Curated by Didi Dunphy, “Wild Wooly Wonderful Athens” is a group exhibition spotlighting fantastical and eccentric works by seven local artists. The meticulously detailed, black-and-white dystopian cityscapes of James Greer complement the dark, graphite scenes inhabited by mythological creatures in Ali Norman’s “Dreamgates.” Kaleena Stasiak and Jared Brown both incorporate textiles into their work reflecting influences of feminism and folk, while paintings by Dan Smith explore the many identities artists carry. Photography by Michael Lachowski and a painting by Timi Conley capture a bright blue sky and deep blue sea. WWWA will remain on view through Sunday, June 26.
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