Focusing on icons, iconography, and their migration from the religious to the secular in contemporary art, St. Tammany Art Association's latest group exhibition includes work by some of southeast Louisiana’s most interesting artists. Contemporary icon painting takes a broader, secular approach while drawing upon traditional icon imagery and processes, and is literally expressed by some artists but incorporated ambiguously by others. In this exhibit a series of interpretive elements are included to encourage discussion and awareness of art, history, imagery, and society in constantly evolving relationships. Icons features artwork by Douglas Bourgeois (St. Amant), Leslie Staub (Folsom), John Hodge and Francie Rich (Covington); and from New Orleans, Jacqueline Bishop, Chris Guarisco, Jessica Goldfinch, Thomas Mann, Monica Zeringue, and Alan Gerson. At the St. Tammany Art Association Gallery, 320 North Columbia Street, through February 1. sttammanyartassociation.org.