There is a vibrant sense of pageantry to this year’s Pawtucket Foundation Prize Exhibition. A veritable crowd of art jostles for attention; from a multitude of bold 2-D works installed salon style one above the other, to sentinel 3-D works that arch, bend, gallop or stand at attention. A large-scale painting on panel by Jaclyn Tomasso holds center stage, both in the gallery space and by its commanding presence. In the midst of purple and golden clouds stands a young woman looking down from on high and directly at the viewer. Deified with a bright halo around her head, barely dressed in a translucent, open robe, the figure stands with arms flung wide, as if she were creating the entire exhibition around her. Titled Can You Dig It?, Tomasso’s painting was selected by Juror Morris ...