Faces. You're going to see a lot of them in the November exhibition at Wild Goose Creative, courtesy a portrait show of works by Kent Grosswiler, Alli MacGregor and Rob Jones.

Faces. You're going to see a lot of them in the November exhibition at Wild Goose Creative, courtesy a portrait show of works by Kent Grosswiler, Alli MacGregor and Rob Jones.

Varying styles and influences mark "Heady Mugz," with Grosswiler and MacGregor's work highly influenced by popular culture and Jones' contributions drawn from a recent series inspired by images from World War I.

"I found a photo of my great-great-uncle, who was a doughboy in World War I," Jones said. "It got me thinking about that time period, in terms of these being actual people and not just [people] trapped further and further in history."

Jones mixed his ink with coffee for sepia-tinged black-and-white drawings. He also treated the edges, burning, bending and crimping "to enhance the authentic look," he said.

MacGregor's work is influenced by her tattoo art (lettering and filigree, in particular), as well as a "fascination with human faces," she said. She credits her subject matter to TV being "my third parent."

Grosswiler credits his inclination toward famous and semi-famous portraits to "insatiable fandom." His woodcut pieces will include a 23-portrait homage to A Tribe Called Quest, which will be seen in its full configuration at this exhibition only.