Linda Hodges Gallery has focused on nature-based painting for much of its 35-year history. “It’s In Your Nature” calls out four gallery artists who have worked the nature vein for many years. When Gaylen Hansen moved to Whidbey Island a few years ago he began to add forests to his repertoire of over-scaled animals acting in concert with his alter ego, the Kernal. Lucinda Parker continues her expressive regional mountainscapes painted with broad strokes, while Ryan Molenkamp’s colorful fragmented mountains border on abstractions. Tim Cross, new to the gallery, produces all-over ink on paper, and gouache on paper landscapes whose multilayered mark making has an op-art effect. The natural world is embedded in the work of all four of these artists.