The Conduit Gallery, 1626 Hi Line Drive, is maxing out its gallery space with emotive and thought-provoking exhibitions from three artists through July 1. It begins with a reception for the artists 6-8 p.m. Saturday. In the front room, small-scale doesn’t mean low-impact. The works of the Denton artist in Robert Jessup: Paintings 2016-2017 may be small, but each piece showcases a fundamental harmony in form and paint. Meanwhile, Susan Barnett: Current and Alternate Realities approaches current events, “political chaos” and childhood memories with abstract geometric paintings. Conduit also presents the first solo exhibition of Soomin Jung. Using colored pencils and graphite, Jung takes on imaginative representations of iconic locations ranging from the Matterhorn to the Lake of Heaven on the border between North Korea and China. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays. Visit conduitgallery.com.
In the search for meaning in form, making sense of this political climate and representing unique perspectives of special locations,