For the month of October, just in time for Halloween, Pariah Fine Art presents “Dark Vistas”, a group exhibition of haunting, surreal and speculative work by artists Rick Berry, Ron Wing, Jeffrey Martin, Jody Fallon and Cheryl Fallon. An opening reception will be held Friday, October 5th from 5pm to 9pm and will also featuring fire and hoop dancing in the courtyard by Sara Young of Hoopsaray. The exhibit runs through October 31st.
The exhibit will feature work by guest artists including award winning illustrator and artist Rick Berry who is credited with creating the first digitally painted book cover (Neuromancer by William Gibson) in the world and his work is held in the private collections of Stephen King, Neil Gaiman and Peter Straub, just to name a few.
Also featured is Ron Wing, a cartoonist, illustrator and fine artist who graduated from Pratt in 1954. As a commercial artist and cartoonist for over 50 years, Ron Wing’s work has been published in such magazines as Business Week, Argosy, Pageant, Coronet, Reader’s Digest and The Saturday Evening Post. Additionally, he was the cartoonist for Larry Wilde’s series of “Official Joke Books” and an illustrator for Bantam Books including the Choose Your Own Adventure series.
Master Pastellist of the America Pastel Society and national portrait artist, Jeffrey Martin, whose commissioned portraits hang in many private homes around the country and in the public collections of West Point, M.I.T., Purdue, Penn State, Northwestern University, Salisbury State, University of Minnesota, University of Texas, University of Louisville, as well as on Capitol Hill and in courthouses, businesses, Federal Buildings and hospitals throughout the country, is also featured.
Additionally, the show will feature paintings by Jody Fallon, owner of Pariah Fine Art, and photography by Cheryl Fallon.
Pariah Fine Art is located in Lancaster’s Gallery Row neighborhood at 113 North Water Street. For more information, please visit www.PariahFineArt.com .