Marvel comic-inspired art exhibit in Canton features Captain America

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Canton — The Canton Museum’s “Marvelous City” exhibition attracts viewers’ attention with true superhero fashion.

The images are fascinating and dramatic. The colors are bright and impressive. And Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Spider-Man, and other timeless characters dare to look away.

They were born from Alex Ross’s brushstrokes, whose photorealistic art style is compared to Norman Rockwell.

“Marvelocity: The Art of Alex Ross” is the centerpiece of the Canton Museum’s winter exhibition, which is on display until March 6. The new exhibition will also include “Tom Franco and the Ice-Creams: Beyond Struggle, When the Future Hello Meets Identitys Deep Roots”. “And” Unsound: Hannah Pierce Ceramics. “The fourth exhibition in winter is” POP! “.

Franco, the brother of actors James Franco and Dave Franco, is a co-creator of the Firehouse Art Collective in California, a community-based project that provides space for artists.

His folk crafts represent the image of the Bay Area and “a shared world culture, and a scene of inner life in a more subtle realm of reality,” the Canton Museum said in a news release.

For a new exhibition at the Canton Museum "Tom Franco and Ice Cream: Beyond the Struggle, Deep Roots, When Future Hellos Meet Identity,"  "Unsound: Hannah Pierce Ceramics" When "pop!"

Pierce’s story-driven sculptures mainly depict strange characters and images from the urban environment.

San Diego-based sculptor “Storytelling reveals subtle tones of historical influence, such as German Expressionism, Indonesian shadow play, and early 1900s animations using paper clippings, but Pop Sur. It is most strongly influenced by Surrealism, “says the Canton Museum.

Max Burton, executive director and chief executive officer of the museum, said the exhibition “explors a thrilling fantasy world, pop art and pop surrealism, and folk art storytelling.”

“Each exhibition has something that really pleases art lovers (and manga fans) of all ages,” he said.

Black Adam is one of the Marvel Comics characters featured in a new exhibition at the Canton Museum. "Marvelous City: Alex Ross's art."

Celebration schedule

The museum is open Tuesday to Thursday from 10 am to 8 pm. Friday and Saturday from 10am to 5pm. Sundays from 1 pm to 5 pm. The museum is closed on Mondays.

Members are admitted free of charge, and the museum is admitted free of charge every Thursday from 10 am to 8 pm with the support of the PNC Foundation.

For a new exhibition at the Canton Museum "Unsound: Hannah earrings ceramic." The winter exhibition begins on Tuesday and continues until March 6th.

Tickets can be purchased at the museum or online in advance at A mask is required at the gallery. Admission is $ 6 for seniors and students. Adult, $ 8. Free admission for children and veterans. For ticket details, please visit the museum website.

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