Although the works on view linger within is in the same color palette, each piece has a distinct emotive quotient. Untitled (2015), for example, with its uncanny sense of perspective, evokes a kind of human supernova, a flurry of feeling, a sense of the sublime, like looking down a cliff over the edge of a sea. White space leaks out from the center to the sides, so that it appears as though something is forming while something else is being erased. In contrast, The Fight (2015) contains that white space within a flat pink surround. Playful, imperfect circles float in space, and amid streaks of color, like comet tails that emanate without origin. The title and the way the oils are smeared across the surface evoke a sense of oppositions at play.