above: detail from Alice and Bunnypillar by Kukula
Gallery Nucleus presents CURIOUSER & CURIOUSER, a new exhibit of artworks inspired by Alice In Wonderland.
The show runs from February 27, 2010 – March 29, 2010 and features paintings, sculptures, illustration, photography, etchings, mixed media, prints and more inspired by Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland’.
Featuring work by Amy Sol, Chris Appelhans, Kukula, Naoto Hattori and various other contemporary artists, a superbly talented and diverse roster get curiouser and curiouser with works that range from the gothic to the whimsical.
Some of my favorite pieces from the show. please note that for visibility I have shown most unframed:
Kei Acedera (2 details of one piece):
Oksana Badrak (2 separate pieces):
Vera Brosgol (2 framed pieces sold as one):
Bill Carman (3 separate pieces):
Cory Godbey (2 separate pieces):
Marguerite Sauvage (4 separate pieces):
Stephen Silver (detail):
Amy Sol (triptych):
Prices for pieces in the show range from $120.00 to $3,500.00
Other artists with pieces in the show:
Lorelay Bove, Trey Bryan, Sarah Caterisano, Alina Chau, Clio Chiang, Bobby Chiu, Meg Hunt, Richard Kirk, Mall, Ver Mar, Jake Parker, Allison Reimold, Hiromi Sato, Jared Andrew Schorr, William Stout, Angie Wang, Jing Wei, Lee White, Andrew Wright
Gallery Nucleus, 210 East Main St., Alhambra, CA, 91801. Tel:626.458.7477
Saturday, February 27, 2010 through Monday, March 29, 2010
To see some other wonderful creative things inspired by the movie, check these out:
•Tom Binns and Stella McCartney's Alice In Wonderland inspired jewelry for Disney Couture
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