John Massier's curatorial introduction to the work
Richard Huntington, of The Buffalo News: One painting is a big wall piece on plexiglass. The other two together form a bizarre and wonderful diptych, made up of two long, flat boxes fitted on both sides with plexiglass "windows." Abstract paintings are applied to the inside of the plexiglass, the strokes of which allow clots of Play Doh and extrusions of caulking foam to be seen within. Each unit projects outward, one on each side of a free-floating wall; the free ends hung from the ceiling by a crude rope and dowel "trapeze." The boxes are at the very end of the wall, allowing them to be viewed together from one side.