Both Charles Pfahl and Ian Ingram are known for works filled with psychological intensity. Pfahl concentrated on painting, and is represented in this exhibition by a selection of moody, enigmatic compositions featuring half-broken dolls and human and humanoid figures. Ian Ingram, the only living artist among this grouping, makes precisely executed drawings and paintings. The show includes three of his large-scale charcoal and mixed-media drawings, which offer a kind of prelude to his upcoming solo exhibition at the gallery this winter. Among these drawings is an enigmatic self-portrait, titled Self-portrait as Father (2009). It shows the artist standing nude against a blank background, visible from the waist up, and with a serious expression on his face. We are left to wonder whether this is a portrait of the artist in the attitude of his father, or a self-portrait, meant as a meditation on his own fatherhood.