There are two fine exhibits now on view through Sept. 29 at the Arts Center of the Capital Region. Overgrown is a three-artist show “based on the deterioration and neglect of the landscape and other objects found in nature.” Geoffrey Detrani creates his images (pictured) using a multilayered drawing process with translucent paper; Alexis Grabowski’s drawings “explore the transitory and emotional aspects” of New York’s rural and urban landscapes; and Claire Sherwood makes sculpture echoing New York’s geological formations.
The second show, (un)Settled, is “a four-person exhibition that explores the idea of how one defines the human experience.” The artists in this show are Tasha Depp, Kelly Jones, Aldo Lira and Matthew Shropshire.
Overgrown and (un)Settled are now on view through Sept. 29 at the Arts Center of the Capital Region (265 River St., Troy). There will be a closing reception during September’s Troy Night Out, Sept. 27, from 5 to 9 PM. For more info, call 273-0552.