Carrie Moyer’s paintings engage in legacies of Modernist abstraction, including such key female figures as Georgia O’Keeffe, Helen Frankenthaler, and Elizabeth Murray. At once knowing and playful, they are portals into uncanny, theatrical spaces. Viewers are invited into a natural world, stylized or “queered” through humor and the graphic regimens of design and decoration. Color is saturated and luscious. Paint handling shifts from slick to matte to glitter-encrusted. In Moyer’s paintings, the cerebral and the sensual converge, making space for imagination and pleasure.