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Please join us in the Bijou Theater to immerse yourself into The Mind-Altered Art of Tom Foxmarnick
Date & Time:
Friday, December 6 from 6 pm – 9 pm – Preview and Meet the Artist
Saturday, December 7 from 1 pm – 6 pm – Exhibit and Sale
Sunday, December 8 from 1 pm – 6 pm – Exhibit and Sale
20% of proceeds to be donated to the Parkinson’s Foundation California
The Lexington Assisted Living Executive Director, Eric Terrill, and the staff of the landmark assisted living community at 5440 Ralston St in Ventura, are excited to present the artwork of prolific artist and Lexington resident Tom Foxmarnick in the Lexington’s Bijou Theater. A meet the artist and exhibit opening is set for Friday, December 6, 2019, from 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. The public is invited to the opening as well as to the exhibit and sale which will continue through Saturday and Sunday, December 7, 8, 2019 from 1:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Admission is free and 20% of all proceeds will be donated to the Parkinson’s Foundation California non-profit organization. Original artwork, signed by Foxmarnick will range from $20 prints to large format drawings of museum quality.
Tom Foxmarnick was hired by Disney Studios in the early 1980s as a production artist and worked on notable made-for-TV animated features such as The Little Mermaid, Scooby-Doo, Tom & Jerry, and others. Often juggling several free-lance jobs on TV shows and for consumer publications, Foxmarnick ultimately played an instrumental role in 37 TV shows and a number of humor and horror comics. He honed his craft and parlayed his ideas into a forty-year career eventually also working with Warner Bros. Studios, Sony Studios, and Nickelodeon. Initially paid solely for his storyline ideas, during the nineteen-nineties Foxmarnick developed many of the comic magazine CARtoon storylines and drew nearly entire issues single-handedly. It is his art from this time that Foxmarnick will be showing. A few of Foxmarnick’s original hand-drawn pieces and one-of-a-kind tour-de-force creations that he is so well known for in the industry have been computer colorized.
Foxmarnick will show a wide variety from his prolific catalog of drawings with select works being offered for sale. Foxmarnick’s fantastical creations will generally be organized into superheroes, CARtoons Magazine, and a variety of outrageous animal drawings that are all suitable for framing and will become the focal point of any art collection. All guests for this event are asked to sign-in at the front reception desk upon arrival. For more information or driving directions please telephone The Lexington at (805) 644-6710. Children must be accompanied by adults at all times. Free parking is available in the parking lots on the sides of The Lexington.