Two exhibitions will share the limelight at the Allie Griffin Art Gallery this month."Entangled" features the work of Estevan artist Twyla Exner. Her sculptures and drawings employ the notion of recreating the natural world with the technological world. Using wires, cords and electrical connectors, she imitates plant pods, root systems and human physiological forms, reproducing hybrids of technology and nature that appear to be growing, reforming, overtaking and devouring electronic infrastructures and architectural spaces."Blind Contour" features a series of drawings by two artists - Sarah Jane Holtom's drawings of her dog and Brandon Doty's hockey drawings. Both artists use the technique of "blind contour," in which the artist does not look at the drawing they are making (or only with quick glances) and instead, they keep their eyes on what they are drawing. Both artists use the simplest of materials and the blind contour technique to make drawings that are conceptually strong and extremely interesting.Both exhibitions are on view until April 19.