GRAFFITI AND STREET ART: EXPRESSIONS OF COMMUNITY PRIDE
The centerpiece of this exhibit was the larger than life graffiti piece "Societal Distancing," which was originally created on the abandoned Big Cypress Bingo Hall on the Big Cypress Reservation. Alyssa removed the wall where her artwork was before the Bingo Hall was demolished in late 2020. She then proposed an exhibit to utilize the piece as a way to commemorate the community's use of the Bingo Hall as a canvas for expression. The piece will be on exhibit at the Seminole Okalee Indian Village Hollywood, FL in the near future.
The John and Mabel Ringling Museum of Art, Mar 18 - Sep 4, 2023
This exhibition features a series of oil on board portraits of Alyssa's Seminole grandmothers entitled Póshe Wâache. The series has been in the making for several years and will finally be shown at the John and Mabel Ringling Museum of Art in 2023 alongside other contemporary Seminole artwork.
Nov 20, 2022 - Feb 5, 2023
On display at this show is one of Alyssa's limited risograph photo prints of the August 2022 full moon. This show is entirely volunteer and this is in the third installment of pieces which will show until the end date of the exhibition.