In celebration of awe-inspiring art, three galleries will host separate opening receptions of the works by Gregory King, a filmmaker and multimedia artist based out of Los Angeles.

King was invited in 2010 by the set decorator for the wildly popular film saga Twilight to have his visual art featured as set decor in “Breaking Dawn” (parts 1 and 2). Several art works were selected and hung in the ‘Cullen House’ set, and are visible as backdrop in many scenes. Tah Gallery’s curator, Sandy Taylor, has selected these, among other paintings by King, to be on display in each gallery.

Here are two of his “Twilight” pieces that were used in the movies.



More information about the artist and this event can be found here.

Thanks to Jack M. for the tip from sunny Los Angeles.