“Off the Wall,” an exhibit that transcends the boundaries of a wall, was on display at the Reeves House Visual Arts Center through June 25. Viewers were invited into a liminal space where two- and three-dimensional art converges, escaping the confines of a frame. Ranging from minimalist to maximalist in style, the artists from Woodstock, Atlanta and beyond incorporated unconventional materials into their works, such as puzzle pieces, piano wire, painted screens and repurposed furniture.
Through Aug. 6, visit the Reeves House for “All the Fixins: Artists From the South.” Then check out “LatinX Voices” Aug. 10-Oct. 8. Admission is free. For more details, visit https://woodstockarts.org.