The artists currently on display at the JCC can be distinguished as much by their visions of the world as by the particular media they use. Kane isn't just interested in portraying the world in all its realistic detail (which he does exceptionally well in the pastel "Stones from Sugar Creek") but also in revealing the wonder of creation. Mallov, however, isn't so much interested in the particular details of a scene. While some of his paintings wouldn't seem out of place in a retrospective, say, of 19th century Impressionists, this can't be said of "New York: From Great Heights." Here, as direct sunlight hits, skyscrapers appear to disintegrate into explosions of color. For Martin, the natural world exists, perhaps, but beyond the canvas. In "I Had a Hard Time Watching Season 2 of Heroes," a maze of confused plot elements seemingly predominate his graphite on paper composition - as if said elements had recently jumped ship from the TV medium in total frustration. Through April 17; 317-251-9467, www.JCCIndy.org.