“Born and raised in Milwaukee with an insatiable appetite for the arts, Lorenzo successfully pursed his collegiate years in Chicago. With his Fine Arts degree in hand, an endless resume in dance, painting and illustration, Lorenzo found artistic answers through his residency in New York and L.A..
After numerous performances in theatre, television and teaching the pageantry arts, Lorenzo penned his first play. Although his play was successfully received and critiqued in L.A. , his painting skills continued to take a front seat, vehemently expressing his life experiences.
Moving back to Chicago and embarking upon his greatest journey yet-illustrating, writing and co-authoring a children’s book with his beautiful wife Cherie, Lorenzo continues to paint, while his hand is expertly guided by the great artists of our time. Albeit with numerous gallery showings through the Midwest, Lorenzo is especially excited to show his work here in Milwaukee. “
Ayzha Fine Arts Gallery & Boutique
Gallery Director & Owner receiving the City of Milwaukee Arts Board coveted Award as “Arts Person of the Year 2022” from Mayor Cavalier Johnson, Milwaukee Wisconsin
Dr. Bees book signing to be announced
Kevin Boatright, who grew up in Milwaukee, creates gritty, straight-ahead paintings with urban echoes. A signature technique of his is the use of acrylic caulk to give his works texture. He is arts coordinator at Ayzha Fine Arts Gallery & Boutique. He studied at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design.
Patricia Obletz, who lives in Milwaukee’s Washington Heights neighborhood, hails from Buffalo, N.Y., by way of Manhattan and Chicago. She studied life drawing and painting at Parsons School of Design and the Art Students League, both in New York City.
Rebecca Moczulewski is a graduate student in religious studies at Cardinal Stritch College. By Rebecca Moczulewski I am currently working on a series of paintings that deal with the issue of race and contemplate African American racial justice in the U.S.
Bedazzle your eyes at AYZHA Fine Arts Gallery & Boutique, a contemporary art gallery on the second floor of the Shops of Grand Avenue in the heart of downtown Milwaukee. Some delighted visitors call our gallery New Orleanish because of its informal, bursting-with-art look. Our art reflects diverse cultures, with an emphasis on the African diaspora. We work with great artists from Milwaukee and around the world. We sell our own Milwaukee postcards with photographs of city landmarks. We also sell jewelry, books, greeting cards, organic hair products and wearable art. We do portraits by appointment. Check out our online store, which is in its infancy, but is growing. If you are interested in art work that's on this site but not in the store, call or e-mail us.
A.R.T. is an acronym for Authentic Random Topics. This docuseries is the brainchild of content creator Jalali Bey. Season 1 challenges the authenticity of random individuals' passion for different genres of art forms. Tune in.
Three of Milwaukee's most iconic religious leaders. Reverend Joseph Ellwanger (Prophet Micah), Willie Brisco (Prophet Gideon), and Marilyn Miller (Prophet Deborah).
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