Blame it on the History Channel's Hiroshima documentaries or the section in theology class on the Rapture. Apocalyptic visions are undeniably enthralling. I don't know about you, but I can't help but contemplate how mass hysteria would look, feel and smell. So when I come across a show like "Gardening With Oscar Oiwa: New Paintings" at ASU Art Museum, it's only natural for me to have a major staring problem at his large-scale paintings that depict not-so-distant future worlds of collapsed infrastructure, parasitic oxygen and utter... More >>>