Working on paper or silk, and with all manner of mediums, including charcoal, crayon, pencil, ink, watercolor, and collaged elements, Isabelle Fein makes intimate, winsome drawings ranging from representational to abstract. Her studies of film are apparent in many of her compositions, which read as stills, or vignettes cut from a larger narrative. In Walk (2014), for example, three figures approach each other on a bright yellow road; it is for viewers to determine who they are, where they are going, and how they will interact with each other. In No name (2014), she fills the center of the paper with a young woman’s sketchily rendered head and shoulders. The look on her face is introspective, ambiguous, and, as in all of Fein’s works, open to viewers’ interpretations.