Highlights and shadows fall indiscriminately across architectural spaces, illuminating and obscuring. Colors change, warming and cooling, depending on the angle of the sun. Timothy McCool is curious about the various techniques that artists can employ to recreate and reinvent these rich visual perceptions. The act of translating the three-dimensional onto a flat two-dimensional plane offers an opportunity for creative interpretation and expansion. McCool received his MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. His work has been the subject of solo shows at Montserrat College of Art (MA), Bentley University (MA), and Carroll & Sons Gallery (Boston), and included in group shows at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Launch F18 Gallery (NYC). He was the artist in residence at the Boston Center for the Arts in Winter 2017 and was among the artists in residence at the Studios @ Mass MoCA, and the Arteles Creative Residency in Finland.