This show opened a few weeks back during the Art After Hours festivities, on one of the chilly, rainy evenings we've come to expect this winter. A light turnout proved to be a boon for patrons and friends that braved the cold to see a dynamic collection of work from a handful of gallery favorites. With room to graze and time to gaze, a number of familiar prints and paintings by Patrick DeGuira and Brady Haston found new, different lives alongside the latest work from John Folsom and Tim Hussey, whose ongoing output of drawn and painted portraits and narratives continues to yield rough, messy, process-pressured diamonds. John Folsom's multimedia prints combine photographs of tornadoes with geometric elements, capturing a kind of calm before the storm. Catch this one before it closes.