David Shingler, Jimmy Craig Womble | Adam Cave Fine Art | Arts | Indy Week

David Shingler, Jimmy Craig Womble 

When: Through Dec. 23

You don't have to go to the countryside or the art museum to look at landscapes. After all, you live in one, even if it doesn't exactly match the bucolic associations of the term. This two-person show by oil painters David Shingler and Jimmy Craig Womble reminds us that there is more to landscapes than rolling meadows and hazy mountains. Depending on which way you travel to the gallery, you may well pass through views presented in Shingler's energetic impressions of downtown Raleigh, while Womble's softer, dreamier hues extend the exhibit's purview to include Outer Banks docks and Blue Ridge waterfalls. Expect the show to color your perspective for the rest of the evening—after seeing art that looks like the city, the city should look more like art. Following this opening reception with the artists, the paintings are on view until December 23. —Brian Howe

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