And here’s your first look at Jerrod’s solo piece. In addition to these individual pieces, they will have three collaborative piece in the show. I shared sneak peeks of two of their joint pieces yesterday, but you’ll have to wait until the opening to see the final one!
Jerrod describes how they worked together: We both had pieces in the opening WonderGround show at Downtown Disney. I was already a fan of his work and was thrilled to meet him in person. I have such admiration for what he does. Such meticulous and beautiful work, his pieces draw you in. So, when the idea came up to collaborate, I jumped at the chance to work with him. Our styles are very different and my first thought was that I should adjust my work to match his. That quickly proved to be the wrong approach. Instead, I did what I do best and he did what he does best. The result is a coming together of two distinct styles. I can’t tell you how pleased I was with the results.