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This ‘Jurassic Park’ Art Show Puts The Focus Back On The People

By / 12.07.11

Brandon Bird and Julia Vickerman spared no expense when curating The JP Show (Just People) at Nucleus in Los Angeles last weekend. The Jurassic Park fan art exhibited was “dedicated to what people love and remember most about the Jurassic Park film series: the human characters.” Yep. That’s what we remember. Forget about those velociraptors. They’ve got a kid who can hack computers. Need a UNIX system fixed? She knows this!
Anyway, I was a little let down by the lack of dinosaurs, but changed my mind when I saw the piece by John Larriva above. This 12″ x 9″ oil on panel is titled “Ian Malcolm: From Chaos” and already sold for $500, but there are still prints for sale. Art, uh . . . finds a way.
On the next pages you’ll find several works from the exhibit with identification card details provided by Brandon Bird.

HIS JURASSIC PAST by Robyn Von Swank — series of photographs — 11″ x 17″ and 24″ x 36″ — 2011 — Contact Robyn to buy a print — “To clear up some confusion: These aren’t paintings, they’re photos. Of Jeff Goldblum. That he sat for specifically for the art show.”
HIS JURASSIC PAST by Robyn Von Swank — series of photographs — 11″ x 17″ and 24″ x 36″ — 2011 — Contact Robyn to buy a print — “To clear up some confusion: These aren’t paintings, they’re photos. Of Jeff Goldblum. That he sat for specifically for the art show.”
HIS JURASSIC PAST by Robyn Von Swank — series of photographs — 11″ x 17″ and 24″ x 36″ — 2011 — Contact Robyn to buy a print — “To clear up some confusion: These aren’t paintings, they’re photos. Of Jeff Goldblum. That he sat for specifically for the art show.”

MAN’S ADVENTURE by Christopher Hastings — ink & digital color — 11″ x 17″ — 2011

JULIANNE by Russell Walks — airbrush and colored pencil — 5″ x 5″ — 2011 — $200

DODGSON’S HERE by Ming Doyle — ink and watercolor drawing — 9″ x 12″ — 2011 — $200

VINCENT by Jeff Ramirez — oil on panel — 9″ x 12″ — 2011 — $800

HOLD ON TO YOUR BUTTS by Kelsy Abbott — acrylic on canvas — 12″ x 9″ — 2011 — sold
DEFINITELY TIM by Kelsy Abbott — acrylic on canvas — 8″ x 10″ — 2011 — $40
SUNNY DAY SMILES by Kelsy Abbott — acrylic on canvas — 12″ x 9″ — 2011 — $60

THE GANG by Nate “Bagel” Stapley — watercolor — 8.5″ x 11″ — 2011 — $500

BEETLE SUITE Erin Pearce — taxidermied beetles and custom clothing — 2011

BEETLE SUITE Erin Pearce — taxidermied beetles and custom clothing — 2011

BEETLE SUITE Erin Pearce — taxidermied beetles and custom clothing — 2011

BEETLE SUITE Erin Pearce — taxidermied beetles and custom clothing — 2011

TWO SCAMPS AND A GADABOUT by Jamie O’Keefe Victorian watercolor portraits — 2″ x 2″ — 2011 — $75 each

NAGELSATTLER by Tyler Jacobs — digital illustration — 18″ x 24″ — 2011 — Prints available

JURASSIC JEFF by Lisa Hanawalt — watercolor — 9″ x 12″ — 2011 — $275

JURASSIC PARK PARK by Dyna Moe — digital illustration — 5″ x 7″ — 2011

DR. GRANT FASTENED HIS SEATBELT by Kate Ward — fabric assemblage — 15″ x 30″ — 2011 — $500

THE DOCTOR, THE HUNTER, THE SCHEMER by Carly Monardo — pencil drawings — 12″ x 9″ — 2011 — $125 each

ROLAND by Alexa Rose — oil on canvas — 12″ x 16″ — 2011 — for sale

PARKKRAP (LEX) by John Olsen — oil on resin board — 8″ x 10″ — 2011 — sold

I HATE THIS HACKER CRAP by Paul Clay — marker — 11″ x 14″ — 2011 — sold

COOKIEPUSS by Julia Prescott — snack collage — 11″ x 14″ — 2011

HOLD ON TO YOUR BUTTS by Box Brown — silkscreen print — 8″ x 8″ — 2011 — $20


TOPICS#ART
TAGSBRANDON BIRDFAN ARTJOHN LARRIVAJULIA VICKERMANJURASSIC PARKTHE JP SHOW

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