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“The Red Path” Final Painting, and a Surprise Collaboration with My Children


Justin Gerard

"The Red Path" By Annie Stegg Gerard Oil on Panel 18 x 24 inches Today I am pleased to share with you the follow-up post to my previous Muddycolors entry on my "Plague of Dragons" series with Annie!  The framed painting debuted (and sold) at DragonCon in Atlanta last weekend. It was based off a small pastoral sketch I drew while watching my children. I have been slowly amassing a collection of these small sketches…

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Light Box Expo


Gregory Manchess

September 11, 2019 - This past weekend, the first Light Box Expo officially launched on Friday morning at the Convention Center in Pasadena, California.  The expo sprang from the mind of Bobby Chiu, and excitement and camaraderie were palpable! As we walked from the hotel to the venue, the elevated sidewalk slowly revealed the giant yellow Light Box letters. Irene Gallo told me to get into the G and pose for a shot. The letters became instantly interactive, exciting, and playful. It was then we realized how serious and professional the weekend would become. As many conventions sideline artists more and more, Light Box made us, the creatives, the main event. The shining list of spectacular guest artists and speakers was so thorough it’s hard to imagine next year’s guests. The program of panels, lectures, interviews, and demonstrations was so…

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