This exhibition served as an exploration of the mineral gypsum and its various forms represented through the mediums of painting, sculpture and installation. This July 2011 exhibit included Dalton and McClellan’s collaborative paintings of unusual gypsum specimens along with Harold’s site specific installation using Colorado Alabaster, plaster, and drywall. The exhibition’s concept was to illustrate gypsum’s unique and distinctive beauty as a natural occurring mineral alongside the mineral’s rustic and maleable roll as a construction material. Minerals are accepted, used and mined by the world, in turn mineralogy affects the way in which we view our world and its resources. The artists sought to explore their relationships with this specific mineral through installation art’s immediacy of process and through articulate study and collaboration.