her earlier pieces like this one, "custodiat" often have these kind of abstract impressionist feeling but I see through lines in her works, in the colors she uses, in the text that she incorporates, her artwork is so layered, it has so much depth
Playboy: Are you hopeful that we will choose our future? William Sloane Coffin: It's possible, if not probable. If I can be theological for a moment, I think there's a great difference between being optimistic and being hopeful. I am not optimistic but I am hopeful. By this I mean that hope, as opposed to cynicism and despair, is the sole precondition for new and better experiences. Realism demands pessimism but hope demands that we take a dim view of the present because we hold a bright view of the future; and HOPE AROUSES AS NOTHING ELSE CAN AROUSE A PASSION FOR THE POSSIBLE
Transcribed Text: i'm glad i can feel pain
"...Kennedy is dead. Fabrics can be torn & shredded and fall apart. Social fabrics are the only thing that hold us together. This is a time to be strong. The national tendency under such devastating displays of violence is to collapse. I am afraid that a collapse would engender relapse, relapse into violence triggered by despair. I'm trying to be strong."
she often breaks up sections of text in non intuitive ways, which feels like it makes me look at a piece for longer, kind of trying to figure out the message, and it also often changes the meaning of the words or text (usually drawn from other sources)