Gallery 4culture, part of a public development authority in Seattle, is currently presenting a new exhibition titled “Landing” from University of Washington graduate Eric Eley. The artist has created a series of work that investigates space through the visual language of physics and cartography. The works are produced in the form of resin-coated drawings and linear sculptures, which push the boundaries of perspective, scale and form. In 2006, Eley exhibited “Intricate Matter” with Hedreen Gallery and “Small Expanse” with Kolva-Sullivan Gallery, both in Seattle. The artist completed a Taunt Fellowship and artist residency from the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana (2001), and was featured in an article in the Seattle Post in 2006.