Sometimes, for an artist, color is primary. For Greg Chann, it's about how colored inks create the boundaries of his geometry - for Maeve D'arcy, it's about how rich color creates the boundaries of her magical landscapes. In the paintings of Greg Goldberg, it's about how color interacts with light over long periods of time and for Elizabeth Hazan, ambiguous technicolored shapes seem to organically grow out of the canvas. With the constructions of Lisa Hoke, found color printed on commercial objects is repurposed to make surprising environments. With Jill Moser's collages, heightened colors of eccentric shapes mingle and connect in a deliberate, exquisite dance. The structures formed by brightly colored lines in Peter Stephens' paintings express intuited natural formulae and lastly, for Zuriel Waters the clear colors he applies to bulbous canvas shapes, when sewn-together, bring to life "flatlander" aliens that dance to their own beat.