New works by Linda Robinson Gordon and Annette Turow will be on display through March 4.

Ms. Turow’s complex paintings and Ms. Robinson Gordon’s drawings and mixed media sculptures create a dynamic relationship in this exhibition. Working with various materials such as copper wire, mud, and paper, Ms. Robinson Gordon’s work speaks to a subtle beauty and delicate craftsmanship, while Ms. Turow’s paintings complement these organic sculptures and drawings by referencing the human body and abstracted forms.

Also on display through March 4 are small sculptures by Jill Birschbach. These small sculptures combine photography and ceramic material in order to document the people, spaces and important objects in her life. Combining these two elements by using photographic ceramic decals, Ms. Birschbach’s images merge with the glaze, rendering these moments permanently preserved and frozen in time.

All works are on display during regular hours at the Evanston Art Center, 1717 Central St.