFTLAB GALLERY IN OCEANSIDE, CALIFORNIA. THE OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION WAS A HUGE SUCCESS, WITH A HUGE CROWD, BEVERAGES SPONSORED BY STONE BREWERY, AND RIBS AND PULLED PORK SMOKED ON THE HOME BBQ SMOKER BY JAIMIE'S DAD, JIM. SPECIAL CUSTOM DESSERTS WERE PROVIDED BY WHISK IT GOOD BAKING COMPANY. THERE WERE 55 PAINTINGS FOR THE SHOW, OF WHICH 53 SOLD! PLUS, ON DISPLAY WAS JAIMIE'S VINTAGE FEZ COLLECTION. JAIMIE ALSO PLAYED A SHORT LIVE MUSIC SET. ON THE CLOSING NIGHT OF THE SHOW, JAIMIE'S FORMER BAND, THE DEADLITES, GOT THE BAND BACK TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 15 YEARS AND PLAYED A FEW SONGS FROM THEIR 1998 ALBUM COMFORT. (VIDEO BELOW AND MUSIC AVAILABLE HERE).

HERE ARE PHOTOS FROM THE SHOW:



Not the greatest sound quality, but at least you can see the only official Deadlites reunion since 1999. Dave Quillen on guitar, Rob Quillen on drums, Mike Hawkins on bass. And Jaimie on guitar and vocals. It was fun.