I had a busy couple of days in Southern California last week. Got a jump start on the weekend by spending all day Friday in Disneyland. Had a great time showing my friends around the parks. They came all the way from Minnesota! Nothing is more fun than watching kids experience Disneyland for the first time. Everything is new again.
On Saturday, I had a signing event at WonderGround Gallery. Enjoyed a quick lunch with artists Jared Andrew Schorr, J. Scott Campbell and Jasmine Becket-Griffith immediately following their very busy event. Then it was back to the gallery to meet some fantastic guests and sign my work for them. Had a great turn-out. Sold out the entire stock of the Happy Haunts deluxe prints. More will be available soon. Check the gallery for availability.
It’s always such a pleasure to get to talk to guests of the gallery. They have such nice things to say and it’s a great source of inspiration for me. These signings are one of the best parts of working with WonderGround. As always, the cast members made it a smooth and enjoyable experience. Theirs is not an easy job and I am so grateful for their efforts to make these appearances run like clock work. My thanks to everyone involved!
After WonderGround, I went directly to Gallery Nucleus for the opening of The Physics of Friendship: A Tribute To The Big Bang Theory. I have two pieces in the show, which runs through November 10th. Arrived a little early to do some fun press pictures, a few interviews and (of course) a little shopping. This was the first Gallery Nucleus show I attended and it was impressive. In addition to all the great art, they featured some fun props from the show and a few great activities – including a make-your-own Penny Blossom! I had a great time and it’s always fun to meet the other artists in the exhibit. My thanks to Wade Buchanan for a great evening. It was a thrill to be a part of a Gallery Nucleus show! Visit the Gallery Nucleus website for information on purchasing prints from the show.