Although it might seem counterintuitive, art and science have a lot in common. Both seek to illuminate dark places, whether in our universe or in our souls, so that we might know our world, our selves and our relationships to one another with greater clarity, empathy and awareness. Figure 1: Scientists and Artists Picture the Intangible is a new exhibition of work that brings these two communities together in mutual exploration. It features work by Kelly Bonadies, Ryan Hogan, Jaime Raybin, Terry Thacker, James Perrin, Rhendi Greenwell, Laura Stevens, Anita Mahadevan-Jansen, Emily Reinke and Piotr Kaszynski. This reception is also a celebration of gallery F.’s third birthday. The celebration will include music by avant-garde jazz trio Triceratops and tours of the working spaces of gallery F.’s studio artists.