CASPER, Wyo — A “barely irreverent, however completely relatable, unique Christmas story” is the theme of a brand new exhibition by Zachary Pullen opening November 28 at Scarlow’s Gallery, the artwork and occasional venue in downtown Casper introduced.
Pullen’s “The Christmas Ass” options 18 unique oil illustrations for a colourful new image e-book paying tribute to the vacation season within the west. The work monitor the vacation turmoil and triumph of a rabbit household.
An artist’s reception might be held Saturday, November 28, 2020 at 12:00pm-4:00pm. Extra details about the exhibition might be discovered at Scarlow’s website.
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The exhibition will run till January 8.
“Have you ever ever recognized a Christmas ass? Or maybe you’ve been the Christmas ass? Large sister JJ selfishly calls for costly presents for Christmas. When JJ doesn’t get precisely what she desires, she throws a tantrum and makes everybody else really feel horrible. Is Christmas ruined? Or will JJ be taught the true spirit of reward giving?”
Pullen bio courtesy of Scarlow’s Gallery
Zachary Pullen’s illustrations have gained awards and garnered starred evaluations. He has been honored a number of occasions with acceptance into the distinguished Society of Illustrators juried exhibits and the Communication Arts: Illustration Annual, greatest in present illustration. Pullen’s character-oriented illustrations have been effectively acquired since first being printed in 1999.
After a stint in New York, Pullen moved again to Wyoming to proceed his profession as an artist. Since transferring again in 2006, his work has continued to be printed in each periodicals and movie books. Just lately his tasks have moved off the printed web page and into public areas. Zak lives in Casper, Wyoming together with his spouse Renate and son Hudson the place he’s at present engaged on a number of mural tasks and private commissions.
Full details about Zak might be discovered at: www.zacharypullen.com
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