Graffiti-covered industrial equipment litters an empty, concrete lot in "The Stomping Grounds," a new painting by Nicholas Gulan.
Behind the debris, a lush green forest sits peacefully, with a few bushes creeping into the lot's junk-strewn landscape.
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“Urban Perspective,” which debuts at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Sandusky Cultural Center behind Sandusky High School, features works by recent graduates of the Cleveland Institute of Art, including two graffiti artists. The gallery is open 1-4 p.m. Sunday-Friday. "Urban Perspective" lasts through Oct. 18.