Mary Ann Peters has created works in mediums from bronze to lemons to flour. In slipstream, she juxtaposes sculptures made from glycerin and a painted survival blanket with watercolor/gouache paintings and ink on clayboard. She explores displacement and flux using the metaphor of water, based partly upon her experience as an artist-in-residence in Cassis, France. Her style ranges from black-and-white abstraction to expressionist landscape, but the whole exhibit evokes the precariousness of a refugee existence. This is your chance to discover the breadth of this Seattle artist's mastery, which earned her a Stranger Genius Award in 2015.