For the past four years, David Landry has been toiling away at a graphic novel about the life of Nikola Tesla. But no ordinary graphic novel. The panels are full-sized paintings, and the “pages” are up to ten feet tall.
Landry has been showing glimpses of the work a few panels at a time during Art & Music @ Wedgewood/Houston events at his gallery-in-residence, abrasiveMedia. There on January 30 from 6 to 9 p.m., he’ll unveil the entire 321 painting saga. The opening will also feature costumes, props, and models from the world of Th3 Anomaly as well as character encounters and a steampunk costume contest.
It’s safe to say that you’ve never been to a show quite like this. Don’t miss it! Learn more on the Facebook event page.
January 30, 2016, 6 – 9 p.m., $5-$35
@ abrasiveMedia, inside Houston Station, 438 Houston St, Ste 257, Nashville, Tennessee 37203