Taking Shape is a two-person exhibition highlighting the work of Marsha Goldberg and Andrew Zimmerman. While Goldberg’s paintings on paper and Zimmerman’s painted wood sculptures differ in medium, materials and techniques, they share a sensibility in their exploration of color, shape, and space. Both artists engage in a kind of shape-shifting—repositioning, layering, stacking, or interlocking marks and elements to construct their work. Goldberg builds each composition through an accumulation of small circles rendered in layers of acrylic paint on translucent Yupo paper. She has recently incorporated rectangular shapes into a few of her paintings. For his wall-mounted sculptures, Zimmerman uses wood coated with automotive paint that he cuts and pieces together. In dialogue with these works is a series of recent tabletop sculptures that are more improvisational in nature. Working with a limited visual vocabulary of shapes, both Goldberg and Zimmerman create visually seductive surfaces that invite the eye to linger.