Introspection and imagination flit across Duy Huynh's paintings, creating striking images that relate the complexity of inner-worlds and spiritual transformations. Lark & Key's exhibit Recollections showcases Huynh's textured acrylic artwork. His characters and their narratives exist somewhere between an ethereal fairy realm and a human world. With this blurring of reality, yet stark recognition of it and his muted palette, Huynh could have been an illustrator for vintage Grimm’s fairytale books. Huynh's counterpart in this exhibition is ceramic artist Jim Connell, whose glossed and matted pottery is inspired by teapots made in Yixing, China.