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Diane Burko
Diane Burko:
Investigations Of The Environment
(Railyard) | September 26 – November 2
With an acute sensibility toward color and shape, exemplified in her photographs by an appreciation for the abstract aspects of nature, Diane Burko captures the brilliance of some of the world's most dramatic geology and extraordinary domains while conveying her affection for the environment and appreciation of its fragility.

Dirk de Bruycker
Dirk de Bruycker:
(Railyard) | September 26 – November 2
For more than 35 years, Dirk de Bruycker has been creating beautifully engaging canvases from painterly florescences of vibrant color floating on intimations of patterned form drawn in asphaltum. This unique approach to composition has helped make de Bruycker's work widely regarded for its sense of mystery and intrigue that comes from blending penumbras of dense hue, drawn pattern, and luminous translucent wash stained onto canvas.

Jesse Blanchard
Jesse Blanchard:
Amalgams of Color
(Railyard) | August 29 – September 21
Abstracted forms and geometric grids coalesce in Jesse Blanchard's beguiling mixed media pieces. Amalgams of Color, the latest exhibition of Blanchard's work, is filled with satisfying combinations of mellow pastels and more vibrant hues amassed in a mix of softly abstracted forms, straight-edged geometric shapes, and whispers of landscape or place.

Pedro Surroca, Hiroshi Yamano
Hiroshi Yamano & Pedro Surroca:
(Railyard) | August 8 – September 21
The simple elegance of one of nature's most graceful forms, the branch of a tree, is celebrated in, Branches, the joint exhibition of glass sculpture by renowned Japanese artist Hiroshi Yamano, and oil on canvas paintings by Pedro Surroca. Yamano blends multiple glass art techniques such as blowing, cutting, silver and copper plating, engraving and etching into zen-like sculptural still lifes comprised of branch, bird, flower and fish forms. Surroca uses sumptuous light, color and shadow combinations to render the unadorned branch as an iconic image of the peace and grace resident within nature in a group of striking, nearly minimalist, paintings.

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