Art Exhibit by NICK FURY at Sulzer Regional Library

Sulzer Regional Library hosts When Graffiti Was Not Street Art, an African American History Month art exhibit by Chicago-based artist NICK FURY.

His exhibit, which combines drawings, paintings, printings and mixed media to create urban contemporary and street art, is on display January 15 to February 28.

Of his exhibit, FURY says, "the art will reflect original materials and terms used during the golden years (early 1980s) of Chicago's graffiti movement."

Artist Biography

Born in Hyde Park, NICK FURY's work is predominately based on experiences on the Chicago Transit Authority. Fury works in drawing, painting, printing and mixed media. He studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He received a degree from the American Academy of Art and a bachelor of fine arts from Columbia College Chicago. He has exhibited nationally and was in the prestigious Paint Paste Sticker show at the Chicago Cultural Center in 2013.