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LA FILM EXEC RANDY TAT CLOWNS AROUND FOR ZIMMER CHILDREN'S MUSEUM BENEFIT

by Sheryl Mandel Friday, May. 05, 2006 at 11:29 AM
ssshekkie@aol.com 718.32.5976

show&tell: the art of time is the Zimmer Children's Museum's newest exhibition opening May 7th, 2006. This highly imaginative exhibit features works of art created from clocks by 78 artists, humanitarians and social activists. Using the metaphor of time, each piece is utterly unique, ranging from whimsical and decorative to meaningful and thought provoking. Beginning April 30, 2006, all clocks are for sale with 100% of the proceeds benefiting youTHink, an innovative art and education program serving public school students throughout California

 LA FILM EXEC RANDY ...
timey_the_clown.jpg, image/jpeg, 543x363

GO BACK TO YOUR CHILDHOOD
WHEN THERE WAS MAGIC
AND WONDER
GIGGLING SECRETS
SOFT WHISPERINGS
AND STORIES TO BE TOLD
AND THEN YOU MAY FIND
YOURSELF AGAIN !!!!

ENTER THE EXTRAORDINARY, PLAYFUL
IMAGINARY MIND OF RANDY TAT AND 77 OTHER
WHIMSICAL, THOUGHT PROVOKING WELL KNOWN
ARTISTS. USING THE METAPHOR OF TIME. EACH
PIECE IS UTTERLY AND UNIQUELY ENTHRALLING.
RANGING FROM THE WHIMSICAL TO WONDROUS TO THE WACKY AND THE WILD AND THE MEANINGFUL AND THE BROW FURROWING. THE CONCEPT.... CLOCK ART...
TO BENEFIT... "youTHINK" AN INNOVATIVE ART AND EDUCATIONALPROGRAM SERVING PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS THROUGHOUT CALIFORNIA. SO SET YOUR CLOCKS.DON'T BE LATE. DON'T PROCRASTINATE. AND TIC TOC OVER TO THE BEST LITTLE KNOWN MUSEUM.....


ZIMMER CHILDREN'S MUSEUM

6505 Wilshire Boulevard
Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Located on the lobby level

The Goldsmith Jewish Federation Center

Preview Week & Pre-Sale:
April 30 – May 5, 2006

Exhibit Opening Reception
& Live Auction:
Sunday, May 7, 2006

Exhibit Dates:
April 30 – June 9, 2006
Tuesday – Thursday: 1pm-5pm
Sunday (by appointment


JOIN THE ZIMMER CHILDREN'S MUSEUM

TO BENEFIT

"YouThink"


FOR SHOW & TELL: THE ART OF TIME


"COME EXPLORE ALL THAT TIME HAS TO TELL"



THE MIND OF ARTIST RANDY TAT
"I created "Timey the Clown", the son of a watchmaker, who toured as a performer in the ‘40s and ‘50s, juggling clocks,” says Tat, who proceeded to use some of the vintage circus posters in his collection to formulate a history,
mythology and retro design for the character, even going so far as to portray him in photographs which can be seen on his website www.tatonthewall.com. The photos depict Timey’s clown wardrobe,
antique trunks covered with travel stickers containing his make-up kit and paraphernalia. I have a fascination with the circus and performers,"
explains Tat about the theatrical element in his work. Timey serves as my alter ego, a representation of the artist’s long journey for his art."
"I am honored to be chosen to participate in this very prestigious show, which also benefits a very important cause,” says Tat. “I took the metaphor
of time and added my own interest in the circus and clowns to come up with a full-fledged character that adds a back story to the art, giving it depth and
an unexpected humanity."

TAT HAS CREATED A MINI WONDROUS
WONDERLAND OF IMAGINARY
STORYLINES, WARM POIGNANT
CHARACTERS AND A HEART THROBBING
PLOT SET IN A VAUDEVILLE - LIKE THEATRICAL
FANTASY PLAYWORLD, WHERE MANY CHILDREN'S
MINDS LIVE (AND SOME LUCKY ADULTS) ....IN THE RICHNESS OF VIVID FANTASY, CUSHIONED BY GRANDMOTHERLY SENSE OF COMFORT.
OH WHAT A BETTER PLACE TO BE, THEN TO DISCOVER THE UNEXPECTED, AS YOU LOOK AND PEEK AND EXPLORE INTO THE TIMELESS WORLD OF "TIMEY THE CLOWN." AS BITS AND PIECES OF HIS WORLD ARE REVEALED. SSSHHH, YOU MAY JUST FIND SOME REALLY AWESOME SECRETS. TIME WILL TELL !!!

(LAUGHTER ALLOWED)

Randy Tat, a Seattle, WA, born boy created “Tat on the Wall” Has been exhibited at the Blueprint and Kings Road Art Galleries in W. Hollywood; The Art Gallery in Beverly Hills; the Studio in Sherman Oaks; the Retrospective Galleries in La Jolla and San Diego; and the Matsky Gallery in Seattle. Currently Randy Tat is a busy film executive for a major film production company housed in Los Angeles,
has carved out a career as one of the industry's most versatile executives. Married with two kids, Randy continues to utilize his vast industry contacts and knowledge, while creating successful film and TV productions, a cutting edge artworks collection and has a charming ease, that is rare in our competitive world today. He may just be the undiscovered Superdad!!!

LET THE TIMELESS FUN BEGIN

THE ZIMMER CHILDREN'S MUSEUM
Main number: (323) 761-8989
Fax: (323) 761-8990
Email: info@zimmermuseum.org
http://www.zimmershowandtel.org/whos_who.html
www.zimmermuseum.org
www.youTHink.org
Beginning April 30, all exhibited clocks from the individual artists, humanitarians and social activists will be for sale, with 100% of the proceeds benefiting youTHink, an innovative art and education program serving public school students throughout California.

The Zimmer Children Museum’s 2004 exhibit, “show&tell,” featured more than 180 works turning the telephone into art, with pieces from celebrities Alicia Keys, Dan Aykroyd, Elizabeth Taylor, Felicity Huffman, Fran Drescher, Frankie Muniz, George Lopez, Jane Kaczmarek, Jason Schwartzman, Mischa Barton, Paula Abdul, William H. Macy and Zooey Deschanel.

THE ARTISTY OF RANDY TAT

TatontheWall@aol.com

WWW.TATONTHEWALL.com


INTERGRITY PUBLICITY
LA: ROBERT AXELROD
NY: SHERYL MANDEL
213.483.1449
718.352.5976

rob27axelrod@yahoo.com
ssshekkie@aol.com



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