The James Castle House's first artist in residence is ready to say his goodbyes in high style with the opening of a new one-day exhibition, Standing Still. During his three months at the JCH—the historic home of idiosyncratic, nationally renowned artist James Castle—Hinton worked on a series of 20 oil paintings depicting his surroundings. His work at once transposes and re-creates the walls, cabinets and floors that Castle once captured in his own art, and is an effort to bridge the gap of the last 40 years. The public can walk that metaphorical bridge Friday, Aug. 10, while enjoying Castle's favorite food: ice cream. If you miss the party, stop by the closing event Saturday, Aug. 11, from 3-6 p.m. for a final adieu.