3 Fish Gallery, 377 Cumberland Ave., Portland, presents “Not Like the Other,” featuring recent art by Max Leon and Erin Leon, a brother-sister art-making team.

The exhibition runs through May. Gallery hours are noon to 6 p.m. Thursday to Saturday, and by appointment.

Max Leon is a self-taught artist and draftsman. He has shown his work in galleries from Maine to Texas. He is inspired by architecture and the human figure, and explores the perspective, polygons, roman arches and right angles within the framework of the organic world. He intends for his work to bridge the gap between mathematical and abstract. To learn more, visit mortalityfigure.com.

Erin Leon is a printmaker at Pickwick Independent Press in Portland. She began her studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts with a concentration in drawing. She graduated from the Maine College of Art with a degree in printmaking.

She fuses classical methods with contemporary processes. Her recent “Zoo Series” is a body of relief prints that explores various animals, their textures and sizes. Her work can be seen at erinleon.blogspot.com.