Halloween screams into town once a year, but for artists Tony Gleeson and Tim Gore, their fascination with things that creep, crawl and possibly ooze continues year round.
Gleeson, who released four new drawings in his new "Fanciful Visions of…Dinos & Dragons" portfolio at the one-night-only show at Dark Delicacies on Magnolia Boulevard on Oct. 23, says the limited edition prints represent a return for him.
"I've been working as a digital artist for sometime and I wanted to return to putting a pencil on a sheet of paper," Gleeson said. "It's about the way graphite feels on the page."
Dark Delicacies, a Burbank fixture for the past 16 years, claims to be the only all horror book and gift shop in the United States.
The shop's co-owner, Del Howison, hosts a number of signings, talks, exhibits and other events at his store throughout the year. Although authors and speakers will often fly in from elsewhere or stop as part of a tour, the majority of the visual artists featured at Dark Delicacies are from the Southern California region, since they must travel with their work.