Wow, check out this amazing collaboration between Sean Regaldo and MoeMoe!! This piece is part of WWA Gallery‘s upcoming group exhibition “Happiest Show on Earth.” Opening on September 7, this will be Color Ink Book‘s 5th anniversary group exhibit.
With a nod to WWA Gallery’s roots in animation art, over 60 artists have revamped iconic Disney characters. Jerome Lu captures the feeling of what it’s like to visit the happiest place on earth.
Dan Goodsell has several affordable and super affordable pieces in this show. “Happiest Show on Earth” opens with a reception on September 7 from 7-10pm. Sign up for the preview list at WWA Gallery’s website.
Martin Hsu created 8 new paintings for the group exhibition “Ghosts and All” currently showing at WWA Gallery. I’m not surprised that 6 of 8 paintings sold on opening night! You can all of the artwork from the show here.
If 2013 has been kicking your butt lately, you may need to visit WWA Gallery’s next group art show ‘I Believe in Unicorns, Too!” WWA Gallery invited artists to paint fantastical happiness and celebrate enchantment and wonder through art, and the preview images look fabulous.
Bursting with all the saccharine sweet and fantastical happiness that over 50 fine artists, illustrators, animators and sculptors can dream up, “I Believe in Unicorns, Too!” is the over-the-top celebration of enchantment and wonder you need and crave in a world filled with cynicism and despair.
Special guest author/ illustrator Cole Moss will be in the gallery on opening night
to sign his new book “Why Unicorn Drinks.” Learn the dark intricacies of Moss’ oddball unicorn and then share a special moment with Moss in our Magical Unicorn Photo Wonderland!
Open to the public, the gallery reception for “I Believe in Unicorns, Too!” is from 7 -10PM on Saturday, February 16th. The exhibit will run through March 23rd, 2013.
Opening on July 7, “Fractured Fairy Tales” brings the world of talking animals, princesses, and ‘happily ever after’ to WWA Gallery. Curated by Sandra Equihua and Drake Brodahl, the group exhibition features 32 animators re-imagining the world of classic fairy tales.