is also concerned with color, in this case, in its raw form as containers of paint ready to receive the artist’s brush. His
acrylic-on-canvas composition, Containers #605
(2012), is among the paintings the gallery has on show. It takes viewers into the artist’s studio, showing one small part of the process of making a completed work. By pulling back the curtain on art-making in this way, it stands in interesting counterpoint to the other works on view, which reveal little of the studios from which they came—but much about the taste and vision of the mother-daughter team of Baker Sponder Gallery | Sponder Gallery, sure to be celebrating 25 more years of connecting people with art in the decades to come.