DECEMBER GALLERY SHOW

DECEMBER GALLERY SHOW

December Gallery Show: SPRAYFINGER Student Exhibition

Gallery Run:  December 6th through 29th

Public Reception:  Tuesday, December 14th from 6pm to 8pm

Longtime friend of Homewood Studios, artist, (and former High school student of George Roberts), Peyton Russell, a moving force in the Twin Cities Graffiti Writer scene as well as visionary founder of SPRAYFINGER, offers this gallery exhibition of student work.  

The show highlights the work of several students who have participated in various classes or workshops. The exhibition includes work created during SPRAYFINGER classes and work created by students in their own space.

SPRAYFINGER is Graffiti Education and the Art of Creative Lettering and uses the aesthetics of graffiti to teach art and foster the understanding of an often-misunderstood art form. In addition to providing workshops for all ages in a variety of settings, SPRAYFINGER also has a strong presence in the community and is committed to mentoring emerging/early-career artists whose primary medium is graffiti/street art.

December Gallery Show: SPRAYFINGER Student Exhibition

Gallery Run:  December 6th through 29th

Public Reception:  Tuesday, December 14th from 6pm to 8pm

Longtime friend of Homewood Studios, artist, (and former High school student of George Roberts), Peyton Russell, a moving force in the Twin Cities Graffiti Writer scene as well as visionary founder of SPRAYFINGER, offers this gallery exhibition of student work.  

The show highlights the work of several students who have participated in various classes or workshops. The exhibition includes work created during SPRAYFINGER classes and work created by students in their own space.

SPRAYFINGER is Graffiti Education and the Art of Creative Lettering and uses the aesthetics of graffiti to teach art and foster the understanding of an often-misunderstood art form. In addition to providing workshops for all ages in a variety of settings, SPRAYFINGER also has a strong presence in the community and is committed to mentoring emerging/early-career artists whose primary medium is graffiti/street art.

SPRAYFINGER┬« builds partnerships with artists, teachers, business owners, arts organizations, community leaders, parents and students (youth to seniors) to address and discuss culture, community, expression, and process of graffiti writing as an artistic value. The program provides curricula, outlines, and techniques that merges language used by arts teachers and street art to deliver high-quality authentic Graffiti Arts instruction.