Two artists are featured in these solo exhibitions.
Femi J. Johnson envisions his world through "collaged experiences." In his show Urban Pathways: Safe or Sacred Spaces he creates abstract story-scapes with a focus on dwelling in the city of Easton.
Jared Balogh, a self-taught artist, draws from many disciplines including painting, sculpture, music video production, photography, sound art, and soundtracks for both the performing and digital arts. His improvised and free-lowing creative process invokes unexpected perspectives in the show Traffic.