Throughout July, Urban Arts Gallery will split its space in half to present the work of two very distinctive artists. One half will feature the work of local artist Grant Fuhst, who produces highly textured, surreal, dark, and evocative expressionist pieces. The other half will showcase the digital art of Nick Pedersen, whose digital paintings explore the harrowing impacts of climate change on society and the planet. These two highly accomplished artists are sure to create an impactful and unforgettable exhibit.The show will hang from July 3rd to July 29th, with a gallery stroll reception on July 20th from 6-9pm. Admission is free and open to the public.