In this colorful exhibit, Orna Feinstein continues her fascination and exploration of trees and their interior geometry using a variety of mediums and processes – her signature dynamic layering of monoprints and cut paper, yes, but also paint, concrete, and plaster.
Behold this new series of large paintings by Dawn Okoro, exploring the black punk spirit. You already knew black is beautiful; with this exhibition, black may be even more beautiful – and punk AF. And here's what our reviewer thinks of the show.
The energy of folk music and strains of fiddle set the tone for an acrobatic comedy, exploding in a mad flurry as Cirque Éloize performers bring characters from the early American West to life in the titular saloon. It's no wonder that this terpsichorean troupe is internationally acclaimed.
March 29-30. Thu., 7:30pm; Fri., 2:30pm. $29 and up.
That excellent gallery on 12th Street features a new show of works by Faustinus Deraet, Ginger Geyer, and Barbara Pence, an arrangement of photographs, paintings, and sculpture that explores the often overlooked language of the ordinary – with extraordinary results.