There's never a shortage of color in Jillian Evelyn's art. Updating the classical art genre of nude female figures, Evelyn's paintings portray nude women sitting alone in their personal spaces with facial expressions of angst and disconnection. Hard lines, angles, shapes and curves bring an energy to each body, even as they sit still in awkward positions, lost in thought, while jazzy color schemes contrast and play with each other. Evelyn's solo show at Artists Republic Gallery displays more of this motif, with modernist and low brow sensibilities shining through. Explore this show full of colorful bods, of which Picasso himself would probably approve.