While Dave McKean exhibits in Gomez Gallery's photo space, the rest of the exhibit area is given over to figurative paintings by Kent Williams and black-and-white photographs by Baltimore photographer Connie Imboden.
Though as distinctive as their respective media, these two artists both know how to disorient a viewer.
Williams combines pure, painterly passages and photo-based painted images and produces mysterious paintings.
In "Early Spring," two women in long black dresses are the center of attention. Fish heads stick up from the ground at the women's feet, and a school of fish swims through the air over the women's heads. It's a fecund image.