A detail crop of my artwork for Parallel Universe Presents
Very pleased to announce a new show, coming July 1, 2016 to Helikon Gallery in Denver!
This show is the brain-child of illustrator Thomas Haller Buchanan and gallery director and illustrator Cayce Goldberg.
Helikon is known for it's fresh and uniquely exciting shows, and this one will be no exception.
From Gallery Director Cayce Goldberg:
"Helikon Gallery is pleased to host ‘Parallel Universe Pictures Presents...’ this July! P.U.P.P. is a group exhibit where illustration reigns supreme over Hollywood, and features powerful drawings and paintings of posters for movies that exist only in the cinematic imagination of the artists."
This is Sherlock Holmes from my Parallel Universe offering of the movie The Hammersmith Ghost.
I love anything Victorian, and the Conan Doyle stories, but have always wanted to see Sherlock pitted against an actual, supernatural being. Hence this version of my dream film.
Along with your chance to see amazing finished paintings and posters by a group of stellar illustrators, you'll view the process each artist used to reach the final artwork. Each illustrator has the opportunity to show the sketches--thought processes--that went into the production of the final works!
From the chicken-scratchings of my initial idea...
...to character studies of Holmes and Watson...
...to value and composition thumbnails; this is only part of my process.
You won't see this at the show, but using my scary self as a model helped me draw...
...the initial sketch for the Hammersmith Ghost.
Here's a list of all the other fantastic illustrators in the show:
Thomas Haller Buchanan
And a huge bonus: Portals and Parralax!
"Portals & Parallax is a duo exhibit of new work by Thomas Haller Buchanan and Willa Haller. Shown simultaneously with Parallel Universe Pictures Presents..., the work in this exhibit stands as a conceptual and narrative bridge between both shows, exploring an organically unfolding story of two artists seeking to pierce the veil of time and space. Thom works in charcoal and pastel, while Willa presents large watercolor paintings. Both artists contributed to collaborative works where their concepts and aesthetics overlap."
Check out more details about both awesome shows by clicking the link below:
And if you're in Denver, don't miss this show!!
Thanks, as always, for your support :)