These floral portals to brighter days are monumental in more ways than one. Sunny marks Chicago-based Judy Ledgerwood’s first return to the NYC gallery scene in some years with a cohesive series of large paintings she started in January 2021. One or two paintings in the show echo its sole sculpture with impasto oil enthusiastically accenting the picture plane. Still more command physicality by mimicking tapestry — clever white gaps at the top create a rudimentary trompe l’oeil where flat works look like hanging cloths. At the opening, Ledgerwood said she’s exploring patterns by breaking them, too, through her own human hand’s natural imperfections. Until February 11.