From warm and inviting to strange and idiosyncratic, “House Beautiful” exhibits artwork that pulls viewers into domestic spaces. Sarah Hobbs’ photographs offer windows into obsessively arranged interiors, while Jess Machacek’s objects use building materials for critiques on suburban lifestyles. April Childers creates paintings inspired by the artwork on pizza boxes, rendering unpopulated plazas from Little Italy in black, white, red and pink. The show also includes boldly lined still-lifes of household items by Holly Coulis, architectural renderings and models by Justin Barker and fantasy rooms with ornate details by Paige Adair. “House Beautiful” will remain on view through Apr. 28.
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