For her newest works with Durham Press, each one a woodblock print on handmade paper, Apfelbaum has created a grid of diamond shapes, separated by thin lines. Each diamond contains one of several possible designs: circles; horizontal, vertical, and diagonal lines; fields of solid color; smaller diamonds, and combinations of many designs and colors at once. the works are printed in a variety of bright, appealing colors, with a large set of purples, blues, greens, yellows, and so on. In Rusticiana (all works 2014), the largest of the prints—a nearly seven-foot square—the grid is enormous and enveloping. The array subtly resolves into larger movements by interrelated diamonds as the surface congeals and disperses at various points.