Local artist and Weekend Cult musician Gus Cutty returned to Asheville from San Francisco just about a year ago, and quickly went about making his mark. Cutty’s murals can be seen on Lexington Avenue, the River Arts District and at new brewpub Wicked Weed. He’ll also launch a new collection of works in aerosol, Time Brought Age, at Push Skateshop & Gallery this month. “This show features portraits of humans and animals created exclusively with aerosol in a variety of styles. The pieces are an extension of the techniques I have begun to master in my street murals over the past year,” Cutty writes. “Time, history and growth, both within me as an artist and the subjects I have chosen, are the themes I focused on for this show.” Opening reception on Friday, Jan. 11, 7-10 p.m. http://www.pushtoyproject.com. Image: “Youth” by Gus Cutty.
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