On the second Friday of every month, the galleries and businesses of East Franklinton host an art crawl called Franklinton Fridays. This month, one highlight of the neighborhood event will be "Head Games: Woeful Noise," an exhibition featuring the works of local self-taught visual and digital artist M.T. Bush, at the Urban Scrawl Gallery, which features the studio work of artists who have participated in past Urban Scrawl mural events.

On the second Friday of every month, the galleries and businesses of East Franklinton host an art crawl called Franklinton Fridays. This month, one highlight of the neighborhood event will be "Head Games: Woeful Noise," an exhibition featuring the works of local self-taught visual and digital artist M.T. Bush, at the Urban Scrawl Gallery, which features the studio work of artists who have participated in past Urban Scrawl mural events.

Inspired by the Rorschach inkblot test, "Head Games: Woeful Noise" showcases Bush's recent mixed-media abstractions. "I experiment with different paint mediums on canvas to push my creative process," Bush writes in his online artist's statement. "Rather than using brushes in my work, I use unconventional items to move and manipulate the paint." He also uses water to bring "the fluid motions in my abstractions to life," and draws inspiration from movement, color and variations of the blues and greens he finds in nature.