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Power in Numbers


June 17 - June 24, 2006

Opening reception: Saturday, June 17 (7pm-11pm)

Bring in the above flyer to receive a free gift at the door

Nucleus proudly presents, The Power in Numbers Show, a one-week event to benefit the Red Cross.  The show presents a wide variety of new and original art from over 100 artists. The artists will be using a 4” x 6” postcard and can format it using any desired medium they choose on that two dimensional surface. Buyers will be able to “pick and grab”, taking their purchases immediately after they have been made. All artwork will be marked at exactly $100. Artists may submit up to 4 pieces giving nearly all collectors a chance to take home something.

Gallery Nucleus
30 West Main St.
Alhambra, CA 91801

McFarlane Gets ‘LOST’


McFarlane Toys will give fans of the hit ABC show a series of Lost action figures.  They are scheduled to be released late fall, 2006.

Series 1 captures six fan-favorite characters from the series' first season: Jack, Kate, Locke, Hurley, Charlie and Shannon.  Each 6-inch Lost figure will have a detailed base and photographic backdrop, capturing an episode-specific moment in the character's story.  In addition, each package will include a detailed prop reproduction central to the character's story, enabling fans to "own" a piece of the show's mythology. For example, Kate's figure will be packaged with a reproduction of the toy airplane that plays so prominently into her backstory.  More than just action figures, McFarlane's Lost figures will once again raise the bar for fans and for the industry.

Nada Designer Toy by Melanie Baillairge


Madam Edgar sent word of this very unique designer toy named Nada by Melanie Baillairge.  Here's the catch!  They need to sell 100 pieces in order for the figures to get shipped to Montreal.  So...for $50 you will get 1 stationary item of your choice, 50% off every item in the store, plus a receipt certificate for the first limited edition designer toy produced in Quebec by Melanie Baillairge (pictured above).

This Side Up @ Wootini


This Side Up is a traveling art show of 45 artists, who have transformed up to three ordinary cardboard squares into works of art. These 104 unique pieces will be on display and available for purchase beginning June 9th at the Wootini Gallery in Carrboro, NC. A portion of all proceeds from this exhibit will be donated to homeless shelters. Opening reception will be held Friday, June 9th, from 7pm - 12am in the Carrboro's Carr Mill Mall. Music provided by Family and refreshments provided by Wootini. This show runs through July 10th, and then will move to The Creative Electric Gallery in Minneapolis, MN.