Skewed perspective, quirky colors and patterns with a sense of fun and a tinge of foreboding navigate the anxieties of life with humor and fantasy in my “Askew” series


“…her work in the past few years has become ever more resolutely abstract. In the “Askew” series, hints of interiors—staircases, hallways, windows, doors, and ceilings—tease the eye with suggestions of depth even as the surface patterning insists the imagery is really two-dimensional. It’s a kind of push-pull phenomenon, not unlike the one that played a big part in Hans Hoffman’s theories in the middle of the last century.”  -Ann Landi, Founder and Editor, & Director, Wright Contemporary, Taos, NM