Jane Fox Hipple and Bonnie Maygarden each riff on the well-curated similarities among the exhibition’s works. Hipple’s mixed-media constructions aesthetically anchor the show’s other works with candid presentations of raw materials. The rawness and matter-of-fact messiness of Hipple’s work tracks well alongside Maygarden’s trompe l’oeil method, which in high fidelity mimics the look of a photograph or a still from a digital image manipulation. Maygarden’s images are derived by spraying folded canvas from different angles. Paint behaves like light, bathing exposed areas with pigment. Shrewd bravado balances with Hipple’s brute fact.