Visions of OZ: A Celebration of Art from Over the Rainbow

Visions of OZ — A Celebration of Art from Over the Rainbow

In 1900, author L. Frank Baum and illustrator W.W. Denslow published “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” spawning a universe that has delighted and inspired generations with a multitude of books, movies and stage plays for well over a century.

On March 3rd, 2013, Creature Features pays tribute to this enduring universe with Visions of OZ — A Celebration of Art from Over the Rainbow, a multi-media gallery exhibit showcasing over 100 works of art from artists in the fields of film & TV, children’s book illustration, fine art and comics.

Scheduled to participate are:

Deanna Rene Adona
Martin Astles
William Basso
Louie Becker
Alexis Brandow
Michael Broom
Tim Bruckner
Felideus Bubastis
Andrea Coleman
Bruce Collins
Sandy Collora
Ricardo Delgado
Eric Diaz
Frank Dietz
Christopher Dombos
Dave Dorman
Archer Doughtery
Mike Dubisch
Jel Ena
Tess Fowler
Cutter Hays
Mike Hill
Michael W. Kaluta
Brian Kesinger
Doug Klauba
Don Lanning
Tony Lombardo
Casey Love
Gregory Manchess
James McPherson
Tony McVey
Christopher Miller
Kamila Mlynarczyk
Christopher Moeller
Ken Morgan
Nick Marra
Jezabel Nekranea
Bill Nelson
Mark A. Nelson
Gregory Nemec
Eric October
Jeff Pittarelli
Jeff Preston
Mireya Romo-Bowen
Stephen Sandoval
Crab Scrambly
Mike Sosnowski
Javier Soto
William Stout
Drew Struzan
Kirk Thatcher
Pete Von Sholly
Paul Wee

— and more to be announced!


The exhibit opens on Sunday, March 3rd from 12 noon to 4:30pm at the Heritage Square Museum, 3800 Homer Street, Los Angeles, CA and runs every Friday, Saturday and Sunday thru March 31st.

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This unprecedented month-long event will feature work from a wide range of media, including illustrations, paintings, sculptures, and even full-sized recreations of some of your favorite characters from the beloved 1939 MGM musical starring Judy Garland.

The event will also showcase a dazzling display of historical memorabilia, including rare editions of the original Baum books, concepts and artwork from various unproduced Oz-themed film & TV projects, props from the many film adaptations, including Disney’s upcoming OZ — The Great and Powerful and many more surprises.

Check back for more details in the weeks ahead!