Charles Henry James solo show at M2 Gallery | Rock Candy

Monday, March 28, 2016

Charles Henry James solo show at M2 Gallery

Posted By on Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 4:05 PM

click to enlarge "Manscape 23," painting on canvas by Charles Henry James.
  • "Manscape 23," painting on canvas by Charles Henry James.


M2 Gallery says Charles Henry James has been at work for four years creating the paintings and works on paper he will show in "Manscape," to open April 1 at the gallery, in the Pleasant Ridge Shopping Center. James describes the paintings as his "Frankenstein monsters ... constructed of parts torn from the depths of my psyche and stitched together with paint and sweat. They stand on their own ready to face the world on their own terms.”

James, originally from New York, lives and works in Little Rock. 

There will be an opening reception from 6-9 p.m. April 1; the show runs through April 29.


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