• Mon. Dec 5th, 2022

‘TIme Travel’ artwork exhibition at Canton gallery influenced by film reels

CANTON — Artwork influenced by previous family members movie reels opens Thursday at Very important Arts Gallery in downtown Canton.

The paintings of David King, titled “Time Travel,” will be showcased 6 to 10 p.m. and also will be shown through 1st Friday situations on May 7 while remaining at Critical Arts via mid-June at 324 Cleveland Ave. NW.

David King's "Time Travel" art exhibit is opening at 6 p.m. Thursday at Vital Arts Gallery in downtown Canton. The exhibit will be on display through mid-June at Vital Arts at 324 Cleveland Ave. NW. This oil/acrylic painting is titled, "Merry go round."

Loved ones films from 5 to six decades ago gave King the plan for the show.

“I learned the movie reels and photo negatives,” he wrote in an e-mail. “I imagined likely back again in time to commit far more time with family that experienced passed. I imagined likely through a image or movie projecting myself in that area and time.

“The perform has advanced in that I am now making use of all those pictures of household customers to produce new narratives. The paintings have a contemporary fluorescent ground with images overtop generally obscured, smeared, scratched to portray the erosion of memory.”

David King's "Time Travel" art exhibit is opening at 6 p.m. Thursday at Vital Arts Gallery in downtown Canton. The exhibit will be on display through mid-June at Vital Arts at 324 Cleveland Ave. NW. This oil/acrylic painting is titled, "Mom's Prom."

He made use of the passage of time as a creative vehiicle.

“Portray memories documented in the transferring visuals transforms the grief and lets for conversation with lives no for a longer time current,” King wrote. “An appreciation of time occurs as we search the two forwards and backwards, yet keep on being existing. 

“The intention is not to repair or memorialize time, but as a substitute excavate a specific memory, perpetuating movement and inviting participation. The operate depicts the slippery endeavours of the mind’s eye to pause and preserve disintegrating reminiscences…”

Standard gallery hours are 6 to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Vital Arts Gallery also homes several operating artist studio areas on two floors, as effectively as an impartial movie theatre downstairs, The Slash Cinema.

David King's "Time Travel" art exhibit is opening at 6 p.m. Thursday at Vital Arts Gallery in downtown Canton. The exhibit will be on display through mid-June at Vital Arts at 324 Cleveland Ave. NW. This oil/acrylic piece is titled, "Bunny slippers."

Born in Stow, King acquired his Grasp of Wonderful Arts in portray from Kent Condition University.

The Cleveland Heights resident is also a retired significant school artwork teacher. King also has curated and juried many exhibitions, the gallery said.

King is a founding board member of ARTFUL Cleveland, a grassroots corporation furnishing economical studio area to Eastside Cleveland artists. He is also an adjunct professor at Case Western Reserve College in the Art Education Section.

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