Anyone walking by the gallery during the past four days could not miss Evan Reed installing until every shape has found its city. With seven large wooden structures and twelve ink on velum drawings this is a big exhibition that fills the space beautifully. GRACE’s hexagonal floor plan works so well with Evan’s large forms radiating around the room. The hexagon is even repeated in October Hive, a suspended sculpture. Another work, A Corner for Gaston and Gonzalo, is built up against the front window and contains a camera obscura – a tricky project with complicated optics. Evan based this site-specific installation on Reston’s historic architecture – come in and find out more when we open the show on Thursday, September 29. The reception will be on Saturday, October 15 from 5 to 7pm.