Contemporary Artists and Illustrators Reinterpret the Traditional Themes of Norman Rockwell
More than thirty years after his death, iconic American artist Norman Rockwell’s art is still enormously popular. This invitational group exhibition examines the enduring themes represented in the art of Norman Rockwell–patriotism, family and the American ideal–through the works of 40 contemporary artists and illustrators.
Opening Reception: Thursday . July 7 . 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The opening reception will feature two barbershop quartets, The Gaslight Revue and WYSIWYG, performing classic songs from the Great American Songbook. Also, the Capital Photobooth Company is donating a vintage style photobooth for guests at the event to capture the moment. The exhibit will be open from July 7 - September 25 . $5 Suggested Donation
Muckenthaler Cultural Center
1201 West Malvern Avenue
Fullerton, California 92833
Aaron Jasinski, Alina Chau, Bradford Salamon, Brigette Barrager, Carrie Hobson, Craig MacKay, Dave Pressler, David Macdowell, Eli Trinh, Frank Stockton, Fred Harper, Greg Newbold, Hugh Dunnahoe, Jay Merryweather, Jenikah, Joe Biel, Joe Devera, Joey Remmers, John T. Quinn III, Julie Lee, Justin DeGarmo, Kelly Vivanco, Kelvin Nguyen, Mike Wimmer, Patrick Ballesteros, Rich Tuzon, Rick Powell, Ron Velasco, Ronald J. Llanos, Sanithna Phansavanh, Soey Milk, Stacey Aoyama, Steven James Petruccio, Tina Anderson, Soyoun Lee
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