Jun 27, 2007

An Animation Auction for a Good Cause

Craig Kellman does his take on Tony the Tiger-yours for a winning bid.

Here at work we've had ongoing art shows in a newly dedicated gallery space; the first show was an assortment from the visdev department. I loved what I saw and bought a swell painting from designer Andy Bialk. I'd have liked to add even more to my collection, but Andy's was the only piece offered for sale.

Andy Bialk's auction contribution

Now Andy's just emailed me about an upcoming public auction with many many works from great animation artists hosted by Cartoon Network. It benefits the Family Service Agency of Burbank, and that certainly seems a worthy cause. If you're local(bids have to be made in person), or can contact a local to bid for you, it's this Saturday, June 30th, at the Cartoon Network Studios. Here's the link:

Silent Auction

Paul Rudish donates this fellow

There's loads more talent on the auction page--Chris Reccardi, Seonna Hong, Megan Brain, some guy named Kent who did a terrifc abstract, Pete Oswald, a really cool piece by Ellen Williams-gan abstract, mixed media/glass on watercolor!--and many others. Check them out.

1 comment:

Chris Battle said...

Thanks for posting the higher-res Kellman Tony pic!
Off to my hard-drive it goes :)