Gary Pycior’s images begin as landscapes – he turns his camera lens towards arrangements of light, rock, flora, and atmosphere, as a way to experience the beauty of the natural world. In this exhibition, Pycior presents a new direction in his work: desert landscapes are fractured into kaleidoscopic concentrations of color and pattern. Natural lines are folded, refracted, and flipped until only a hint of the original remains. The resulting abstractions may still reveal recognizable forms, faces, or creatures. Pycior encourages the viewers to explore their reactions to what they find in these formations.