The three-person exhibit, featuring Columbus-based artists Andrew Ina, Luke Ahern and Michael Ambron, focuses on how lines can alter perceptions and representation.
The three painters find commonalities among their work for this exhibit, but also uniqueness in their approaches.
Ina (whose “Contaminated” is pictured) uses spontaneously designed layers and marks to create these paintings.
Ahern explores “the inherent tension between surface, image and object.”
Ambron examines both the tangible and the abstract in both theoretical and observable space.