Lasswell’s ceramic torsos and Mueller’s semi-abstract paintings and mixed media sculptures serve as a dual meditation on spirituality, sensuality and the feminine. Mueller’s vibrant colors feels like they’re drawn from natural pigments, and her surfaces impacted by elemental forces: water, air, heat and gravity. Lasswell’s sculptures reveal a dancer’s awareness of her body in all of its earthy physicality.
"Woman," a study on the feminine through Simone Lasswell's ceramic torsos and Janet Mueller's paintings. Victoria Mata's paintings dealing loosely in the language of landscape, entitled “Where You Are." Woodcut relief sculptures of 1960s Simonton Street by Wayne Garcia. Recent video work by Esy Casey, former Artist in Residence, of her time spent in Key West.