Works by artists from Columbus and other Ohio cites converge in a show that takes portraiture in entirely new directions. Among the highlights of "Here's Looking at You: Portraits in Ohio" are the bleak, futureless toddler in "Untitled" by Chun Arthur Wang and the worn, wrinkled matron in "Mother Harriet" by Baila Litton.

Works by artists from Columbus and other Ohio cites converge in a show that takes portraiture in entirely new directions. Among the highlights of "Here's Looking at You: Portraits in Ohio" are the bleak, futureless toddler in "Untitled" by Chun Arthur Wang and the worn, wrinkled matron in "Mother Harriet" by Baila Litton.

"The Ohio artists whose work is represented here use a dizzying array of approaches and materials," curator Kay Koeninger wrote in a statement. "All offer us a unique insight not only into others but also ourselves."

To learn more about the works, join Koeninger's gallery tour at 12 p.m. Friday, Jan. 28.