Here you will find answers to our most frequently asked questions.
No. I am not much of an artist myself, but I do LOVE going to museums. These are all print recreations on canvas from some of my favorite artists around the world.
I suppose that depends upon your definition of real. But no, there is no actual paint on these canvases.
We wanted to keep it fun for everyone. There is some calculated silliness mixed in with some more profound messages that I believe to be reflective of our times.
This is for everyone! Hopefully stumbling upon something out-of-the-ordinary will brighten your day during these long, repetitive days ahead.
I'm a children's author. You can find out more about my work by visiting umbrellybooks.com
Please don't. We have already had two paintings stolen in the first 24 hours. Luckily our cameras captured the thieves and the information has been handed over to the Campbell Police Department.
They have all been weatherproofed and should (in theory) last quite a while, even in prolonged extreme conditions.
It is, indeed!
Not to my knowledge. But there is a delightful photography pop-up down the street!
That is a great question! And honestly, there are no rules! Share your creativity, and favorite art with your neighbors, and your community in anyway you can. *Please keep your art appropriate for all ages*
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*The Emergency Art Museum claims no ownership, or copyright to any materials found here, or on-site. The Emergency Art Museum functions solely as a non-commercial, non-profit, educational resource for the community. All artwork represented or reproduced, has been done so for educational purposes only under the fair use act.
-Johnny DePalma, Owner / Curator
-Janelle Graves, Art Historian / Museum Educator