Art: Everage King at Parkside Cafe

Stop by Parkside Café in Walnut Hills between for an exhibition of Everage King’s small but choice paintings. They portray places you might know: The familiar Northside corner “Chase and Hamilton,” a front porch in “Withrow Vista,” “Mt. Auburn Hillside”

Stop by Parkside Café in Walnut Hills between 5 and 8 p.m. today for the opening of an exhibition of Everage King’s small but choice paintings. They portray places you might know: The familiar Northside corner “Chase and Hamilton,” a front porch in “Withrow Vista,” “Mt. Auburn Hillside” among them. King, whose day job is installing art at the Cincinnati Art Museum, is a DAAP graduate and has a good eye for a telling scene. He works with ease in acrylic, gouache and that often ill-used medium, watercolor. Parkside is a breakfast/lunch place, open 7 a.m.-3 p.m. daily, and is also establishing itself as a site for art by local artists. King’s show will be up through January. Get details here.

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