Round Pond painter and sculptor Kathleen Mack is known for exploring her eclectic interests, from the construction of the Bath bridge to the lyrics of Van Morrison’s “Madame George.” Her attention now is focussed on the images evoked in the “Commedia Del Arte.”

The result is “The Inferno Show” which is on view at River Arts’ Gallery II, 241 Route 1, Damariscotta, through Wednesday.

The exhibition takes its inspiration from “The Divine Comedy” by Dante Alighieri. Mack became reacquainted with the work in the last year.

She sculpted some figures in wax and cast them in bronze, and made oil paintings, both allegories and figure studies.

Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.