Arts

The Evolution of an Illustrator @ Fullerton College Art Gallery

The current art exhibit at Fullerton College Art Gallery, “Stephen Silver: Evolution,” is an illustration-packed show, with drawings and paintings from floor-to-ceiling, chronicling the evolution of an illustrator from a caricature artist at Sea World to world-renowned cartoonist for Warner Brothers and other major studios.

Stephen Silver is Fullerton College’s 2019 Artist in Residence. He is best known for his character design, including designing the style of shows such as “Kim Possible”, “Danny Phantom” Kevin Smith’s “Clerks”, and many more.

In addition, he has written and illustrated ten books on the art of sketching, character design, caricature and life drawing.

Silver’s solo exhibition take visitors along on the journey of his evolution as an artist. The exhibition will be accompanied by an artist lecture and a week-long series of demonstrations as part of the distinguished Fullerton College Artist in Residence program.

Artist in Residence demonstrations: March 18-21

Artist Lecture March 20, 7pm in Wilshire Auditorium

GALLERY HOURS:

Monday through Thursday from 10:00am to 12:00pm and 2:00 to 4:00pm

Evenings: March 7th, 13th, & 25th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

Fullerton College Art Gallery is located in room 1004 at Fullerton College.

321 E. Chapman Ave. Fullerton CA (714)-992-7271

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