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A Directory of Artists of Color in Wisconsin
Morning in the Valley Frederick D. Ogden
Wells’ provocative photography turns images from the realistic into the abstract. His works are somber, arresting, beautiful. He shows a fondness for black and white photography, but has a great command of color, too. He will have a wide sampling of his art work on display.
Ayzha Fine Arts will host Gallery Night from 5 to 9 p.m. Oct. 18 and Gallery Day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct 19. Wells will talk about his art at 7 p.m. Oct. 18. Art patrons hop from gallery to gallery in Miwaukee on Gallery Night & Day.
Ayzha Fine Arts will also feature 15 paintings by young Latinos in "History of Latinos in Waukesha” art project directed by Milwaukee muralist Reynaldo Hernandez, who will also unveil his own new works.
Also on display will be the 2014 version of the Calendar of Numbers by Milwaukee photographer Al Brown, who scours America for intriguing typefaces of numbers, such as on a fire truck, a street sign or a picket sign, and uses those numbers as dates on his calendar.
Finally, Milwaukee artist Ras Ammar Nsoroma will be on hand to sketch portraits on both Oct. 18 and 19.