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Hyaena Gallery in Burbank, CA, to Host All Out of Bubblegum! A Tribute to John Carpenter

Featuring artwork in all different styles and media, the Hyaena Gallery is currently featuring a fantastic presentation entitled All Out of Bubblegum! A Tribute to John Carpenter.

Into the Labyrinth & Mind of Guillermo Del Toro - A Tribute Art Exhibit Being Held at Hyaena Gallery Now

Here's another great event for you folks in the Burbank area. The Hyaena Gallery is currently featuring an art show paying tribute to legendary horror creator Guillermo Del Toro. The exhibit is on display now with an opening reception scheduled for July 6.

Clint Carney's The Final Fire Art Exhibit Opening at Hyaena Gallery on November 3rd

He lent his considerable talents to charity earlier this year for The Horror Starlets, and now artist Clint Carney’s latest artwork is set to bow at Hyaena Gallery in Burbank, California.

Gris Grimly Artwork on Exhibit at Hyaena Gallery

With well over a dozen books to his credit, Gris Grimly has been steadily carving a unique niche for himself in the art world for many years now. His talent ranges from fine art to illustrated children’s stories, including work with Neil Gaimen and illustrated volumes of Edgar Allan Poe and Sleepy Hollow. Through the end of this month his books and t-shirts will be on display at Hyaena Gallery in Burbank.

Jeremy Cross at the Hyaena Gallery

From August 16th through August 31st, LA-area horror fiends can stop by the Hyaena Gallery (1928 W. Olive, Burbank) and check out some of the amazing work done by artist Jeremy Cross.

Jeff Rebner Takes Us to The Land of Nod

It may surprise some of Jeff Rebner’s fans that his Land of Nod exhibition at the Hyaena Gallery (1928 W. Olive in Burbank) is the first time that the artist is actually doing a full showing of his work there.

Rebner, Jeff (Artist, Land of Nod)

It may surprise some of Jeff Rebner’s fans that his Land of Nod exhibition at the Hyaena Gallery (1928 W. Olive in Burbank) is the first time that the artist is actually doing a full showing of his work there. "Back when I was working for Film Roman on King of the Hill, I would pass by