Tami Balloon Dress

FableVisionaries weren’t going to let some bad weather rain on their parade (literally) during the 4th annual Creative Juices Open House Art Show last Friday! Art lovers from in and around the city arrived at FableVision Studios dressed in complete rain garb to celebrate one of the best community events of the summer (in our opinion). With sketches, photographs, and poetry lining the walls, guests at the Creative Juices Open House Art Show were able to get a taste of our staff’s outstanding artistic abilities as well as a couple of creatively mixed juices along the way! Here's a taste of the variety of talent showed at this year's event:

Visitors at Friday’s event didn’t have to look to the walls for samples of FableVision’s creativity. In the corner of the room, a 3D printer set up by our company President Gary Goldberger quietly chugged away, turning a 2D computer image into a plastic figure in a matter of hours.

Hidden away in the company green room was this cartoon gem created by Director of Art and Animation, Bob Flynn! This life-sized drawing captured the attention of many passing guests. Can you spot any familiar characters?

Production Assistant Jordan Persson took FableVision Studios' little blue television and put a looping video on it perched atop our popcorn machine stuffed to the brim with candies.

Naomi Greenfield was at it again! Our Creative Strategist’s balloon talents made waves at last year’s Open House so this year, she decided to reprise her role. With Tami Wicinas as her model, Naomi pulled out her bag of tricks and crafted a dress fit for a queen!

While the adults were busy mingling with exhibitioners, the kids had the chance to hang out with some creatures their own size… puppets! These furry characters visited courtesy of Puppet Showplace Theatre, and were a hit with some of the younger visitors, along with this tablet-controlled video game that we blew up on the big screen, created by Creative IT & QA Specialist, John Groh.

Big, BIG thanks to everyone who braved the harsh weather conditions to visit our Studio and say hello. Join us next time!