Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Corey Helford Gallery’s Literartistry

Corey Helford Gallery will be presenting Literartistry, a group show featuring works of art inspired by the written word. As Michelangelo was inspired by Dante’s The Divine Comedy and John Everett Millais by Ophelia in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, each artist in Literartistry will base their piece on a book that has inspired or affected them in a meaningful way. If you get on down to this you will have the opportunity to check out the artists’ favorite books for their reading enjoyment, just as they would at a traditional library. The opening reception for Literartistry will take place on Saturday, August 11 from 7 to 10pm and is open to the public. The exhibition will remain on view until September 1, 2007. Don’t miss this one, read more and see the list of artists that will blow you away.

Participating artists to date include: Jason Shawn Alexander, Erik Alos, Chris Anthony, Chris Conn Askew,Attaboy, Anthony Ausgang, Lauren Bergman, Andrew Brandou, Dave Burke, Paul Chatem, Greg Clarke, Amy Crehore, Camilla d’Ericco, Jason Dugan, Korin Faught, Sarah Folkman, Melissa Forman, Andrew Foster, Lauren Gardiner, Andrew Hem, Michael Hussar, Stella Im Hultberg, Mari Inukai, Wednesday Kirwan, Kukula, Joe Ledbetter, Tiffany Liu, Kevin Llewellyn, Lola, Jeff McMillan, Lisa Moneypenny Murray, Tom Neely, Joe O’Neill, Alex Pardee, Kevin Peterson, Joshua Petker, Carlos Ramos, Sergio Rebia, Joey Remmers, Lesley Reppeteaux, Isabel Samaras, Mijn Schatje, Nathan Spoor, Bob Staake, Gin Stevens, David Stoupakis, Cassandra Szekely, Heidi Taillefer, The Pizz, Sage Vaughn, Amanda Visell, DavidVonDerLinn, and Jasmine Worth.
By James


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