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Corey Helford Gallery's 5th Anniversary: 10 Kick-Ass Paintings From the Show, 'Zero to Sixty'

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Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 10:48 AM
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Corey Helford Gallery is celebrating its fifth anniversary with the group exhibit "Zero to Sixty," which has its opening July 1.

The show is billed as a combination of new works from artists who have shown with the gallery from the beginning and new artists it's never shown before: "what's best at Corey Helford Gallery and what's to come."

To help celebrate, here are ten kick-ass paintings from the show:

10. Eric Joyner: Jungle Trek

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This is not how I remembered The Jungle Book.

9. Buff Monster: Delicious Dessert

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What flavor is the guy in gray? It's like something from Scoops.

8. Kent Williams: Sea: Rise

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This was the first draft of a storyboard for The Karate Kid. Then they decided to have him fight humans.

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