Posted by Erica February 07, 2012

Dragatomi is going to be celebrating the Year of the Dragon by opening "Year of the Dragon" Group art show, opening this Saturday Febrary, 11th.

This Art Show will feature a whole bunch of awesome artists including:

Jared Konopitski, Carson Catlin, Daniel Fleres, Gatchabert, KingQuan, Jeremiah Ketner, Chris Ryniak, John "Spanky" Stokes, Jay222, DrilOne, Leecifer, Jackie Gallagher, Helena Garcia, Betso, Chauskoskis, LilJapan, PodgyPanda, Skinner, Philip Lumbang, Ritzy Periwinkle, J*RYU, and Valleydweller.

This open platform show allows all of the artists works will have a Dragon Theme. From what I hear, the peices should be prety awesome. There is a diverse amound of 2D and 3D work that show's off the artist's amazing interpretations of the dragon and their amazing talent.



"Year of the Dragon" Opens this Saturday February 11th at 7PM

Sign up for Dragatomi's preview list to recieve the preview on Friday February 10th @ noon PST.

 

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