Want to Meet Adam Rex, the Artist Behind the Movie “Home”?

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Gallery Nucleus Presents:
“Adam Rex & The Art of Home”
A solo exhibition, film panel & book signing event
Opening Night: Saturday, March 28, 2015 (2:00pm – 8:00pm)
Artwork on Display: March 28, 2015 – April 12, 2015

Have you heard of DreamWork’s new movie “Home”?  It looks adorable and I can’t wait to take my kids to go see it.  What I didn’t know is that it was based of off Adam Rex’s book, The True Meaning of Smekday.

If you live in southern California, you have the amazing opportunity to meet Adam Rex!  He has a solo exhibition starting this weekend at the Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, CA, along with “The Art of Home” Panel and Signing.  There will be a bunch of panelists that worked on the movie at the event.  I’ve included all the details below if you’re interested in going.  

The Details:

Los Angeles, CA — From the book that inspired the movie HOME, creator of The True Meaning of Smekday, artist Adam Rex will be flying in for his solo exhibition as well as the artist panel for The Art of Home. Come chat with Adam as he talks about his
experience of getting from idea to book and book to screen. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to meet this amazing illustrator / writer.
 
The exhibition will feature original artwork from the True Meaning of Smekday as well as other original drawn and painted works on display and for sale. Join us on March 28th, 2015 for a fun filled
family event!

Get More Info Here:

About Adam Rex

Adam Rex is an author and illustrator of books for kids, including The True Meaning of Smekday and the NYT bestselling Frankenstein Makes A Sandwich. For more info on
Adam and his work, visit his website!

About Nucleus

Since October of 2004, Nucleus has strived to be a welcoming gathering place for the art loving community by offering quality art, art related goods, and rarities. Focusing primarily on gallery exhibits, we have also had benefit auctions, product signings, music events, and artist lectures. After three and a half years, we moved one block east to a much larger and more dynamic space. Still in the heart of quaint downtown Alhambra, we reopened in March of 2008 with over 2000 square feet of open gallery space, 1000 square feet of shop/boutique, and over 3000 square feet of studio/production space. Having exhibited both local artists and artists from abroad, and catering to an international customer base, we offer an extensive collection of original contemporary, illustrated, graphic, commercial, and narrative art all of which are carefully catalogued on our website. www.gallerynucleus.com.

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