Between Dirt and Sky is an exhibition of paintings about our quirky, haunted southern landscape. Related to the touring museum exhibition White Gold (which began at CAM Raleigh), these more intimate works refer to dense agricultural fields (cotton in particular) and the barns which act as protecting sentinels, overseeing the furrows. Each of these pieces were made from somewhere between hand and mind, chance and control, beauty and tragedy . . . somewhere between dirt and sky.