Our August exhibition:

What Stands Behind
New work by Aaron Collier

With their seismic horror and profound disruption, disasters test and shape our convictions about the world.  Out of these convictions, artists shape the work of their hands even if the work does not turn to name the disaster aloud. Aaron's paintings in this exhibition, which overlaps with the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s passage through New Orleans and the Gulf South, aim to picture the interplay of order and disarray that accompany not only major upheavals but also those more modest in scale or frequent in cycle.

There will be an artist walkthrough at 2:00 on August 30.

The exhibition continues Saturdays and Sundays, 12-5, through September 6.