Q Pop and Lolligag are joining forces to bring you a custom art show of the new vinyl toy, Aloha! Lolligag, and I’m happy to announce I’ll be doing a piece for the show! It’s still going to be a framed paper piece, just in the them of the Aloha character.
There will be more than 45 artists (worldwide) are participating. The opening reception is 3/25/2017 7pm-10pm. Hope you can make it!
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In collaboration with Disney Fine Art, Cyclops Print Works, Oh My Disney!, and Walt Disney Studios, Gallery Nucleus is celebrating the new Beauty and the Beast film with an art tribute exhibition of new illustrated reimaginings of the Disney classic.
The show opens Saturday, March 11 and will run through April 2, 2017! Be sure to swing by and check out all the awesome art!
This Saturday at Spoke Art in San Francisco, CA an art tribute show to Hayao Mikyazaki opens ! I’m happy to say that I’ll be apart of it along with a long list of amazing artists. For more information, please see their facebook event page. If you’re around be sure to stop by and see all the wonderful pieces!
“Call Me Snowball” – coming soon to Gallery1988′s Official Rick and Morty show! See details below
The end of October is approaching quickly and I’m excited to announce that this weekend will be the launch of two shows containing my artwork!
During the day, Tree & the Rock, in partnership with Gallery 1988 is launching it’s Tiny Tales show! It will features a collection for work by a variety of artists creating their own take on beloved children’s tales. Since it’s a kid friendly show it will open from 11a – 6pm.
Afterwards, head over to Gallery Nucleus and check out their exhibition for Laika’s 10 year Anniversary celebration. For this show, I created not just one, but two pieces! One will pay homage to Coraline and the other celebrates the amazing film, Kubo and the Two Strings.
That’s THREE whole new pieces waiting for new homes! Be sure to swing by the shows as each will run for a couple weeks.
“Should You Need Us” is set to premiere tomorrow at Gallery Nucleus’s “Through the Dangers Untold: A Labyrinth 30th Anniversary Tribute Exhibition” .
From Gallery Nucleus:
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the 1986 fantasy cult-classic Labyrinth and in memory of David Bowie, we are proud to present this official tribute to Jim Henson’s incredibly charming & imaginative final film.
Join us SEPTEMBER 17, 2016 from 7-10PM as we unveil original artwork from a wonderfully talented roster of artists that revisits our favorite scenes and characters from the film!
The show runs through September 30, 2016 so be sure to swing by and check out all the fun pieces!
DISNEY’S ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS ART SHOWCASE
Presented by Hero Complex Gallery and Disney Fine Art by Collectors Editions
OPENING RECEPTION TOMORROW NIGHT, 7-10pm!
Disney’s next film, Alice Through the Looking Glass, opens in one short week and in partnership with the movie, Hero Complex Gallery is pleased to announce our newest collaboration with Disney Fine Art by Collectors Editions and our next exhibition, Alice Through the Looking Glass Art Showcase presented by Hero Complex Gallery and Disney Fine Art by Collectors Editions.
The event will feature 50+ female artists (including me!) who have created all new original works inspired by the creativity and originality of all things Alice, including works inspired by both the new film, as well as the beloved classic book series by Lewis Carroll.
The gallery show will take place on May 20th, from 7-10pm in Los Angeles, just one week before the film opens on May 27th!
RSVP HERE: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Gallery1988(west) Friday, May 13, 2016 for the return of Idiot Box! This year’s show has almost 200 pieces paying tribute to TV shows. Take a peek at my piece paying tribute to LOSt and then check out all the rest.
This is my piece for Gallery1988′s “30 Years Later” show opening Friday, March 25, 2016 from 7-10p (on display until April 9, 2016). Their show will feature artwork inspired by movies released in 1986. For my piece, I opted to pay tribute to Aliens. Be sure to check it out before it’s “game over man!”