Artist Jamie Chase appears at the Cocteau Cinema on Tuesday, July 12th at 6:00 PM to discuss his artistic process and illustrations for the new Dark Horse edition of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ At the Earth’s Core. There will be a display and sale of his original works in the gallery!
The event takes place from 6:00 PM through 8:00 PM, and tickets are $5.00 for General Admission or $15.00 for admission and a copy of the graphic novel.
Jean Cocteau Cinema
418 Montezuma Ave Santa Fe NM 87501
In celebration of the release of Journal #3 and the closing of the Gravity Falls series, creator Alex Hirsch along with other production staff and professional illustrators will be contributing new and original artwork to this official Gravity Falls exhibition / book signing at Gallery Nucleus. Alex Hirsch will be in attendance on opening night on August 6, 2016 only. The art exhibition will be up from August 6 – August 21, 2016.
Cosplay is highly encouraged! Open to the Public, All Ages Welcome, No RSVP needed.
$5 entrance fee at the door.
This is expected to be a HIGHLY attended event, so please plan accordingly!
OPENING RECEPTION HIGHLIGHTS
-Exclusive door prizes and raffle giveaways will be available to attendees only.
-First 100 people in line will be able to get in early and get their book signed by Alex. NO SAVING SPACES FOR FRIENDS, NO EXCEPTIONS! IF you are not physically there at the time we start counting, you will NOT be included as part of the first 100. In order to receive a bracelet for the signing, the first 100 people must EITHER purchase their Gravity Falls merchandise in our store OR if you bring an outside book for signing, it will be subject to a $10 fee.
-Signing scheduled from 4:00 – 5:00 PM.
-Media/VIP Preview Hour from 5:00 – 6:00 PM. Doors open to the public at 6:00 PM.
-Complimentary refreshments available
-Hourly raffle giveaways (Winners do not need to be present to win. Winning numbers will be announced on our Facebook and Twitter)
210 East Main Street, Alhambra, CA 91801
Andrew Houle, John Cardinal, and Michael Crockett open an art show at the Montserrat Gallery on Saturday, July 30, 2016 at 5:30 PM
From the pages of “Chroma,” an art annual created by three Montserrat alum, a commitment was formed to showcase emerging and established artists in a vibrant and varied publication. With each volume filling a need to define the creative community in New England and giving a voice to the artists residing here.
While the co-founders (Andrew Houle ’00, John Cardinal ’99, and Michael Crockett ’97) shared overlapping years attending Montserrat, a passion for illustration, comic book culture and painting formed a bond that would later bring them to form Tryptic Press and later publish “Chroma” vol. 1.
Now together releasing “Chroma” vol. 3 & vol. 4 a thriving and supportive collective of artists has formed. Creating an uncommon home within the “Chroma Family”, bridging abstract painters, fashion photography, comic book illustrators, community based art programs, printmakers, sound-makers and even robot-makers.
With this 50 person group exhibition all points come together in some cases meeting for the very first time in person and on the walls, combining all four current volumes of artists. Creating new collaborations, new relationships, new directions for what has always been right in our own backyard; a New England Art Awakening.
23 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915
The Toonseum, Pittsburgh’s Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, is currently in the process of organizing an exhibit of Star Trek original comic art. Art collectors have been instrumental in the success of prior exhibits at the ToonSeum, including last year’s Avengers: 50 Years of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and the current Captain America: 75 Years of the Sentinel of Liberty exhibits, and the hope is that this will again prove true with Star Trek.
The Toonseum is thus reaching out to any collectors who might be willing and kind of enough to loan the Pittsburgh-based museum some amazing Star Trek pages to be placed on display to the public. The exhibit will run from October 28, 2016, until January 15, 2017.
If you think that you would like to loan some Star Trek art and/or have questions about the process, you can e-mail Board Member, Treasurer and Exhibit Curator Anthony Letizia (email@example.com). Anthony would be happy to answer any questions you might have about transport, insurance, museum security and can provide references from collectors who have loaned the Toonseum art for previous exhibits. You can also check out the museum at the website.
Thank you for your consideration.
June 28, 2016 by Joe Fauvel
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PalmCon Attended Artists are Invited to Exhibit their Work at a Local Gallery!
In an attempt to bring more attention to the talents of the Artists of the Comic Book Industry PalmCon has acquired the cooperation of a Premiere Art Gallery in Lake Worth. With their help, we are putting together an exhibit/sale of the works of the PalmCon family. This will highlight the talents of this industry, and give credence to the work that goes into the medium that we all love.
