CRICKET GALLERY // LEGENDARY ART ANIMATION EXHIBIT


THE GOAT FARM ARTS CENTER & THE CRICKET GALLERY

PRESENT

CARTOON ART FROM THE 90’s:

A LIMITED EXHIBIT OF LOONEY, LEGENDARY ART ANIMATION


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Atlanta, GA - September 14, 2014

The Cricket Gallery's outstanding collection of vintage and contemporary art animation will be on exhibit for four days only at The Goat Farm Arts Center’s Shoebox Gallery. This original and special edition art animation exhibit will open Nov. 13 from 6-10pm and continue nightly through Nov. 16 from 6-10pm.

The Cricket Gallery has specialized in offering the finest quality art animation for a quarter of a century. The gallery’s inventory includes Walt Disney Classic Collection character models, as well as beloved characters from The Simpsons, Beavis & Butt-head, Ren & Stimpy and numerous others. Vintage art includes the hand-painted characters of Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny, The Jetsons, Snow White, Bambi and other rare memorabilia. Founders and operators Jackie and Michael Halbreich have the distinction of introducing numerous animation collections to the art market. The Halbreichs have maintained personal relationships with legendary animators including: Friz Freleng, the creator of Bugs Bunny, Tweety Bird and others; Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, co-creators of Tom and Jerry and Hanna-Barbera Studios; and Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, two of Disney’s original animators. For a sample of the gallery’s extensive collection visit: http://www.thecricketgallery.com

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ABOUT THE GOAT FARM ARTS CENTER

The Goat Farm Arts Center is a dynamic force of hybrid developments assembling Art, Performance, Science, Design, Technology & Small Manufacturing entities. These Built Environments simultaneously operate as Centers for Contemporary Art & Performance. In blending disciplines, The Goat Farm functions to increase Atlanta's relevancy, economic opportunity and business and artist innovation. As a beckon for creative collaboration, The Goat Farm Arts Center triggers the growth of ideas and technologies, linking innovation and invention to the City of Atlanta. For more detailed information and interpretation visit: https://www.facebook.com/TheGoatFarmArtsCenter

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