Three small shows near the harbor are worth a look

THE BALTIMORE SUN

There's a trio of small but intriguing shows you might want to pop in on in the next few weeks.

At School 33 Art Center, installation artist Denise Tassin is showing her quirky, intuitive drawings, and Nino Leselidze, an emigre from the Republic of Georgia, is exhibiting mysterious narrative ink drawings inspired by Japanese Suminagashi (ink on water) and Tasseography (tea ground patterns).

In the installation space, the artist known as Western Cell Division looks at the idea of historical coincidences through a multimedia installation titled 69. All three exhibitions are up through Feb. 10.

School 33 is at 1427 Light St. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. Call 410-396-4642 or visit www.school33.org.

Korean artist Tai Hwa Goh's lovely layered wax paper prints share space at Montage Gallery with David French's abstract oil-on-linen paintings and Irish artist Bart O'Reilly's mixed-media paintings on paper. Titled New Horizons, the group show runs through Jan. 31.

The gallery is at 925 S. Charles St. Hours are 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Call 410-752-1125.

Dan Herman's drawings, assemblage, sculpture and works in glass are at Resurgam Gallery through Jan. 31. Herman's figurative drawings with a caulking gun, in particular - both on paper and on glass - suggest a highly original talent that's not afraid to experiment. The show runs through Jan. 31.

Resurgam is at 910 S. Charles St. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday-Saturday. Call 410-962-0513.

For more arts events, see Page 32.

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