Some works, such as two of her untitled pieces (both 2015), originate from one point, exploding or disappearing into darkness; the shape seems to personify sound, as if blasting from the mouth of a trumpet: washes of blue and black ripple outwards like waves in one; more defined swaths of bold reds, blues, yellows and blacks twist through another. These blasts of color are repeated in the rolling Merengue 6 (2015), a fitting title. Other words are more field-based in their composition. Drum-like staccatos speed across the paper in wet ink in Abstract Dots Small (2014), highly controlled by their gesture but also dependent upon the potential absorption of the ink as it spreads outwards. This flower-like quality is repeated again in looser form with Untitled (2015), which takes a random composition of marks and allows them to come into their own until much of the paper is covered by the deep black and blue.