The Art of Psyclone Studios

cre8ery gallery and studio

2-125 Adelaide Street





Visual arts

Youth & teens

After three decades of continuously having been told to not draw comics, Evan Quiring stopped listening. He doesn't break the rules, he just tends to bend them. Evan is a writer who draws. Stories in need to be put into print and posted online in digital format. At this show work will be presented in a variety of formats, ranging from pen & ink original artwork, to prints to comic books. Original art on display will include pages from the first four issues of his comic book series, Lucha Mystery as well as original pages from his other comic book series, Murder City Devil. Both titles are published by Sacramento’s Scattered Comics. Also included are pages and covers from Lucy Chaplin: Science Starlet, published by Sugar Skull Media (Austin, TX) In addition to the published, original sequential art, there will be artwork of various comic book covers, event posters and pop culture pin-ups. Hailing from the godforsaken winter hell that is Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Evan Quiring (pronounced Kwy-Ring) has been working on and off in the indy comics scene since 2002. In addition to being the writer & artist on Scattered Comics’, Lucha Mystery, he has done artwork for various publishers including Heroic Publishing, Dynamite Entertainment, Alternative Comics, Red Eye Press, Ronin Studios, Afterburn Studios, Markosia, Lonely Robot Comics, Forged Vision Studios and Sugar Skull Media.

This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

The Art of Psyclone Studios

Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27

12:00 PM to 6:00 PM

12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Organized by

cre8ery gallery

At cre8ery we support all artists of all levels and abilities. We are a 8,800 square foot commercial gallery and studio space open Tuesday to Friday afternoons, 12-6pm and Saturdays 12-5pm. We host bi-weekly exhibitions in our main gallery space and members have an opportunity to sell works from our auxiliary gallery space. There are memberships, mentorship opportunities, pop up shops, and occassional classes offered through cre8ery. Cre8ery is soon starting its 13th year of business, owned and operated by Visual Artist, Jordan Miller who is passionate about her artst community and all forms of art. Jordan Miller is also the recipient of the 2011 Woman of Distinction Awards in the Arts for her work at cre8ery and in the community at large.


2-125 Adelaide Street


We are located on the corner of William and Adelaide on the Adelaide side of the building. Please walk up to the second floor and walk inside the blue door!

Event Contact

Jordan Miller




This event has gender-neutral washrooms.

we are located on the second floor, there are stairs.