Join us Wednesday, July 22 through Sunday, July 26 for [email protected] with the Chuck Jones Gallery! Each day will feature a different artist at our Chuck Jones Creativeside Chat forums via Zoom (Password: 394585) and Live Streamed at Facebook.com/
- Wednesday, July 22 from 5 to 6 PM PDT — Meet the incomparable Linda Jones Clough, Chuck Jones’s daughter and the founder of Linda Jones Enterprises! Interviewed by her son, Craig Kausen, president of the Chuck Jones Companies.
- → Special online auction of rare original art and sold out editions featuring Bugs Bunny opens at 6 PM and closes at 9 PM PDT on Wednesday, July 22nd. GO TO: https://bit.ly/
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- Thursday, July 23 from 5 to 6 PM PDT — Celebrating Marvel Comics and Stan Lee with special guest artist, Tim Rogerson!
- Friday, July 24 from 5 to 7:00 PM PDT — Fabio Napoleoni! Arguably one of America’s most collected artists, Fabio and his Marcenivo, along with a charming cast of characters, misfits and maidens, have won the hearts of thousands.
- → Special online auction of rare original art and sold out editions by Fabio Napoleoni opens at 7 PM and closes at 10 PM PDT on Friday, July 25th. GO TO: https://bit.ly/
NapoleoniStudioto register and preview the available artwork.
- Saturday, July 25 from 3 to 4 PM PDT — Willie Ito — one of a handful of Japanese-American animation luminaries will discuss his career and his internment in a camp during World War II right here in the United States.
- Sunday, July 26 from 1 to 2 PM PDT — Master of the Looney Arts! An interview with artist and animation superfan, Ben Olson
One Zoom link for all events! Click the Chuck Jones Creativeside Chat logo below to join us for these special Comic Con @ Chuck Jones Gallery events! Password: 394585
CELEBRATING 80 YEARS OF BUGS BUNNY!
Bugs Concerto by Chuck Jones
The Chuck Jones Gallery is honoring this birthday milestone with the release of “Bugs Concerto” a fine art print on canvas measuring 19″ x 24″ and in an edition of 375. Offered at a pre-publication price of only $695 FRAMED through the end of July. Click the image or here to acquire this striking work of art. It’ll be the centerpiece of any room in your home, office, or rabbit burrow.
Rabbit Season by Mike Kupka
“Rabbit Season” fine art print on canvas by Mike Kupka, 12″ x 24″, edition of 80. Click the image to acquire.
Artist Mike Kupka has created a spectacular tribute to Bugs Bunny and to Chuck Jones who directed him in some of his most iconic roles. “Rabbit Season” features Bugs in nine different cartoons directed by Chuck Jones! They are: Baby Buggy Bunny, 1954; Bunny Hugged, 1951; Hair-Raising Hare, 1946; Long-Haired Hare, 1949; Bully for Bugs, 1953; What’s Opera, Doc?, 1957; Super Rabbit, 1943; Broom-stick Bunny, 1956; Hareway to the Stars, 1958 and with special guest star, Daffy Duck appearing in Rabbit Fire, 1951. Click the image to acquire.
Picture the Future by Chuck Jones
Originally released in 2005, “Picture the Future” celebrated Bugs’s 65th birthday. For his 80th birthday, and with only six remaining in the edition, we are pleased to offer “Picture the Future” framed with an 80th anniversary plaque for just $2850 before the price increases to $4000 on August 1, 2020. Don’t delay, order today by clicking the image or here.
Chuck Jones once said, “My Bugs doesn’t look like a rabbit; he looks like Bugs Bunny. I have often told eager students that the easiest way to draw him is probably to draw a carrot and then hook a rabbit onto it.” To read more about Bugs Bunny and Chuck Jones, click here.
Dunk ‘n’ Dash — Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
2020 Poster by Daniel Killen
“Dunk ‘n’ Dash”, fine art serigraph on paper, 36″ x 24″ edition of 50 Artist Proofs remarqued by the artist and hand-signed and numbered. Click the image to acquire.
“Dunk ‘n’ Dash” is a maneuver practiced by skilled aeronauts where they glide the bottom of the basket across the top of the water of the Rio Grande and lift off again without getting wet (allegedly). This maneuver has been poorly executed by the Coyote and the Road Runner is close behind him offering a towel to dry off with in consolation.