Inspired by life in New York City, artist Rob Mango explores the relationships between apparently dissimilar elements as a way to discover meaning. The artist perceives the world as a depository of references, with symbolism derived from cultural objects and the natural environment. These autobiographical works bring together painting and sculpture, offering a dimensional presentation of Mango’s conceptual compositions, which he generated during his nightly runs through Manhattan. The RHAPSODY exhibition includes vestiges of reality, carefully rendered architecture and natural settings, all of which are transformed into allegory, leading the viewer to an alternate reality. This exhibition was organized through Katharine T. Carter & Associates. Exhibitions and programs are free and open to the public. The gallery is located in the Gannett Memorial Library Lower Concourse.