Martin Rollins is known for his vibrant, Edward Hopper-esque pastels of local landmarks. “This, That and The Other” is not about those works of art. It’s about the art Rollins makes for himself. Like his landscapes, these pieces have the same remarkable atmosphere and tone, but his usual patient and deliberate hand is freed to have a more loose and gestural style. What appears to be a simple still life of pears, upon deeper observation, become firing squad victims, or representative witnesses to the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald or Malcolm X. These small touches of a surrealist nature continue into light-hearted groupings of animals with a melancholy tone. It’s a fascinating look at what an artist creates when no one is looking.