Pixar Art Collection at Gallery Nucleus – Featuring Artist Meet-and-Greets & Artwork for Purchase

Gallery Nucleus to feature a Pixar Art Collection with special artist meet and greets.
Ratatouille concept art

Gallery Nucleus has just announced a new event at their Los Angeles Studio which will feature 17 Pixar-themed art pieces hand-selected by John Lasseter to be on display (as well as purchase) from December 10, 2016, through January 8, 2017. Each piece (giclee printed on archival paper) will be a limited edition of 95 (cleverly selected after the launch year of Toy Story in 1995) and will be signed and numbered — including a certificate of authenticity.

In addition to the fantastic artwork, several Pixarians will also be in attendance (dates and additional artists may be added later), but so far Steve Pilcher and Dominique Louis are slated to appear at the exhibit — what a fantastic way to meet some amazing artists.

Oh My Disney has an exclusive preview of each piece which will be available at the event and will feature artwork by Ralph Eggleston, Pete Docter, Teddy Newton, and many more. Below are some of our favorites that will be featured for purchase, to view the complete collection visit Oh My Disney.

Buzz by Bob Pauley – 15 x 15

Buzz Lightyear Buzz Lightyear Concept Art

The Radiator Cap by Bill Cone – 9 x 5

Radiator Springs concept art Bill Cone

Wall•E Colorscript by Ralph Eggleston – 12 x 15

Wall-E Colorscript by Ralph Eggleston

Goodbye Andy by Robert Kondo – 8 x 15

Toy Story 3 Goodbye Andy

Rush Hour Chase by Harley Jessup – 11.5 x 14.5

Cars 2 concept art Harley Jessup

The Good Dinosaur Colorscript by Sharon Calahan – 7 x 17

The Good Dinosaur Sharon Calahan Colorscript
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