We all love America, and few things bring out our patriotic side more than the Fourth of July. Suddenly there are little flags on car antennas, and burly men wear "God Bless America" T-shirts with bald eagles flying across their chests. Break out your patriotism and embrace the eagles at ARTillery's "America: F*#k Yeah!" exhibition and party at Junctionview Studios.

We all love America, and few things bring out our patriotic side more than the Fourth of July. Suddenly there are little flags on car antennas, and burly men wear "God Bless America" T-shirts with bald eagles flying across their chests. Break out your patriotism and embrace the eagles at ARTillery's "America: F*#k Yeah!" exhibition and party at Junctionview Studios.

The event named after the "Team America" song celebrates all things American, and the art - by Adam Brouillette, Mike Bush, Kate Dowell, Jesse Mills, Christopher Tennant, Jay Moffett and more local artists - features national symbols such as the eagle and the flag.

While the pieces on display aren't mocking the holiday, some of them play around with the theme, and their over-the-top, borderline ridiculousness will only make the party more fun.