Nucleus is proud and honored to host this special exhibition featuring artwork by over 40 DreamWorks artists all creating original art in celebration of the new film, How To Train Your Dragon 2. With select pieces available for sale and several artists in attendance, guests will have a chance to meet the creative talent behind the film as they sign copies of the new Art of How To Train Your Dragon 2 book.
Purchase a HTTYD book and receive a raffle ticket to attend the event for free and avoid standing in line to get your book signed as we will call out numbers in sequence. Keep your raffle ticket as it will allow you to win prizes at 8pm, 9pm and 10pm. (prizes to be announced)
Trade in your HTTYD movie ticket stub to attend our event for free and to receive an extra 5 raffle tickets for more chances to win!
Purchase a HTTYD book from our site or shop from now till July 7th and be entered to win a free signed Nicolas Marlet HTTYD print! Winner to be announced July 8th at 5pm on our Facebook page and blog. (shipping fees may apply)
Exclusive HTTYD prints to be released at the opening reception.
Enjoy Burnt to a Crisp, a Food Truck that serves Texas Smokehouse BBQ!
6:00pm – 7:00pm (Artists Panel Presentation)
8:00pm – 10:00pm (Artist Signing)
8:00pm (1st raffle drawing)
9:00 (2nd raffle drawing)
10:00 (final raffle drawing)
$5 Admission at the door or FREE w/ purchase of The Art of How To Train Your Dragon 2 book (seats are limited, standing room available).
Outside books will be subject to a $10 fee.
to be announced…
Marcos Mateu Mestre
Heidi Jo Gilbert
Louie Del Carmen
Peter Paul Bautista
Sharon Bridgeman Lukic
more to be announced…
Crowded Teeth (Michelle Romo)
210 East Main Street, Alhambra, CA 91801
Justin Gerard opens an exhibition on August 6th at 7pm.
Hunting dragons is no easy task. Just ask St. George, the original dragon slayer. Armed with only a lance and nobility, George ventured deep into the dragon’s lair, when the reptilian beast threatened to devour the king’s only daughter. After engaging the monster in combat, George managed to capture the beast and behead it before all the fearful townspeople. Gerard re-envisions this legendary tale with original watercolors and oils. Process work will also be on display.
This exhibit will recreate this story through the works of Justin Gerard’s art pieces. An illustrator from Greenville, South Carolina, Gerard specializes in lush and lively illustrations, many of which feature creatures and characters of fantasy lore. His works have been shown in Spectrum Fantastic Arts, the Society of Illustrators, and the Illustrator’s Annual.
210 East Main St, Alhambra, CA 91801