PRESS: Hyperallergic

"Using acrylic, oil, automobile paint, powdered graphite, resin, and other stuff, she builds up the surfaces of her paintings using overlapping circular shapes that billow all over the canvas before being temporarily engulfed in poured paint. She repeats this process again and again, sometimes taking up to a year to complete a set of works, resulting in an engrossing tension between suggestions of seascapes or flora, and an abstractionist’s interest in the patterning of one mark or shape next to another. Their sophistication rewards careful looking, and these pictures alone made the long drive out of Chicago worthwhile."

Philip Harigan, Hyperallergic