[Star Wars Celebration 2022] Art Galleries and Artists at Star Wars Celebration | Hi-Def Ninja – Blu-ray SteelBooks – Pop Culture

After an almost three year break from conventions Star Wars Celebration was back in business; this time returning to the Anaheim Convention Center right across the street from Disneyland and Galaxy’s Edge. Unlike other comic cons that feature an extremely wide array of fandoms Star Wars Celebration, as the name implies, bring together fans for a four day showcase of all things Star Wars related.

While the show is just Star Wars focused four days still never feels like enough time to fully experience everything happening during the show with so much to going on from panels, exhibitors,  exhibits, dioramas, art booths, cosplaying, and even a tattoo parlor. Pin and swag collecting and trading even have their own strong presence at the show. As normal I’ll therefore be breaking down my coverage based on the different aspects of the show. Since there are always a wide array of things fans can experience at any convention I split my coverage into the different aspects of a show. Outside of the typical exhibitor booths art plays a major role on the show floor at Star Wars Celebration. Plenty of artists and art galleries were on hand displaying some of the most amazing Star Wars related art out there. Additionally as part of the show Dark Ink Art with license through Acme Archives puts on an art show with a select group of artists selling official Star Wars Celebration prints making for even more unique pieces as these have the official show logo on them.

So let’s take a look at some of the amazing artwork found at Star Wars Celebration 2022…

Art of Entertainment/ Thomas Kinkade Studios

Art of Entertainment provides a wide array of limited edition fine art and collectibles across a wide array of properties including DC, Marvel, Disney, and Star Wars. Perfect for movie and entertainment fans looking for amazing artwork to add to their home Décor and with different sizing, editions, and framing options available for each print fans can get the perfect piece of art for their home collection.

At Celebration Art of Entertainment and Thomas Kinkade studios were on hand showing off a host of art from their Star Wars line. The booth was showcasing four of their artists throughout the show – Dirk Wunderlich, Monte Moore, Brian Rood, and Jenna McMullins. Debuting at the show were artist Monte Moore’s Star Wars: The Mandalorian Colletion and Brian Rood’s trio of limited edition paintings which are part of his Star Wars: Book of Boba Fett collection.

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