“The work, superimpositions of discernible pattern awash in vibrancy, dwells in the space between the decorative and the necessary, between wallpaper and camouflage. Biological shapes caught mid-morph, dissolving the distinction between figure and ground, perpetuating depth with flatness, luminosity with de-saturation, manifestations of energy that cohere unexpectedly, memorably caught on the cusp of movement.” Ravi Shankar, The Exhibitionist: Inside, Backstage Behind the Scenes, The Boston Globe, 2007.