Although Charles Ladson’s paintings display the pretense of structure, the Georgia-based artist paints largely from intuition. Ladson plays with color and shapes, adding and subtracting until he reaches the point where, to quote Rembrandt “the painting is finished when the artist says it is”. Ladson’s moody settings are tinged with Surrealism where more often than not the subconscious trigger appears in the form of architecture or a peculiar perspective and where images that appear to be normal leave the viewer with a disquieting sense of unease. At Frosch & Portman through February 25.