Bad Dads, A Wes Anderson Tribute Art Show at Spoke Art Gallery

The third annual Bad Dads art show at Spoke Art Gallery will pay tribute to films by the famed director, screenwriter, actor and producer Wes Anderson with over 75 paintings, prints, sculptures and more by talented artists. The show / Halloween costume party (prizes given away for best costumes) will take place the evenings of Friday, October 26, 2012 and Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 6 PM to 10 PM each night and be on display until late November at the Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco. Prints and original art from the show will be made available to purchase at the end of October.

Moonrise Kingdom by Dave Perillo

We Are Legion by Aaron Jasinski

Bill Murray Portraits by Oliver Barrett

The Royal Tenenbaums by Joshua Budich

Fantastic Mr. Fox by Michael De Pippo

Moonrise Kingdom by Caia Koopman

You’re Disloyal by Philip Tseng

Luna Ascensio Rex by Kristin Tercek

Bad Dads, An Art Show Tribute To Wes Anderson Films at Spoke Art

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