"Raw Talent (Over Two Dozen Things to Do with a Naked Man)" is the cheekily titled new exhibit at the Vitruvian Gallery, the gallery devoted to male figurative art, which even offers sketching classes for the general public. In fact, students from the Vitruvian Drawing Group -- including former Metro Weekly art director Tony Frye -- are the artists behind the more than two dozen pieces of affordable works in this exhibit, featuring or inspired by the gallery’s male models. Opening reception is Friday, Aug. 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Vitruvian Fine Arts Gallery, 734 7th St. SE, 2nd Floor. Suggested donation of $5. Visit vitruviangallery.com.
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