USCB Center for the Arts debuts show by two artists

By Lanier Laney

Last Friday, a new show opened in the  Main Gallery of the USCB Center for the Arts, 801 Carteret St., with work by Amiri Farris and Frank Cerulli.

Amiri, who is a professor at USCB where he teaches studio art, displays paintings that are full of exuberant color and intimate personal experiences.

Also on view are works by renowned illustrator, fine artist and teacher Frank Cerulli. Many of Frank’s illustrations are satires of celebrities. The exhibit runs through the end of the month.

Artist Amiri Farris with self portrait
Artist Amiri Farris with self portrait


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