“Violet Moonrise,” while picaresque, suggests something more formidable upon closer inspection, and not all depicted players are congruous with the poolside idyll. Huey's paintings and collages are populated with faceless, scantily clad figures, but their potential for salaciousness is undercut by her sunshiny settings: bathers recline poolside or in oceanfront relaxation. Reverberating with vivid color, her landscapes blur the borders between intimacy, eeriness, and escapism. Though culled from a collection of her own and found photographs, the artist's work lacks specific landmarks, having more in common with dreams than actual snapshots.  Click here on Exhibition A to purchase.