The large watercolor paintings on paper depict groupings of interacting nude figures. Rendered in a spectrum of bright hues and gray monochromes, the bodies change color or density in the areas where they come together. Precisely aligned eyes, heads, hands and feet, raise the question of whether the figures agree in their action or struggle for control through open-ended narratives.
The paintings show complex figure arrangements absent of landscapes or objects. The selective overlapping of figures refers to both the conflict and the unity inherent in struggles for identity and agency.