New works by artists Aida Gamez and Daniel McClain explore the meaning of images and space through materials often associated with other uses. ​ Gamez combines three-dimensional forms and textures, extrapolated from simple everyday objects, to create spatial relationships with the viewer.

Set against disassembled books, the striking luminous quality of McClain's distinctive watercolor and colored pencil imagery invites emotional and sensory responses. Together, the work offers a contemplative space to pause and be present.