The current exhibit at Bristol Art Museum is loosely tied together by the idea of perspectives, a theme which figures literally into some work and hardly at all into others. I liked Marjorie Hellman’s small paintings, geometric abstractions which could be equally inspired by Navajo weaving and vaporware glitch aesthetics. Speaking of geometric, there’s also a nice tall Tayo Heuser drawing with a lot of circular rings. (This same description could be applied to most of her drawing work, actually.) There’s also a trippy two panel Nancy Hayes painting in an odd brick room off the main gallery.
image: Mark Wholey