Mmmmm, Art! Simpson’s Production Exhibit Draws Crowds

If you feel like admiring a rare Homer Simpson cel up close, or thinking about buying a loved one a Springfieldian storyboard, then get yourself to the Beverly Hills-based art gallery, Wonderful World of Animation which continues its popular run of the Simpsons Art Installation through July 8th.

Featuring worldwide exclusive premiere of Simpsons storyboards outlining the action and dialogue of a particular episode sequence, and the much-coveted animation production art from seasons four and five of the popular Fox series, the exhibit has been open to the public since June 10th.

“Our mission is to provide a fun, educational experience for fans of The Simpsons,” says gallery owner Debbie Weiss. “We have educated staff members on site that can walk a visitor through the various steps of production art, enlightening them about the process of animation.”

The Wonderful World of Art is one of the world’s leading animation art galleries. The center specializes in original animation and has over 5,000 pieces from a variety of animation art studios, including Fox, Disney, Chuck Jones, Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. The gallery is located at 218 South Robertson Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Gallery hours: 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. For more information about the exhibit, visit www.wonderfulworldofanimation.com.