An exhibition of works that are abstract but have a hint of floral and avian images. The artist on her work: "I broke away from realism and have developed a taste for abstract color but still like to place a bird or two in them. I am happy with this show. I think many will enjoy my abstract pieces that have multiple imaginary images."
An exhibition of works by photographer Ansel Adams. Exploring ways to capture the natural wonder of the Western Landscape, Adams is famous for his "high-contrast prints on high-gloss paper stock" from the 1970s and 80s.
An exhibition of works by Briana Sutton, an artist based in Mineola, Texas. The artist on her work: "The natural world around me has an instinctive connection to my thoughts. Lines make up a web of interaction between form and space. Repetition of form and pattern in nature create a rhythm that plays over and over in my head. This rhythm becomes like a heartbeat that gives the work life."