“That moment of reflection taught me something else lost on-line, the size of these works. A painting that looked like a study under a microscope is five feet on a side. Imagined in its reality, it acquires the bare beauty of abstraction. Other images that somehow have ample room for points of ink-like detail, like a geode, run no more than a foot across.¬†Large forms also have a strange fineness, but in motion. In that new triptych, a wave seems to have moved from left to right. It bursts the bounds of a single panel, like an Asian screen. Yet it, too, is small. Artists like to distinguish size from scale, but here the distinction has a way of unsettling what I think I saw “.

John Haber, (art writer) New York 2002