Jason Karolak, “Fictionless”
Jason Karolak uses oil on linen to create luminous compositions of neon-like color that jumps off from black backgrounds. The point of view shifts constantly in these imperfect geometries.
Jacques Garnier has a passion for architecture, art history and poetry that shapes a series of striking black and white photographs.
Tom Uttech, “Origin”
The recently renamed and reopened Figge Museum features a single painting by spiritual landscapist Tom Uttech It is a fortuitous pairing.
Holly Wong's "Phoenix" is composed of drawings on pieces of mylar stitched together to form "the thing with feathers."
Working in a multiplicity of media, Dylan McLaughin examines the resonant effect of industry and colonialism.
David S. Rubin revisits the contributions of Martha Alf through a small but carefully curated cross section of works.
Laura Hapka engages modernist geometric reductivism through beeswax and humor that bathes her paintings in emotional warmth.
Narrative works bye Neal Ambrose-Smith rearrange iconic symbols and tell a story without a clear beginning or end.