Cynthia Beth Rubin exhibits new works investigating experimental approaches to the integration of two very different bodies of work: depictions of oceanic plankton as vital life forms, and her resolve to explore the legacy of Jewish art over the centuries. Through micrography, the little writing in decorative patterns that for centuries embellished Biblical text both visually and conceptually, combined with an expressive drawing style rarely applied to scientific subjects, Rubin finds meaningful ways to merge these seemingly divergent subjects.