Buster Graybill straddles two worlds.
One is the 21st-century cosmos of contemporary art with its cerebral (some would say self-involved) machinations.
The other is the working-class rural East Texas environs of his youth, where hunting is as much a sport as a means to put food on the table.
Graybill smartly dovetails the two disparate worlds in his current exhibit “Progeny of Tush Hog” at Laguna Gloria.
The site’s suburban parklike environs make a potent setting for Graybill’s intelligent commentary of how urban development and nature collide.