Los Angeles’ PixelDrip Gallery is home this weekend to a massive artistic tribute to NBC’s Community. Titled the “Six Seasons and a Movie Art Show”, the free-to-the-public gallery opened today with a special event attended by many of the artists, costumed fans, the series’ stars and creator Dan Harmon.
“We continue to be astonished and humbled by the artists that have agreed to participate in the art show,” says Mark Batalla, curator and manager of PixelDrip, “Any of these individuals is talented enough to have their own solo exhibit. Having the opportunity to gather their artwork under the same roof is a dream come true and one we would like to share with as many people as possible. We are also honored to have artists that have worked on ‘Community,’ such as Rob Schrab, Megan Ganz, Jim Mahfood, and Myke Chilian. The cast and crew’s close relationship with the fans is one that separates ‘Community’ from many television shows. This is our heartfelt tribute to both ‘Community’ and its fanbase.”
Pieces range from paintings to dioramas to plush dolls to customized action figures. More information is available by visiting PixelDripGallery.com.