This fun and playful exhibition honors the artist who created some of the first balloons for the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Sarg was a puppeteer, illustrator, early animator, merchandiser, quirky entrepreneur, and more. Plus, opening on November 18th at the Norman Rockwell Museum is Between Worlds: The Art and Design of Leo Lionni.
The symposium titled "Illustration, Puppetry, and American Popular Culture: The Art and Legacy of Tony Sarg" is jointly organized by two institutions: the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, a research institute associated with the Norman Rockwell Museum, specializing in the field of illustration, and the American Theater for Puppetry Arts, a nonprofit organization located
Between Worlds: The Art and Design of Leo Lionni is the first major American retrospective dedicated to the art and design work of groundbreaking modernist designer and children’s book illustrator Leo Lionni (1910-1999). “Design is form,” the artist said, “Sometimes it is decorative form, and has no other function that to give pleasure to the
New exhibition explores art and life of visionary graphic designer, children's book creator, and fine artist. November 18th-May 27th