Zeitgeist has re-imagined itself in the last year, eschewing a traditional gallery schedule of rotating shows for longer, deeper explorations that allow audiences to experience various creators and their works in an exchange that goes beyond opening-night gawking or the slippery slope of creativity as commodity. Following on the heels of their outstanding Dialogues series, the Gallery is currently displaying an ongoing three-artist show that is periodically refreshed by new work, putting the spotlight on a particular artist. Currently, Jeeyun Lee's Microcosm/Oceanography takes center stage. Lee combines painting, etching and printmaking to create delicate floral scrolls that play counterpoint to her smaller works on paper. If you've missed earlier versions of the exhibit, you're not too late to see selections from Christie Nuell's Explorations and Megan Lightell's A Sense of Place.
Tuesdays-Saturdays. Starts: Oct. 11. Continues through Jan. 1, 2008