Any notion that humanity has learned piety, reconciliation, harmony and co-existence since the right panel of Hieronymus Bosch’s famous triptych, is thoroughly dispelled by Canyon Castator’s comic book-like nightmarish scenes. Rendered collage-style with oil on canvas, the Los Angeles-based painter delves into the bizarre mayhem of today’s technologically rich/emotionally poor netherworld of consumer gratification, online sex, violence and substance abuse. Castator may replace grisaille and religious imagery with Pop colors and cartoon cut-outs but the result is as clear as it was in the Renaissance: humanity is doomed and we are headed straight to hell. At Postmasters through February 10.