Gloves of war

Observers look at the gloves created by artist Cecelia Kane depicting ongoing events of the Iraq War. They are on display at the Carol Henry Gallery in Agoura.

Artist Cecelia Kane’s collection of gloves with painted images depicting the Iraq War is on display through July 31 at the Carol Henry Studio/Gallery in Agoura Hills.

Kane’s project began as a solo effort more than five years ago when the war started. She painted images on white cotton gloves depicting headlines and images of the war. In 2006, she began inviting other artists from throughout the world to assist with the project. More than 100 artists are represented in this exhibit of more than 1,500 gloves along with photography, sculpture, video, animation, glass, beadwork, printmaking, mixed media and puppetry arts.

The exhibit has traveled throughout the country since 2003. This is its first appearance in California. The gallery is located at 28914 Roadside Drive, Suite B1 in Agoura Hills, It is open Tuesday through Saturday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, call 818.991.0009.