Bob's Burgers Gets Its Own Art Exhibition on New York City's Lower East Side

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<i>Bob's Burgers</i> Gets Its Own Art Exhibition on New York City's Lower East Side

Bob’s Burgers is one of the most consistently great shows on television, managing to be hilarious, awkward and endearing episode to episode. Spoke Art NYC, an art gallery on New York City’s Lower East Side, is currently running an officially licensed exhibition of art based on the Belchers, in honor of the show.

The Bob’s Burgers exhibition runs Wednesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., until Oct. 16. There is no admission charge or tickets needed, and all ages are welcome.

You can read Spoke Art’s description of the event below, along with a list of participating artists. Head over to the exhibition’s official Facebook page for more details, and check out the other galleries and exhibitions that Spoke Art runs here.

Meanwhile, you can check out some examples of the amazing paintings, sculptures and prints in the gallery above.

Spoke Art, NYC is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition, an art show tribute to the animated FOX television series Bob’s Burgers. Officially licensed through FOX and the production studios Bento Box Entertainment, the exhibition is a veritable showcase of painting, sculpture and fine art prints.

A highly popular TV series, it has caught the attention of millions of viewers world wide Bob’s Burgers is best known for it’s unique cast of animated characters – each with their own humorous quirks. The personalities of each Belcher family member resonates on a large-scale. Tina’s anxious yet hopeful outlook, Louise’s blind and courageous attitude and Bob’s constant attempts to just keep it together are compelling and universally relatable.

Comprised of original painting and sculpture as well as a multitude of limited edition prints, Bob’s Burgers is a wide-ranging display of artistry from all over the world. Exhibiting a host of different styles and talents, each work expresses the fun and comical influence of the show. In addition, the show will be presenting some works from the LA-based Gallery 1988.

Participating Artists
Bryce Wymer, Ellen Wilberg, Jayson Weidel, Chris Walker, Geoff Trapp, Jenny VY Tran, Toddbot, TLtv, Nick Stokes, Andy Stattmiller, Jordan Soliz, Kate Snow, Cuyler Smith, Bennett Slater, Ellen Schinderman, RONLEWHORN, Michelle Romo, Joshua Roman, Jesse Riggle, Rezatron, Eric Price, Anna Pan, James Olstein, Sean Norvet, Keith Noordzy, Oh Sew Nerdy, Brighton Cooper Ballard, Adam Lister, Nan Lawson, Conor Langton, Doug La Rocca, KOMBOH, Chiko KF, Jellykoe, Aaron Jasinski, Meg Hyland, Ryan Hungerford, Gerhard Human, Fred Harper, Ryan Hall, Justin Hager, Dominic “Nico” Guidote, Tom Grillo, Lauren Gregg, Monica Garwood, Erin Gallagher, Jayde Fish, Jeffrey Everett , Carlos and Ernesto East “The Beast Brothers”, Emily Dumas, Steve Dressler, Nic Cowan, Emily Connell, Michelle Coffee, Alina Chau, Jason Chalker, Keith Carter, Leilani Bustamante, Lawrence Hugh Burns, Ivonna Buenestro, Kat Brunnegraff, Ryan Brinkerhoff, Steff Bomb, Barry Blankenship, Mike Bilz, Jeremy Berkley, Jill Bencsits, Nate Bear, Bagger43, Ana Aranda, Stephen Andrade, Oliver Akuin, Sherif Adel