Conan O'Brien Fan Art Museum To Open At Gallery In San Diego For Comic Con (PHOTOS)
Conan O'Brien fans have always been passionate about "the Flaming C," and now TBS is giving them a chance to express that devotion publicly in the "COCO-MoCA Presents: The Fine Art of The Flaming C Fan-Art Exhibit." The show, timed to coincide with Comic Con, opens at a gallery just down the street from the convention and celebrates O'Brien's superhero alter ego. Featuring art from fans all over the world, the exhibit features of 60 specially selected works of art.
The show will also include a LEGO® statue of The Flaming C created by artist Nathan Sawaya, a green screen where fans can take a picture with The Flaming C, and a paint-by-numbers art piece completed by gallery visitors. Visitors will also receive a poster of The Flaming C, and be eligible to win prizes.
"The Fine Art of The Flaming C" is the physical extension of the online COCO-MoCA (the Museum of Conan Art) gallery that also features fan art of O'Brien.
See the exhibit at 363 Fifth Ave., Suite 102, in San Diego. "The Fine Art of The Flaming C" will be open Thursday, July 21 – Saturday, July 23, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, July 24, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.