I was excited to read about the Terrible Yellow Eyes exhibition, a physical gallery show of online artwork inspired by the childrens’ classic “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak.

“Where the Wild Things Are” was one of the first books I fell in love with as a kid, I was (and still am) fascinated by the illustrations and it really set my interest in art and design off from an early age. I’m really looking forward to Spike Jonze upcoming film adaptation,and  I’m intrigued to see how other artists have interpreted this iconic book.

The exhibition is taking place at Nucleus Gallery guest curated by Cory Godbey, creator of www.terribleyelloweyes.com, and will feature several new and original works from a selection of artists including:
Adam Volker
Alberto Cerriteño
Alina Chau
Ana Galvañ
Anastacia Sholik
Barnaby Ward
Bill Carman
Brittney Lee
Cedar Leidigh
C. G. Young
Chuck Groenink
Cory Godbey
Dan Matutina
Erin McGuire
Israel Sanchez
Jake Parker
Jayme McGowan
Jeremy Vanhoozer
Joel Furtado
Juan Manuel Pedraza
Mike Lee
Nicole Gustafsson
Pascal Campion
Patrick Murphy
Peter de Sève
Rilla Alexander
Robin Joseph
Rodrigo Avilés
Ruel Pascual
Sarah Caterisano
Shanon Bonatakis