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Photos: Stephen King Art Show Will Haunt Your Dreams

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It's time to revisit the fear we felt as children watching Stephen King movies like The Shining and It.

Hero Complex Gallery’s “King For a Day” features art inspired by the Stephen King universe, from his books to the film and TV renditions of those novels. The show opened this weekend and runs until April 6.

A portion of proceeds from the show will go to benefit King’s charity of choice, The Haven Foundation, a non-profit to benefit freelance creators who are unable to work, due to a disease or accident.

Prints of the pictures can be bought at the Gallery or online from $15 and up. They’re available at HeroComplexGallery.com.

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Hero Complex Gallery is located at 2020 South Robertson Blvd., Studio D. It’s open Wednesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.