Both found the path to abstraction in unique ways. For Deits it came from her work as an aerial photographer, where the divisions of land below formed interesting patterns. Hnatysh practices biophilia, or an attraction to natural forms. If youre still lost, think of them like gallery versions of video game texture artists you know, the folks whose work with patterns and textures turns raw polygons in games like Grand Theft Auto IV into vivid depictions of our real world. The center is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Admission costs $3. Call 561-276-9797 or visit www.fotofusion.org.
Mon., June 2, 2008