There is a lot going on in Keltie Ferris’ expressive abstract paintings. Amorphous forms writher across canvas getting roped in by looping black lines which in turn want to find their own bulbous shapes. A scattering of pixeled dots appears but is negated by thick grey erasures as if, by a carefully constructed pattern, the concrete wall was allowed in. Elsewhere, small chunks of oil paint mixed with marble dust build up to a topography that allows the eye to re-adjust from intermittent smudged blurriness. The color palette in this focused show veers from phosphorescent reds and blues to serene pastels and earthy ambers; altogether a vivacious and deeply rewarding visual adventure. At Mitchell-Innes & Nash through May 19.