Usually known for her figurative painting, Maria Kreyn's May You Live In Interesting Times will be an exhibition comprised of drawings on mylar. In these dynamic compositions, Maria uses graphite and charcoal to depict scenes of humanity that convey both emotional depth and intimacy. Her expressive use of light and shadow describe of the passage of time and repeatedly touch on the commonalities of the great themes the human condition. Ronit's solo exhibit spotlights her new series which blurs the border between living and still by depicting human mouths and fingers emerging from common tableware. Titled Embraced, the sculptures examine ideas surrounding internal personas and how those personas interact with their environment.