Arley-Rose Torsone offers a selection of hand-painted individual letters, each on its own wood panel, much like the letters (and perhaps the very same) that she exhibited at Craftland in February. They're painted in various jaunty, catchy type styles — script, curly, blocky. You start piecing together words from the group as in a word search puzzle — lay, it, be, beauty.

TRIPPY Spalter’s Dream.

Anne Morgan Spalter's trippy kaleidoscoping animations use computer effects to slowly morph her hand-done drawings of a road or a cloud into flowers and stars. Scott Lapham's photo shows a line of laundry flapping in a breeze on a bright sunny day. The clothes snap into focus against the softly burred white houses in the background. The focus shifts help create a feeling of dreamy reverie, a bit like thinking of summer in gray February.

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