Throwback Thursday

Posted by on Apr 10, 2014 in Dan Eldon Legacy, Exhibits

Does the 1st of every month sneak up on you like your parent’s birthday before you were able to get a card in the mail? It’s understandable. 2014 is flying by and I hate to break it to you my friend, but it’s practically almost May!

With so much excitement brewing this year, it seemed necessary to throw it back to 2013 to a couple events that showcased Dan’s art.

Last June, Dan’s journals, books, and prints traveled to AMFM Fest, a four-day festival at the Mary Pickford Theater in Cathedral City, California. Dan’s work was on display all weekend surrounded by talented artists, musicians, and filmmakers.

A few months later, there was an event at Bergamot Station in Los Angeles, California to celebrate what would be Dan’s 44th birthday. It was a fun and joyful Saturday night. People played with the never-before-seen virtual Dan Eldon gallery, Snow in Africa performed, and Dan fans participated in a silent auction featuring Dan’s print, “Hands,” signed by Jason Russell. There were also many people hearing Dan’s story for the first time. It was a successful night indeed!

Check out these pictures from both nights!

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Want to see more galleries of Dan’s work? Check out our post about the “Durango Series” in Durango, Colorado last year.  Also, if you’re interested in how to get the traveling exhibit to your hometown, email email hidden; JavaScript is required!