George Marshall Store Gallery, 140 Lindsay Road in York, features the work of artists Gordon Carlisle and Barbara Sullivan through July 12.

Carlisle, of Eliot, is a well-known muralist who has completed 36 public art commissions in New England. His exhibit, “Of Two Minds,” focuses on his paintings, mixed-media works and collages that serve as the foundation of his artistic practice. A press release about the exhibit says he sees himself a “pluralist.” His work portrays the serious side of an artist who just wants to paint. Viewers will also see a side of him that needs to comment with humor and satire on the absurdities of the world, the release said. Several paintings are self-portraits of Carlisle mowing his lawn. He also takes on political topics, such as American foreign policy.

Sullivan’s “All the Comforts of Home” features ordinary everyday objects: armchairs, pots and pans, chainsaws, birds and animals in nature. They are sometimes presented singularly and other times arranged in groupings or as a part of a drawing pinned to the gallery wall.

Sullivan, of Solon, will give a gallery talk and demonstration at 3 p.m. on June 28.

Both exhibits are on display through July 12. The gallery’s hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday.

For more information, call 351-1083 or go to georgemarshallstoregallery.com.