The works on view attest to the artist’s keen sense of composition. Among them is an acrylic-on-paper work titled, SF 79 – 852 (1979). Its dominant motif is a boldly outlined black rectangle, which appears off-kilter at the center of the composition. It is formed of lines resembling calligraphic brushstrokes; at its center are delicate stains of paint. First white, which bleeds into the rectangle’s black edges. Then, on top of the white, violet, which spreads into and merges with the white under layer, imparting to it subtle shades of blue. This vividly realized shape is set into an otherwise blank page, whose emptiness serves to heighten its richness.