Stalagmites? Petals? Epithelial cells? Whatever these forms may seem to be, they’ve got something to do with a Dragon’s Mouth. Showing throughout September.

Adam Sorensen’s drawings and oil paintings simultaneously reference natural terrain, and psychedelic planes. Hence, his recent works, opening today at 925 NW Flanders Street, feel both familiar and alien. In other words, trippy topography in technicolor hues.

Culturephile can only feature a few First Thursday picks, but for a more comprehensive list of upcoming events, visit the Arts & Entertainment Calendar!

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