RedSky Gallery celebrates its nine-year anniversary with a collaborative group exhibit of works by artists from San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, an artsy town near Mexico City. The exhibit includes glass by Ana Thiel, sculptures by Edward Swift, and mixed media works by both Marisa Boulosa and Hope Swann. Thiel's work, "Un Camino" (translation: "One Way"), uses cast glass as a shiny focal point across found scraps of scorched wood, wire, and gold leaf. Together, the materials evoke a sense of duality between past and present, old and new, the beautiful and the grotesque. Swift uses paper-mache and wood for a slender (and creepy) set of figures with empty open stomachs, titled "Hungry People Singing for Their Supper."