Phone Booth Gallery is proud to present “Artwork and No Play,” an art show dedicated to the movie The Shining. This online exhibition will run From October 1, 2008 to October 31, 2008. This is an online only exhibit, and can be seen via phoneboothgallery.com.
In a continuing pattern of successful group exhibits organized by Phone Booth Gallery, “Artwork and No Play” showcases artistic talent from around the Globe. The movie “The Shining” is a masterful display of imagination, which continues to inspire and frighten viewers to this day. The artistic interpretation displayed in this show is a conglomeration of mixed media artwork that is bound to put chills down your spine.
From creepy kids to haunted hotels, the show attempts to visually engage art and horror lovers worldwide. Whether you are interested in the expressive interpretation of Lloyd the Bartender by Iain Macarthur, or the elegantly comical rendering of Dick Hallorann painted by Quyen Dinh, this body of work is at no loss of style or creativity. All the characters you remember and all the scenes that made you shiver are included in “Artwork and No Play,” an art show dedicated to The Shining. “Heeeeeres Johnny!”