A Pixar Artist Goes Plein Air

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Bill Cone, a designer at Pixar Studios, has been supplementing his movie work over these last 13 years with pastel landscape painting (see Shadowed Face, at left). Now he’s ready for the opening night of his first one-man show at the Studio Gallery in San Francisco. The show, built around Cone’s four years of painting in the Sierra Nevada mountains, runs from April 15 through May 10. Visit the gallery website to find out more and to view a slide show of work from the show.

A show catalog, Light, Water & Granite, will be available at the gallery and through Cone’s blog.

Cone’s work at Pixar was the subject of a feature that appeared in the March 2008 issue of The Artist’s Magazine. To read more the road trip that helped inspire his work on the Pixar movie Cars, visit our website.

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