Moonshine is the name of a group show that opens this Saturday, August 24, 2010, at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra California. It features the personal work of 45 concept artists, production designers, art directors and character designers from DreamWorks Studio.
The list of participating artists includes a number of artists that I have featured here on Lines and Colors: Chris Appelhans, Goro Fujita, Marcos Mateu-Mastre, Samuel Michlap, Simon Rodgers, and Nate Wragg, among others (links are to my posts).
There is a list of artists, with links to their websites or blogs, on the Gallery Nucleus page for the exhibition. There will also be an online gallery of pieces, but as of this writing it’s not yet posted.
There is an opening reception Saturday from 7-11pm (with a $2 admission that serves as a raffle ticket), and a closing reception and book signing on Friday September 3rd from 7-10pm. There is a flyer for the show here.
The book signing refers to a book, also titled Moonshine (more here), that will accompany the exhibition. It will be the first to feature the personal art of DreamWorks creators. Additional volumes are planned.
The group has established a blog, Moonshine: DreamWorks Artists… After Dark, that features artwork and artist interviews, as well as links to the websites and blogs of the members.
(Images above: Goro Fujita, Chin Ko, Lindsay Olivares, Samuel Michlap)
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