For more information on how to join or all other thing PalmCon please their website!
Daria Tessler and Dylan Jones appear at Floating World Comics on Thursday July 7, 2016 from 6-9pm for the I Can’t Guess art show and release party!
In addition to their recently published books, Daria Tessler & Dylan Jones are making a collaborative art zine out of a vast assortment of bits and pieces.
Dylan also will have a new zine called I Can’t Guess made for the show, in addition to his new book The Longer You Stare the Fatter I’m Guilty, published last month by Gridlords. Dylan Jones has led a shoe mouth face floppy dagger dinger across an array of pages with his dextrous limbs’ pinwheel pineal dialogue. His new book will no doubt leave a zipper-length void in midmouth just as you grew wanting.
Daria Tessler’s most recent book, Three Magical Recipes from the Book of Secrets of Albertus Magnus, was published by Perfectly Acceptable Press. Dig out your parents’ glassen vessel and catch thyself a rearmouse – Daria Tessler illuminates three recipes from Alchemist-in-Chief Albertus Magnus’s Book of Secrets… One spell-binding four-color Risograph booklet.
Dylan Jones is an artist originally hailing from New Hampshire. Jones probably draws for more hours, makes more art and animates more objects than anyone alive or dead. It’s hard to imagine Jones sleeping ever, and his work makes one believe that he likely only loosely does something resembling sleeping, with eyes agape at all times. A meditative existence, so to speak. His work is methodical, pulling at all of the items in view, all of our mundane surroundings, and showing us how people can inhabit these the way Jones will inhabit your psyche. Jones’s work is the field of fantasies for persons who have seen too much, and it is the nightmares of the blissfully ignorant.
Born in Finland, Daria Tessler has been popping out of a jack-in-the-box at the cranking of dawn’s sunburned hand to the music of unknown worlds. A master silkscreener and master artist, Tessler has pulled as many visions she has screens. Her expert use of color will make you believe you are seeing hues that your eyes couldn’t previously register. Her linework and patterning is the most pleasant waft of wispy air, filled with pollen and pines, brushing over you. Each inhabitant of Tessler’s work wears on them a blissful quality of anxiety, a state of mind. You are doing yourself the greatest favor by stepping out of your body and into her body of work. Her book Music of Changes will be out soon from Latvian publisher kus! as part of their mini kus! line.
Floating World Comics
400 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR 97209
HeroesCon hosts a Kick-Off Party / Milkfed Criminal Masterminds Art Show at Buffalo Wild Wings on Thursday, June 16 from 7:00 PM till midnight! 100% of the sales of this limited edition Non-Compliant “Bitch Planet” inspired T-Shirt, along with 10% of the total sales of food and drink at Buffalo Wild Wings, will be donated to Equality NC to encourage tolerance and change in our government and society!
If you’re planning to attend HeroesCon, be sure to stop by Buffalo Wild Wings on Thursday night and help make a difference!
This design will also be available as a “print-on-demand” Indie Island shirt at Fine Print Shoppe Booths 1010/1109 throughout the convention. You can bring your own shirt, tank top or bag and have it screen-printed, or you can purchase one on site. HeroesCon will donate all the proceeds from the sale of “Non-Compliant” print-on-demand items to Equality NC as well!
Also Casanova co-creators Matt Fraction, Gabriel Bá, and Fàbio Moon will be on hand to celebrate the comic’s tenth anniversary with an exhibition of original artwork and live art!
Buffalo Wild Wings – Nascar Hall of Fame
400 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Charlotte NC 28202
Disney artist Andy Harkness will be signing his new Disney Artist Series Showcase book Bug Zoo. It is a beautifully illustrated children’s book filled with mixed media utilized to create the world of bugs! Gallery Nucleus will also be featuring original artwork tied to the book by Andy! He will be there to sign and meet with fans, come join us at Saturday June 18th, 2016 from 2:00 – 5:00 pm.
Ben loves bugs: armored, teeny, leggy, greenie, floaty, wingy, jumpy, springy bugs! After a trip to the city zoo, Ben collects all of the bugs he can find and sets up a bug zoo. He couldn’t be happier–but what about his bugs?
