Four long monochrome photographs by Andrew Buck were exhibited in a gallery at Real Art Ways.
They showed a quarry. I thought they were mundane, even though they were huge.
The three people in the center studied the main photograph for quite a while.
If they could find something interesting, they must be smarter than I am.
A second gallery exhibited Sideways into the Shadows, a series of portraits sketched by John Kelly.
These portraits are Kelly's way of remembering and honoring friends and creative
influences affected by the AIDS epidemic.