Kalie Boyne's finely-tuned pencil, ink, and mixed media drawings are full of the subtle details she observes in her subjects. Justin Case's works similarly showcase the best features of his subject: the City of Providence.
Michael Gabrielle’s macrame tapestries are optical illusions. Three-dimensional sculptures, they often feel like they exist in two-dimensions when they lay flat or mark a threshold. King’s illustrations on paper, each lovingly extracted from an esoteric primary source, similarly conflate perceptions of depth; they are flattened by analog and digital tools, but are enlivened when brought into conversation with an audience.
The 20 paintings featured in Yvonne King's exhibition "Connemara" spotlight the Connemara landscape in Western Ireland where King hails from.