Gennie Rim, former artistic manager at Pixar and Disney, picks up her ongoing series centered on the art of animation with a new exhibit, “Ladies of Animation,” underlining the personal work of female artists from major studios including Disney, Pixar, and Dreamworks. The Opening Reception will be held on Saturday, February 9th from 6 – 10 p.m at GRspace (114 W. 4th St. Los Angeles, CA 90013). The show runs through March 2nd, 2013.
Featured in the show are: Victoria Ying, Sho Murase, Helen Mingjue Chen, Nicole Mitchell, Clio Chiang, Griselda Sastrawinata, Anna Chambers, Lorelay Bove, Claire Keane, Fawn Veerasunthorn, Brittney Lee, Kendelle Hoyer and Lissa Treiman.
The women’s contributions span many disciplines within the world of animation from the design of feature characters to story and visual development in films such as Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph, Frankenweenie, and Paperman. The reach of their work extends beyond the studios into the arenas of toy design, graphic novels and advertising.
Of these artists, Rim says, “All of these women are world-class talent, and their personal work should be seen and recognized within the community of animation, and also within the world of fine art.”
A portion of proceeds will be used to support GRworks’ free monthly art workshop for kids — Rim’s simultaneous effort to foster interest and support for youth arts in Los Angeles. The next workshop, taught by animation artists, is scheduled for Saturday, February 15th from 1 – 3 p.m. at GRspace. For more information, please email info@GRworks.com.
Founded by animation professional Gennie Rim, GRworks was conceived in 2012 to bridge the gap between the creativity in commercial animation and fine art. Integral to the vision and philosophy of GRworks is the desire to create a space for highly talented production artists to pursue and exhibit personal works to the fine art and contemporary art communities. GRworks-curated shows have showcased many of the animation industry’s top talent. Rim brings more than 15 years of experience in animation and film, working at such industry titans as Disney and Pixar.
Join Gallery Nucleus on November 9, 2012 from 6:30PM – 8:30PM for an artist panel and see some of their amazing work on the film Wreck-It Ralph along with the work of other Disney artists!
more to be announced…
6:30 – 7:30pm (panel presentation)
7:30pm – 8:00pm (Q&A)
8:00pm – 11:00pm (Brittney and Lorelay exhibition opening/book signing)
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Gallery Nucleus opens a new exhibit on Saturday June 11that 7pm.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a few words can make a delightfully pretty picture. This exhibit has of 13 fresh, diverse, and notable young artists visually exploring their favorite idiom.
Idioms are playful expressions of any language, consisting of phrases or sentences that do not literally mean what they say, illustrating them results in works that are visually striking, whimsical, humorous, and downright fun.
A range of aesthetics and mediums will be on display and include drawings, paintings, lithographs, paper-cuts and more.
210 East Main St, Alhambra, CA 91801
Gallery Nucleus is proud to present the ‘Harry Potter Tribute Art Exhibition’, an exhibition that features extraordinary art from over 50 talented artists/fans from around the world. In celebration of the final film and all things Harry Potter, this exhibit is carefully curated through open submissions and private invitations, the Harry Potter Tribute blog has been active for the past year and amongst the artists featured include Kazu Kibuishi, Amy Kim Kibuishi, Brittney Lee, Jake Parker, Johane Matte, William Stout, Mindy Lee, Israel Sanchez, Cory Godbey, and Mary Grandpre, cover Illustrator of the American editions of the Harry Potter books series. Opening night is July 9, 2011 from 7-11pm.
Admission is $2 per person at the door, but FREE admission to those who come in Harry Potter-inspired attire or when when you Facebook, Twitter, or Blog about the event before July 2, 2011.
Guests will also be invited to participate in a plethora of activities including:
FREE entrance gift of exclusive exhibition buttons that will divide attendees into individual Hogwarts houses (available while supplies last).
Snitch-Seeking machine booth and contest.
Harry Potter photo area.
Mystery flavored Jelly Belly tasting station.
FREE Butterbeer and snacks served.
Prizes for contest and raffle winners will include Harry Potter merchandise, a Warner Brothers Studios Tour ticket, and an exclusive print from Mary Grandpre!
This event is not to be missed for Harry Potter fans, and those who can’t fly all the way to Universal Studios, Orlando.
For the complete roster of participating artists, including further details about opening reception highlights, please visit our homepage.
Plus, follow our ongoing tribute blog for any news and updates on the exhibit, the featured artists, or anything Harry Potter!
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Brittney Lee appears on Sunday April 17, 1:00PM – 4:30PM
Cost: $20 per person (PRESALE)
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
$25 at the door.
Join Gallery Nucleus and Motivarti for a special event featuring visual development artist Brittney Lee. In this exclusive event, Brittney will share her experiences with transitioning from art school into a successful career in feature animation, as well as the techniques she uses to create her exquisite paper art.
The Afternoon Includes:
A one-hour lecture with Q&A, with topics including Brittney’s development as an artist, techniques for creating a fan base, and advice for making the transition to a career in the entertainment industry.
A two-hour, open-format paper demo, in which Brittney will craft an original paper work while explaining her process and techniques.
Artist meet-and-greet, with print and book signing following the paper demo.
A raffle of the original paper artwork created during Brittney’s demo; you’ll receive 3 free raffle tickets for attending, with more tickets available for purchase at the event.
An opportunity to purchase a limited-run, numbered and signed print which Brittney has created exclusively for Gallery Nucleus and Motivarti for this event
At Motivarti, we believe that luck happens when opportunity meets preparation. Whether you’re a working professional, recent graduate, or current student, you’ll find that our lectures, classes, workshops, and events will broaden your creative horizons, and help you make your own luck.
About Brittney Lee
After graduating from Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Film and Animation, Brittney moved to the West Coast with the goal of working in the entertainment industry. Over time, she created a fan base and built buzz around her playful, exquisitely crafted paper art. She currently works for Walt Disney Animation, with credits including the children’s book, Tangled: A Dazzling Day.
210 East Main St, Alhambra, CA 91801
September 19, 2009 – October 06, 2009
Opening Reception /September 19, 7:00PM – 11:00PM
Nucleus proudly presents Terrible Yellow Eyes, an exhibition by guest curator Cory Godbey, creator of www.terribleyelloweyes.com
This exhibit is the selected physical gallery show of the online collection of artwork inspired by the beloved classic Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. An international roster of over 30 artists will be on exhibit.
Opening night features include:
*Several new and original works will be on display
*Free refreshments served
*This is an all ages event
WIN ORIGINAL ART
For the first time ever, we’re raffling away an original, one-of-a-kind art piece from the exhibit. Purchase a raffle ticket opening night for a chance to win!
Original artwork raffle of Jake Parker’s ‘King Max’ (see below).
C. G. Young
Juan Manuel Pedraza
Peter de SÃ¨ve
and more to be announced…
Gallery Nucleus, 210 East Main St, Alhambra, CA 91801