Larry Poons in the New York Times

"Half of a two-gallery show is better than none in the case of this maverick formalist’s recent efforts. Four paintings left up past the original closing date attest to his latest version of “all-over” surface compositions, painted one relatively free-standing stroke at a time using myriad colors. You expect to see nymphs and satyrs, or maybe Vuillard’s mother, to emerge from the turbulent thickets, but the curling, leaping marks remain their elaborately allusive selves, at once finicky and free and altogether engrossing."