(Artists, clockwise from upper left: Zartosht Soltani, kaNO, Chris George, Patrick Smith, Todd K. Lown, Liz Artinian)
The 3rd annual edition of Too Art for TV opens this Friday, December 5, from 6-9pm at the Erebuni Gallery in Brooklyn (158 Roebling St. Williamsburg, NY) followed by an after-party at the Trophy Bar. The show is described as:
An annual exhibition designed to promote and encourage the fine arts in the animation industry. We believe that artists in the animation industry have extraordinary artistic skills and a unique perspective on pop culture at large. We hope to continue to provide a reliable home for animation’s creative minds otherwise “owned” by networks and studios.
Too Art for TV was founded by Liz Artinian, the color supervisor on The Venture Bros.. This year’s show, the largest ever, will feature the work of thirty-six artists. It runs through December 15. For more details including a list of exhibiting artists, visit the show’s website.