opening aug. 3: the house of usher
BENSON – Melvin Usher’s The House of Usher opens Friday, Aug. 3, at the little gallery, 5901 Maple Street in downtown Benson. The reception, which is free and open to the public, runs from 6:00 to 9:00pm.
Usher is one of a group of artists who worked in the Old Market during the 1980s and 1990s when The Antiquarium was the center of all things art, politics and culture. Among his mentors are the late Bill Farmer and the late Harry Duncan. He describes himself as an artist, poet, painter, videographer, glassblower and tattoo collector. Come meet Usher in person Aug. 3 and view different decades of his work – paintings, sketches and glass – from his collection and the Kenny Carter Collection at the little gallery.
The House of Usher runs through Aug. 31 at the little gallery. Gallery hours are:
3pm to 6pm
10am to 1pm
+ by appointment
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