MARVEL, STAR WARS, STREET ART & LOONEY TUNES UNIVERSES COLLIDE!

MARVEL, STAR WARS, STREET ART & LOONEY TUNES UNIVERSES COLLIDE!

       Graffiti Artists Sake, Krown One, Brisk One to Paint Live!

CHUCK JONES GALLERY—SAN DIEGO

COMIC CON INT’L 2018, JULY 19—22

The Chuck Jones Gallery will host receptions for these fine artists:

James Coleman, Rodel Gonzalez, Rob Kaz, James C. Mulligan,

Fabio Napoleoni

Introducing Sake, Krown One, Brisk One

San Diego: The Chuck Jones Gallery—San Diego announced today their line-up of incredible talent during Comic Con Int’l 2018, July 19-22. In addition to the artist receptions the gallery will commemorate their over four decades of bringing the art of American Pop culture to the people who love it with special games and prizes on Saturday evening, July 21, from 7 to 10 PM. Be there or be square!

The Chuck Jones Gallery will host receptions for the following artists during Comic Con. All events are free and open to the public. RSVP is suggested for artist appearances at 619-294-9880 or SanDiego@ChuckJones.com. The gallery is located at 232 Fifth Avenue, San Diego 92101, in the heart of the Gas Lamp. The gallery will be open 9 AM to 10 PM throughout the days of Comic Con.

“Watching the Experiment” fine art edition on canvas, 20″ x 16″ by Rob Kaz

Thursday, July 19 from 7 to 10 PM: A Star Wars tribute! Artists James Coleman, Rodel Gonzalez, and Rob Kaz, official artists of Star Wars art, will be the gallery’s special guests. New paintings and fine art editions depicting scenes and moments from the latest Star Wars episode, “Solo-A Star Wars Story” will premier. Painter James Coleman was a long-time animation background specialist for Walt Disney Studios. Since leaving “Hollywood”, he has toured the world with his original paintings and prints. Gonzalez, founder and lead singer of the rock band, Side A, found his artistic calling just a few years ago, but his luminous paintings and lush brushwork have made him an emerging artist of note. Rob Kaz, also an emerging artist, whose rich palette and unique sensitivity has earned him legions of fans. All three artists will dedicate artwork purchased for this event.

Friday, July 20 from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM: Meet Disney actor, Ryan Ochoa, and star of the upcoming feature film, “The Samuel Project.” A segment of the film was shot at the Chuck Jones Gallery in San Diego. The comedic drama, “The Samuel Project,” is about a teenager (Ryan Ochoa) who gets to know his grandfather Samuel (Hal Linden) for the first time when he makes him the subject of a senior year animated art project. With dreams of becoming a professional artist, the teen discovers that his grandpa, a dry cleaner, was heroically saved from Nazi capture in Germany by a young woman when he was a boy. After hesitating, Samuel agrees to tell his story for the project—a story he hasn’t told in over 75 years.

“Dr. Strange” acrylic on canvas, 20″ x 16″, by James C. Mulligan

Friday, July 20 from 3 to 6 PM:  Marvel Comics with Special Guest Artist James C. Mulligan: Mulligan, artist for Marvel, Disney, and Warner Bros will unveil his most recent original work and limited editions featuring all your favorite characters, such as Deadpool and Dr. Strange! Over the past several years, this multi-talented artist-singer-actor has created work that has touched the hearts and minds of collectors around the country and the world. His boyish charm and innate talent have endeared him to legions. The artist will dedicate artwork purchased for this event.Join us this afternoon and fall under his super powers!

“Nap Time” a fine art edition on canvas, 12″ x 16″, by Fabio Napoleoni., edition limited to 30 signed and numbered examples.

Friday, July 20 from 7 to 10 PM: American Art Star, Fabio Napoleoni, will be on hand as we premier his new paintings and fine art editions on paper and canvas. Creator of the much-beloved Marcenivo, Fabio continues to delight and inspire with his simple tales of love and redemption. Ours exclusively, “Nap Time”, a fine art reproduction on canvas featuring Marcenivo and the endearing Looney Tunes characters created by Chuck Jones, Marc Anthony and Pussyfoot, will premiere at the reception. The artist will make dedications purchased for this event.

Wile E. Coyote as interpreted by graffiti artist, Sake.

Saturday, July 21 from 4 to 7 PM:  Local Graffiti and Street Artists, Sake, Krown One, and Brisk One will bring their dynamic energy and urban attitude to interpreting the classic Looney Tunes characters created by Chuck Jones. Sake, a two-time Emmy Award winner for his work with Fox Studios, and Brisk One are both longtime San Diegans and their unique work with aerosol paint and their street aesthetic have inspired and influenced street artists around the globe.  Krown One is known locally for his work with Writerz Blok in San Diego. Painting live in the gallery, they’ll each be finishing a coordinated triptych work (three panels to form a whole.) Dawg, it’s going to be a dope experience.

Craig Kausen, Chuck Jones’s grandson, and president of the Chuck Jones Companies, photographed at the Huntsville Museum of Art during its presentation of the Smithsonian Institute’s exhibition, “What’s Up, Doc? The Animated Art of Chuck Jones”, January 2017.

Saturday, July 21 from 7 to 10 PM: Meet Chuck Jones’s grandson, Craig Kausen, and president of the Chuck Jones Companies, as he unveils work from the Chuck Jones archive and shares stories about growing up with Chuck Jones. Plus, play along as we celebrate our 40th anniversary bringing the best art of American POP Culture to you! Games! Prizes! Fun for the whole family!

Chuck Jones Gallery, 232 Fifth Avenue, San Diego. Located directly across the street from the Hard Rock Hotel and a half block north of the Convention Center.

About the Gallery: The Chuck Jones Gallery represents the finest in the art of American Pop culture. It is also the only gallery in San Diego dedicated to the art of the animated film, representing not only the work of its namesake, four-time Academy Award-recipient and legendary animation director and creator, Chuck Jones, but also art work by Dr. Seuss, and all animation studios. Included in the ongoing gallery exhibits are original paintings and fine art editions by artists such as Charles Schulz, Tom Everhart, Markus Pierson, and Fabio Napoleoni. The gallery is open seven days a week from 10 to 8 PM, except on Sunday when it closes at 6 PM. The gallery website is at ChuckJones.com.

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