Local artist Joss Parker's work appeals to those who are young at heart. Parker, inspired by Andy Warhol and the 1980s pop culture of his childhood, uses aerosol paint to cover his colorful canvases with the likes of Kool-Aid Man, Scooby Doo, and toys like My Little Pony and He-Man.

Local artist Joss Parker's work appeals to those who are young at heart. Parker, inspired by Andy Warhol and the 1980s pop culture of his childhood, uses aerosol paint to cover his colorful canvases with the likes of Kool-Aid Man, Scooby Doo, and toys like My Little Pony and He-Man.

Though Parker is best known around the city as a pop artist - and once you see his Warhol-esque, vibrant celebrity portraits you'll understand why - he also dabbles in photography, and some of the snapshots from his travels will be on display in his solo exhibition at Gallery 831.

Stop by the gallery between 6-9 p.m. Saturday to hear Parker talk about his work and to catch a performance by local musician Chris Bingman.