- October 7, 2009
When Jack King thinks of his artwork, he imagines it hanging in a studio covered in dust.
Which is why seeing his sculptures, paintings and drawings hang in the Longboat Key Center for the Arts was so strange.
“It’s interesting,” he said. “I never see them the way you see them.”
King’s artwork makes up one half of the “Drawing Re-Imagined” exhibit that made its debut on Nov. 18. The work of Will Corr comprises the other half of the exhibit.
“To see it all come to fruition is magical,” Corr said.
Corr wants his work to read like an open book. According to the art center website, drawing is defined as the art of creating images usually consisting of lines. The two artists use line, gesture, shade and pattern to form their points of view in their work.
The exhibit is on display until Jan. 13 at the Longboat Key Center for the Arts, 6860 Longboat Drive South. An artist talk will be held on Dec. 7 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.