Our Summer Show highlights the work of four Southern artists who's work emphasize line to convey form and space. New Orleans-based artist Aimée Farnet Siegel uses torn artist-painted paper to construct abstract assemblages that focus on the space between objects. Charleston-based artist Kate Hooray Osmond creates large-scale aerial landscape paintings that depict the relationship of man-made industrial landscapes with the natural world through vibrant colors and gold leaf overlay. Savannah-based artist Trish Andersen explores personal origin and intertwining boundaries and boarders through tufting. A native Atlantan, Los Angeles-based artist Mark Boomershine evokes Pop Art qualities with his multi-dimensional floral paintings.