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Allentown Art Museum Showcase 'At the Edge: Art of the Fantastic'

News From Bree
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Jun 3 2012, 2:17pm


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I live near Allentown, PA and rarely have an opportunity to partake in any special events that would interest the Tolkien community locally. Today was a bit different. You see, the Allentown Art Museum is currently exhibiting  'At the Edge: Art of the Fantastic,' the most comprehensive and largest exhibition of fantastic art to date in the United States.  When I saw an ad featuring Donato Giancola's The Hobbit, I just knew I had to go! The presentation is quite impressive - showcase fantasy art from hundreds of years ago to present. If you ever wanted to see works in person, but really didn't want deal with going to a convention convention, this showcase is a perfect opportunity. Tolkien themed works on exhibit: The Hildebrandt Brother's Smaug and The Gift of Galadriel, Ruth Sanderson's Galadriel, Mark Zug's The Sands of Gorgoroth, Matthew Stewart's Battle of Five Armies, Stephen Hickman's Siege of Minas Tirith (triple WOW factor in person), Darrell Sweet's The Slaying of Glaurung, and last but not least, Donato Giancola's The Hobbit (Absolutely stunning in person - and gigantic!). The exhibit runs through September 9th 2012 in Allentown, PA.  [Allentown Art Museum]

 

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