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Monday, May 11, 2015

Beatles animator Ron Campbell steers his yellow submarine into Artegon in June

Posted By on Mon, May 11, 2015 at 3:23 PM

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Next month, iconic animator Ron Campbell brings his Beatles cartoon art to a special exhibit at Artegon, 1059 SUNNY FM Rock Art Show & Sale, a free event that is open to the public from Friday, June 5, until Sunday, June 7. Campbell will be creating artworks live, as well as selling original pieces, alongside what the press release describes as "a unique collection of original art, lithographs, photographs, concert posters, gold records, album art and more from the greatest rock artists of all time." These bands include legends like the Doors, the Grateful Dead, Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan and many more, including a special section of Rolling Stones stuff to get fans even more revved up about the upcoming show June 12

This exhibit is being touted as the biggest collection of its kind, so if you geek out over signed gold records or rare concert posters, you won't want to miss this brief three-day show (and sale, if you've got the $$!) at Artegon.



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