Hazel Jarvis, the darling artist of Greenwich, exhibited her latest collection of paintings, which featured maps and landscapes of local scenes, New Orleans, and the southwest. Greenwich landscape has found a new voice in Jarvis: “I really enjoy creating maps that try to give a sense of place rather than being cartographically correct. The narrative of the landscape is what interests me,” she explains. A keen observer of nature’s line and geometry with a twist of subtle, bright colors, she creates a visionary delight of a surreal psychedelic world reminiscent of David Hockney. The viewer is happily caught between figuration, storytelling, and an illustration of utopia. Jarvis’s paintings are to be experienced with joy.