Lynda Monick-Isenberg’s “K’riah: Rending the Garment” (below), graphite and gouache on plastic velum, is part ofÂ Sketch Work, an exhibit of drawings on display Dec. 16–Jan. 22 at Form + Content Gallery in Minneapolis. According to curator Christopher Atkins, the artists were asked to “think about sketching in new terms.” In her artist statement, Monick-Isenberg said her piece was drawn during the 2010 Gulf Oil Spill. “It asks about humanity’s effect on the Earth,” she said, adding that the K’riah is the “black ribbon of mourning worn by Jews and torn as an expression of grief and anger at the loss of a loved one.” For information visit: www.formandcontent.org. — E.E.B.