“Animators as Artists” Exhibit in Burbank

Walt Peregoy painting
“Railroad Non-Objective” (detail) by Walt Peregoy

Opening next month is “Animators as Artists,” an exhibit at the Nan Rae Gallery at Woodbury University (7500 Glenoaks Blvd, Burbank, CA). The exhibit features personal work by eight animation artists–Rasoul Azadani, Mike Gabriel, Sunny Apinchapong-Yang, George Scribner, Margie Daniels, Mauro Maressa, Walt Peregoy, and Dan Hansen.

The reception is Wednesday, November 3, from 6-8:30pm. Make sure to attend, if only to kick it with the legendary Walt Peregoy who was responsible for color styling 101 Dalmatians. The exhibit runs through November 27. Regular gallery hours are Thursday-Sunday from 12-5pm.

(Thanks, Julie Svendsen)


  • Trevor

    I would love to hang with Walt Peregoy. Almost makes me jealous of LA.

  • foreign office

    Oh, just one comment on a piece of art. It doesn’t get attention as the postings of a crazy women? Animation community seems to be not very interested in art…

  • http://kaiology.wordpress.com/ Kai

    “Animators as Artists” – the title implies that animation isn’t art, and animators are only to be taken seriously when they moonlight in fine art?