Fantastic Art At Rockwell

Art: ‘Never Abandon Imagination: The Fantastical Art of Tony DiTerlizzi’

Tony DiTerlizzi, A Golden Afternoon, 1997. Acryla gouache on Bristol board. Cover illustration for Dragon magazine #242, 1997. All images ©Tony DiTerlizi. All rights reserved.

The name Norman Rockwell usually conjures images of realistically painted scenes of everyday life. So the upcoming show of Tony DiTerlizzi’s art at the Norman Rockwell Museum might be a tad unexpected.

“We hope to bring in an audience that doesn’t necessarily come to the Norman Rockwell Museum,” Jesse Kowalski, the exhibit’s curator, said during a recent interview.

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