Gonzaga University art professor Laura Carpenter Truitt uses shape, texture, and space to construct architectural landscapes that bleed through our physical realm into realms unknown. Her work operates on multiple thresholds that explore metaphor, architecture, structure, and a physicality. (de)clutter examines how to balance time in interior and exterior spaces, examines creation and destruction, and examines a midpoint of completeness. March 5-April 6, open Mon-Fri from noon-5 pm. Artist reception March 15 from 4:30-6 pm.