A Bubblegum Gallery tribute to ‘Star Wars’

Beginning January 6 at 6 p.m., the Downtown Spaces spot will showcase Star Wars art by artists of all ages.

Timely given the recent release of Rogue One (and, sadly, the death of Carrie Fisher), Bubblegum Gallery’s forthcoming group show celebrates the Star Wars universe. Beginning January 6 at 6 p.m., the Downtown Spaces spot will showcase Rebel Alliance paintings by Amy Miles; graphic design prints of Han, Chewie, Luke and Vader; Imperial and Rebel debris replicas; mini, vibrant pop art squares by John Patterson; fan gear merch; and more—all created by artists of all ages. “You can be a little kid or an adult, and we’ll hang it on the wall to display,” says owner LeslieAnn Farrell, who encourages attendees to dress in costume. The artwork will be on display through the end of the month, and if that’s not enough fandom for you, there will be a family-friendly TIE fighter paint class on January 13 ($25).

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