It was refreshing to go to a new show at the Art Crib in Claremont. It was fun to find the art in unexpected places. The show was in a house and backyard setting. It was intriguing to discover each piece as I explored the house. At the entrance was Paul Kelly's Geometric Project No. 4. It appeared as a video projection composed of shapes, and a real object which was cardboard. Throughout the backyard, I encountered miniature white houses. Because they were white, it forced the viewer to focus on the surroundings. I was mesmerized by the nets, weavings, and what seemed to be giant dreamcatchers. They were colorful and whimsical with faces woven into them. They were traps that catch your eyes.