After the rain– Works by Erika Hickle, Katharina Höeglinger, Aiden Holmans, Garrett Lockhart, Joe W. Speier, and Connie Wilson

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Connie Wilson. Biscuit Watch 2, 2018 watchface, Jamaican water cracker, embroidery floss, dimensions variable.

Connie Wilson. Biscuit Watch 2, 2018 watchface, Jamaican water cracker, embroidery floss, dimensions variable.

Garrett Lockhart. Untitled, 2018 laserprint on cotton, jute, wood clips, 4″ x 3″.

Garrett Lockhart. Untitled, 2018 laserprint on cotton, jute, wood clips, 4″ x 3″.

Habitat view.

Habitat view.

Habitat view.

Habitat view.

Erika Hickle. Untitled, 2018 photo transfer on canvas, aluminum, seashell, 2″ x 4″.

Erika Hickle. Untitled, 2018 photo transfer on canvas, aluminum, seashell, 2″ x 4″.

Aiden Holmans. Untitled, 2018 woodcarving, 2½“ x 4″.

Aiden Holmans. Untitled, 2018 woodcarving, 2½“ x 4″.

Habitat view.

Joe W. Speier. Is sugar the opposite of salt?, 2018 mixed media, dimensions variable.

Joe W. Speier. Yea, I think so (detail), 2018 mixed media, dimensions variable.

Joe W. Speier. Is sugar the opposite of salt? (detail), 2018 mixed media, dimensions variable.

Habitat view.

Katharina Höeglinger. Siblings, 2018 acrylic on nutshell, dimensions variable.

Habitat view.

After it rains, 100 snails emerge from hibernation in a particular bush on a vacant lot near a set of train tracks. They embrace the damp, finding sanctuary amongst the wet leaves. In After the rain, small works by Erika Hickle, Katharina Höeglinger, Aiden Holmans, Garrett Lockhart, Joe W. Speier, and Connie Wilson are carefully placed around this habitat—a show for snails.

Organized by Garrett Lockhart

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