In Tony Fitzpatrick’s new exhibition at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (400a Julia St.), “Nickel History: In the Service of Ghosts” his fighter spirit is alive. In his latest exhibit, colors, sketching, and lines become blurred into an awesome spectacle of pictures. His work is detailed and precise. Taking historical figures, situations, people, and various odds and ends of life he places them in detailed sketches of intricate portrays of bravery, malice, and life altering events. Tony, an ex boxer, is a gifted artist who is rich in life experiences, these experiences give way to most of his artwork. On his blog you will find an explanation for almost every piece of his art. There is meaning behind every stroke of the pen for this artist and that is something special Tony portrays in this outlet of human expression. He is talented in both large and small scale drawings. A poet, actor, artist, playwright and radio talk show host Fitzpatrick’s artist endeavors are nothing short of impressive. His current exhibit Nickel History:In the Service of Ghosts its art mixed with some rock and roll. The colors pop and the stark drawings beg for your attention. Don’t miss this exhibit. A little Tony is sure to spice up your art life.