We love it when urban is used to describe art. Our decoder ring says its a soft and very PC way of saying the works include racial themes. Such is the case for local painter Alyisse Tramel (a.k.a. Isse Fresh), who references African-American icons like Martin Luther King Jr., Richard Pryor, and Busta Rhymes. Working with his signature stencil, graffiti-like quality, and bright, flat colors, Tramels solo show Butterscotch Swag moves beyond portraits of the famous to depict humble, anonymous figures. Urban or not, the pieces are bold and memorable. Viewing is by appointment only for the remainder of the exhibition.
June 5-July 31, 2009
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