Art Meets Architecture program places contemporary art in the cases. This month it's even more eccentric, as it shows the work of neon artists Linda Sue Price and Michael Flechtner. Both Price's largely abstract and gestural works and Flechtner's more pop art– and pun-centric works sending up signs, symbols and quirks of language inhabit the space with pizzazz, making it a priority stop on tonight's Downtown Art Walk, or anytime you're in the neighborhood this month.
Enter the elaborate and ornate architecture space of the Fine Arts Building lobby downtown, and it feels more like a Victorian church or maybe Hogwarts than a place of business. A designated historic landmark, its carved stone, warm wood and brass, marble floors, charming balustrades and especially the Gothic glass vitrines that line the lobby walls are worth seeing on their own merits. It is an unexpected and always engaging proposition, then, when the