Providence Art Club usually has three exhibits going at any given time, the most interesting of which is nearly always stuck in a little room on the second floor. This time it’s photographer Al Weems, here represented by fourteen photographs of peeling wallpaper, chipping paint and little shafts of light. Cracks in walls splinter like branches in the snow, while a ghostly woman’s face emerges from some wooden boards and a closeup of particle board resembles a frantic drawing.
While you’re visiting, stop next door for Patricia Allen’s off-kilter paintings of humans and birds mostly ignoring one another. (Through February 14)