HANFORD — The work of artist Chad Clough, a Santa Monica-based artist, is on display at the Kings Art Center through Sept. 16.
Clough’s art is a collection of large-scale pieces with a display of textures and patterns.
“His work is very modern and abstract,” said Karina Marquez of the Kings Art Center.
Usually exhibits run six weeks and are free for viewing.
“The optimist” exhibit is now on display in the Marcellus Gallery at the Kings Art Center. The next exhibit will be work from Kings Art Center's Permanent Collection at the Marcellus Gallery from Sept. 23 - Nov. 11.
The Members Gallery will showcase prints and drawings from artist Henry Sugimoto.
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Apart from the many different collections of art pieces and exhibits, the center also offers classes for adults two days each month called Pour and Paint Party classes.
This month’s classes will be offered Friday and Saturday from 6:30-8 p.m.
Participants of the class are encouraged to bring their own beverages. Art supplies are provided by the arts center.
Classes cost $35 and Marquez says classes fill up quickly and reservations are recommended. The classes can be no larger than 24 and members of the art center get a discount.
“It’s a different image each month. This month is sunflowers. Anybody can bring their own wine. The class is geared to be more relaxed,” said Marquez. “It can be meant for a girl’s night, but we also get a lot of couples.”