A Harry Potter Tribute Exhibition

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In honor of all things magical and Potter-esque, The Nucleus Gallery in Alhambra, California collected submissions and curated a massive tribute show.

The Harry Potter Tribute Art Exhibition features work from more than 100 pieces from 50 artists, who the gallery claims share almost nothing but a love for J.K. Rowling's popular wizard.

You can check out the show with work from Alfred Paredes, Bannister, Corey Godbey, Jared Andrew Schorr, Keith Noordzy, Nicole Gustafsson, Tang Kheng Heng (to name a few), now through August 1, or follow the gallery's blog dedicated to the exhibition.

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