Experimental film, performance, and installation artist Clifton Childree took up painting in order to create backdrops for his films and mixed-media work. After more than a decade living and working in Miami, he has developed his own style, with influences that range from highway billboards to the plants and colors in his Florida garden to his interest in dance-movement notation. “Storm Inn,” a solo exhibition of his paintings, is on display at Emerson Dorsch Gallery, thanks to funding from Oolite Arts’ Ellies awards, which honored Childree in 2019. Through November 7. Noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, at Emerson Dorsch, 5900 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-576-1278; emersondorsch.com. Admission is by appointment only. Suzannah Friscia
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