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Classic Rock Art Show

Thanks to all that stopped by the Classic Rock Art Show! January 14-16, 2011 @ Ho-Chunk Madison.

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    Beatles Fans from all over stopped out to the show.
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    Live music from The Britins
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    Live music from The Britins: They had the Enlgish lingo and everything.
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    Live music from The Britins
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    Classic Rock Art Show Ho-Chunk, Madison.
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    Classic Rock Art Show Ho-Chunk, Madison.
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    Our guy Jmmie The Gap (R)
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    Beatles Animator Ron Campbell sketched a personalized drawing for a WIBA-FM listener.
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    Ron & Jmmie
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    Getting the show set up
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    Ron hung out at the art show and sketched many drawings...this being one of them.
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    Representing our night guy Alice Cooper at the show.
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    NBC 15 came out to see what the show was all about. Interviewing Scott, the art show presenter.
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    Getting some TV love from NBC 15
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    RON CAMPBELL (Animator, Storyboard Artist, Director) directed and animated many of the Saturday morning cartoon episodes such as Slow Down, I'll Cry Instead, Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby, Can't Buy Me Love, It Won't Be Long, Anna, Matchbox, With Love From Me To You, Dizzy Miss Lizzy, What You're Doing, Komm Gib Mir Deine Hand, and Bad Boy.
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    WIBA-FM listeners interested in limited edition posters.
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    More of the Britins
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    WIBA-FM listener who is a big Beatles fan came out to meet Ron and get his art autographed.
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    Ron Campbell being interviewed on NBC 15
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    Thanks NBC 15!
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    David from the Exclusive Company set up shop for the weekend with some vinyls.
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    WIBA-FM listener stopped out to see Ron.
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    Forming his company, Ron Campbell Films, Inc, he produced and directed the animation for The Big Blue Marble which won many awards, including a Peabody for Excellence in Broadcasting and an Emmy for Best Children's Show of the Year.
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    In the early 1980s, he drew a majority of the storyboards for Hanna-Barbera’s hit series The Smurfs, including the Emmy-award winning Smurfolympics special. Also during the ‘80s, Campbell was a storyboard artist for The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and numerous other hit shows of the era, including Flintstones, Jetsons, Captain Caveman, Scooby-Doo and many other shows.
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    The 1990s took Ron Campbell to Disney TV Animation where he was responsible for animation direction on Bonkers, Goof Troop, and Darkwing Duck. He also spent much of the decade storyboarding for Klasky-Csupo’s The Rugrats, Rocket Power, and the bizare adult cartoon, Duckman. During that time, he was nominated for an Emmy for a storyboard for Ahh! Real Monsters.
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    Our awesome intern making sure the table works ;)
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    "Please...no pictures" (Too cool in the background...)
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    WIBA-FM staffers
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    What is a classic rock art show without Beatles Rockband?
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    Signing up to win Jeff Dunham tickets at the WIBA-FM booth.
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    Campbell began his animation career in the early 1960’s, working on Beetle Bailey, Krazy Kat, and Cool McCool for King Features, as well as The Beatles. He then moved to the US and Hanna-Barbera, going on to write and produce cartoons for Sesame Street and animate on the original George of the Jungle and Tom Slick TV shows.
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    In 1968, Al Brodax once again contracted Ron from London, where he was producing The Beatle’s feature length animated motion picture, Yellow Submarine. Brodax asked Ron, and his colleague Duane Crowther, if they could animate many of the connecting sequences in the movie. Together, they subsequently ended up animating around twelve minutes, or roughly one seventh of the entire film. In his 2004 memoir Up Periscope Yellow,chronicling the making of Yellow Submarine, Brodax accredits Ron for essentially helping pull together various elements of the movie.
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    Since 'retiring', Ron Campbell has been doing Pop Art paintings often based on the cartoon shows he has helped create in one capacity or another, and has been showing his work on the Beatles TV cartoons and The Yellow Submarine in galleries around the country. His Pop Art Beatles work sell in galleries internationally and all over the USA. You are invited to Google 'Ron Campbell Animation Art' to see some of that work.
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