Lynne Golob Gelfman presents new paintings from 'thru', a series of paintings that she began in the 1960s in New York City. Her move to Miami in the 1970s brought new influences to her process. While continuing to work with the grid, she noticed that the bleached out color on the reverse side of the canvas offered a new way to express the Miami landscape, architecture, and light. The once rigid grid of the 1960s became vulnerable to the sometime randomness of paint seeping through from the other side. The abstract paintings in this exhibition explore this play between structure and chance.