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Hail to the King - A Stephen King Tribute Art Show Heading to Des Moines, Iowa

14 January 2011 1:10 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Hail to the King, a one-of-a-kind Stephen King tribute art show, is heading to downtown Des Moines for a five-week run beginning January 22nd. There will be original artwork, graphic design, artists proofs, limited edition prints, and soft sculpture toys paying tribute to the King of Horror!

From the Press Release:

Finder's Creepers and D. Ryan Allen present Hail to the King, a Stephen King Tribute Art Show featuring artists from across the country and around the world. This show will have an opening reception on Saturday, January 22nd, and will run through the end of February at Finder's Creepers, located at 515 - 18th Street in Des Moines, Iowa.

Artists included in this show are: Allison Hall, Anastasia Catris (UK), Andrew Barton, Brent Houzenga, Brian D (NY), Bryan Baugh of cryptlogic.net, D. Ryan Allen, DeAnna Herrington, Jacqueline Roate, Jeff Bonker, Jessica Pertzborn, Job Yamen, Joe Jones, Kelly Hutchison of DarkVomit. »

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King gets a tribute in Des Moines

13 January 2011 3:04 PM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

Finder’s Creepers, a Des Moines, Ia shop devoted to outsider artwork, and D. Ryan Allen are presenting Hail to the King, a Stephen King tribute art show featuring contributors from around the world. Read on for the details.

The show had its opening reception this past Saturday, January 22 and will run through the end of February at Finder’s Creepers, located in downtown Des Moines at 515 18th Street. The lineup of Hail to the King artists includes: Allison Hall, Anastasia Catris, Andrew Barton, Brent Houzenga, Brian D, Bryan Baugh, D. Ryan Allen, DeAnna Herrington, Jacqueline Roate, Jeff Bonker, Jessica Pertzborn, Job Yamen, Joe Jones, Kelly Hutchison, KimB Kreatures, Kristian Day, László Lampert, Lisa Beck, Lyndal Ferguson, Misty Hover, Nate Fetus, Regina Riordan, Ryan Jon Gillispie, Satanimals, Shannon Gausten, Shawn Palek, Tanner Saltzman and Van Holmgren.

The opening reception featured horror movies on the big screen, horrific drinks and treats »

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Hail to the King – A Stephen King Tribute Art Show featuring World Wide Artists

12 January 2011 7:54 PM, PST | Horror News | See recent Horror News news »

This one-of-a-kind, Stephen King Tribute Art Show will feature artists from around the world. There will be original artwork, graphic design, artists proofs, limited edition prints and soft sculpture toys paying tribute to the King of Horror! Finder’s Creepers and D. Ryan Allen Present: Hail to the KIng, a Stephen King Tribute Art Show featuring artists from across the country and around the world! This show will have an opening reception on Saturday, January 22nd and will run through the end of February at Finder’s Creepers, located in downtown Des Moines at 515 18th Street. This show includes numerous locally known artists as well as artists from across the nation and around the world. Artists included in this show are: Allison Hall, Anastasia Catris (UK), Andrew Barton, Brent Houzenga, Brian D (NY), Bryan Baugh of cryptlogic.net, D. Ryan Allen, DeAnna Herrington, Jacqueline Roate, Jeff Bonker, Jessica Pertzborn, Job Yamen, »

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