Generations of Saturday morning cartoon lovers will get to see paintings primarily based on the Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine,” “The Beatles” Saturday morning cartoon collection and extra this weekend at Up Entrance Artwork Area in Cuyahoga Falls.
A particular pop-up artwork exhibit will characteristic nostalgic animation work by the late Ron Campbell, whose 50-year animation profession spanned the golden age of Saturday morning cartoons. The Australia native started working in animation in 1958, on cartoons together with “Beetle Bailey,” and have become director of “The Beatles” cartoon, that includes an animated Fab 4, in 1965.
Campbell moved to the US, the place he labored with on “Yellow Submarine” in addition to with Hanna-Barbera and his personal studio, Ron Campbell Movies. Work adopted with the feature-length animated movie “Yellow Submarine” in addition to “The Smurfs,” “The Flintstones,” “The Jetsons,” “Scooby-Doo,” “Rugrats,” “Winnie the Pooh,” “George of the Jungle,” “Yogi Bear” and others.
Ron Campbell painted after retirement
When Campbell retired from animation, he started portray topics primarily based on the animated cartoons he helped deliver to the display screen. His paintings, which emphasised the Beatles, toured galleries throughout the US and internationally.
Extra:Momo Home in Akron is an journey in Nepali delicacies | Native Taste
After Campbell’s dying at age 81 in 2021, he left behind dozens of his cartoon work.
The pop-up exhibit at 127 Portage Path in Cuyahoga Falls will characteristic greater than 65 works that he painted in his retirement. His cartoon work will likely be on the market. The occasion run from 4 to eight p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to six p.m. Saturday and midday to three p.m. Sunday.
See upfrontartspace.com or name 234-718-2000 for extra data. For extra data on Campbell, see www.beatlescartoonartshow.com.
Arts and restaurant author Kerry Clawson could also be reached at 330-996-3527 or [email protected].