About the artist:
Andy Harkness is an art director for the Walt Disney Animation Studios. He’s worked on such films as Pocahontas, Mulan, Lilo and Stitch, Brother Bear, Tangled, and Frozen. He’s art directed short films such as “The Ballad of Nessie” and “Mickey Mouse’s Get a Horse!” He’s been nominated for three Annie Awards and won both an Annie and an Emmy Award for art directing ABC’s “Prep and Landing.” He lives with his wife and two sons in Manhattan Beach, California, and still hunts bugs at least twice a week.
More activities to be announced soon! To learn more on Andy’s process on the book, check out this video “The Making of Bug Zoo”
210 East Main Street, Alhambra, CA 91801
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are coming out of their shells in a special art gallery opening hosted by Turtles co-creator Kevin Eastman and IDW Publishing! All 100 original covers from Hero Initiative’s The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 100 Project will make their public debut in a gala event at: San Diego Comic Art Gallery on Friday, June 3, 2016 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM.
IDW Publishing provided special, limited-edition blank covered copies of the landmark Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #50, and Hero Initiative commissioned 100 well known artists including Dale Keown, Whilce Portacio, Bill Sienkiewicz, Walter Simonson and more to create original drawings right on the covers. All the amazing art will be on display, for one night ONLY, Friday June 3rd (the same night as the release of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows movie)!
And there’s MORE: Kevin Eastman did an additional 15 original covers which will be available for purchase the night of the event, and he’ll be live-sketching two additional covers. Other participating artists will be in attendance, too, with more live sketching from the artists.
All art on display and produced the night of June 3rd will be available this fall in The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 100 Project, a book available in both hardcover and softcover from IDW. All the covers will go up for auction on eBay starting on Tuesday June 14, 2016.
“I can not think of a better way to honor and celebrate the ART of the medium we all work in,” said Kevin Eastman “A special event, in a gallery setting created for our ART, while raising money to help the ARTISTS in need who originally inspired us!”
Admission is FREE (entrance donations to the Hero Initiative will be appreciated) and light refreshements will be available.
A splendid time will be had by all in an awesome event to raise funds for Hero Initiative, a charity near and dear to us all!
About The San Diego Comic Art Gallery:
The San Diego Comic Art Gallery is a unique and dynamic space, designed to educate, engage, and celebrate sequential comic book and graphic arts through an ongoing series of special events, author and artist appearances, and original art installations. Spelled
Owned and operated by IDW Publishing, a renowned International Publisher based in San Diego, the SDCAG has already become a destination to worldwide fans of the medium, cementing San Diego’s status as a Capital of the comic arts, while becoming an integral part of the immediate community.
San Diego Comic Art Gallery – Barracks 3 First Floor
2765 Truxtun Road, San Diego, CA 92106
Cartoonist Peter Kuper opens a solo exhibition at the Scott Eder Gallery on Thursday, June 16th, 2016 at 6:00 PM!
SCOTT EDER GALLERY is thrilled to announce a solo exhibition of work by Peter Kuper, spanning his prolific career as a cartoonist, author, and political illustrator.
Peter Kuper’s powerful illustrations and comics have appeared around the world in newspapers and magazines, including The New Yorker, Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, Liberation, The Nation, Vertigo (DC Comics), and MAD Magazine, where he has been writing and drawing “Spy vs. Spy,” the ironic – and iconic – wordless strip featuring dueling spies, since 1997. Noted for his politically and socially charged visual commentary, Kuper is also the co-founder of Dream of the Rarebit Fiend/ Blab!
Spy vs Spy / MAD Magazine World War 3 Illustrated, a political comix magazine, and has remained on its editorial board since 1979.
Peter Kuper has produced over two dozen books translated into French, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Hebrew and other languages. They include The System, Stop Forgetting To Remember, Sticks and Stones (which won The Society of Illustrators’ Gold Medal),
Newsweek cover and adaptations of many of Franz Kafka’s works including The Metamorphosis, which is used in high school and college curricula in the U.S. and abroad. He has also been teaching comics courses at The School of Visual Arts for over 25 years and is a visiting professor at Harvard University.
An inveterate traveler, Kuper has journeyed around the world with sketchbook in hand and the results include Comics Trips, a chronicle of his eight-month trip through Africa and Southeast Asia and Diario de Oaxaca, based on a two-year sabbatical Kuper spent with his wife and daughter living in Oaxaca, Mexico from 2006-2008. His most recent graphic novel, Ruins, is the culmination of his travel experiences, chronicling the migration of the Monarch butterfly interwoven with a couple’s journey to Mexico.
Scott Eder Gallery
18 Bridge Street, Suite 2-i, Brooklyn, NY 11201