Neighborhood artist, Justin King who uses cardboard in most of his work will be here to help make masks, ray guns or pretty much anything else we have time for.
Just bring you’re creativity.
Ages 4 and up. $5 to participate. Click here to get your ticket.
Event Info: Saturday, 10 to 11am
Dates: April 1st, May 13th, June 3rd, Jul 1st, August 5th, September 2nd.
Location: Apotheosis Comics 3206 S. Grand, St. Louis, MO
Justin King is a St. Louis based painter and sculptor. With unusual mediums such as cardboard and papier mache, he creates animals and pop influenced sculptures. His papier mache animal busts fool your eye into believing they’re cast bronze while his cardboard sculptures surprise you with their detail and form. His paintings range from colorful fluid abstracts to stylized portraits. He sells work at New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art, Houska Gallery and through private sales.
He works out of his in home studio in the historic neighborhood of Tower Grove Heights, where he lives with his wife, son.