1910 — Cut From The Same Cloth

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A collaborative project by Schoph + Jamie Lynn

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 31st, 2019

Exhibition: January 31st- March 2nd, 2019

“Cut From the Same Cloth” – (idiomatic, of two or more persons or things, Very similar; possessing many of the same fundamental characteristics)

An art show brought to you by 1910 – the collaborative works of Jamie M. Lynn and Schoph Schofield.

Working together under the name 1910, Schoph and Jamie bring a showcase selection of the past years works .The collaborative work of the pair go hand in hand and together, or apart, they have one of the most recognizable styles in the snow industry today.

Through all the creative material being forged on the daily, Jamie Lynn strikes a chord throughout the industry. His legendary status and decades working alongside Lib Tech, Vans, Volcom and Dragon has produced some of the most iconic / famed artworks in the snow world. Inspiring and laying down a path for generations to come.

Over the past few years Jamie teamed up with close friend and renowned global artist Schoph. Yorkshire, UK born, a polarizing figure in the snow and skate scene and today is more influential for the snowboard art community than just about any other artist out there, curating group shows bringing industry artists together, along with producing years of work for mutual long standing benefactors Lib Tech, Vans , Volcom, and Dragon to name a few.

Schoph’s distinct bold style compliments Lynn’s as they go back and forth. The two are equal parts creative as they are elusive and mystifying, an unstoppable force where their works are concerned.

Together they are 1910, two mates having a good time all the time, showcasing creativity and having an opportunity to share the good times through artistic endeavors to like-minded individuals. They both welcome you to “Cut from the same cloth”, a selection of works of originals and print”.

Photo Credit – Amanda Tipton Photography

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Jamie M. Lynn and Schoph Schofield, who work in collaboration under the moniker 1910, came together as a team at the intersection of art and the snowboarding universe to create wall- and mural-sized mashups of their individual gear-art styles. Leon turns over gallery space to the duo for a display of original collaborations and prints.

Photo courtesy of 1910: Schoph + Jamie Lynn

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Cymon Padilla – re:mix

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re: mix
Paintings by Cymon Padilla

Opening Reception: December 1st, 2018 7pm-11pm

Exhibition: December 1st, 2018 – January 26th, 2019

Leon is excited to present the first solo exhibition of Cymon Padilla’s paintings in Denver, CO. Cymon’s work exudes an irreverent and giddy wit, through the sampling of iconic images that span multiple centuries, while also invoking modern day pop culture. Diverse and dissonant elements are distilled into lean, impactful compositions, which themselves reference various artistic movements such as Dada collage, AbEx formalism, Surrealism, or Pop Art illustration, then morphed by the technological tools of computerized manipulation.

Artist Statement

My current body of work aims to fuse disparate elements of our shared visual culture, whether seen through screens connected to vacuum tubes, the pixels on a phone, or the pages of an art history book. Using traditional oil painting techniques to represent collage, digital manipulation, and trompe l’oeil, I combine, collapse, and remix the imitated world onto the flat surface of the picture plane, mashing classical European figurative work with the golden age of Disney, Saturday morning cartoons, pop art, and vintage advertisement.


Cymon Padilla was born in Colorado Springs in 1983. He received his Associate of Arts from Pikes Peak Community College in 2012, and has shown his work regionally ever since. When not at his day job or in the studio, Cymon spends much of his time wondering what his dog is thinking.

IG: @cymonpadilla

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Photo by Cori Anderson

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