Aberdeen Art Show currently showing
Currently showing at the Aberdeen Timberland Library in Aberdeen, Washington, is a one-person show by the artist Robert Hunter.
The show is entitled "Visual Stories as told through paintings and collage".
Mr. Hunter was Kurt Cobain's high school art teacher from 1983 to 1985. He remembers Kurt as one of his most creative and innovative students. As a remembrance to Kurt and his visual as well as musical talent, an arts scholarship was established in his name in 1994 and administered by Mr. Lamont Shillinger and Bob Hunter for over ten years at Aberdeen High School.
As part of "Visual Stories", a photo-montage of Kurt called "The Legend of Kurt Cobain" was completed by Mr. Hunter and included in the series of painted stories. This piece has recently sold but can be viewed here, along with the other works of art in the show.
All pieces are for sale and a percentage of the sales go to the Kurt Cobain Memorial Committee to help build a badly needed youth center in Kurt's home town of Aberdeen.
Posted in NFC news section at www.nirvanaclub.com on 12-18-2010 @ 12:32 PM (GMT).
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