Painter Audrey Stone uses color gradients to mark time, each color signifying a "slow, methodical labor." According to the gallery, Stone would sometimes devote an entire day to painting a single color band. She worked on this series of 18 paintings following her mother's death. Spectrums of color--sometimes sharply delineated and sometimes blending--are encapsulated within strict rectangular and diagonal forms. They often evoke a vivid but undefined event horizon, as if conjured from a vague memory in the viewer.