The Stone show is installed on the other end of Robischon, in a large gallery in the back. The appeal of Stone's pieces lies in their quiet and contemplative beauty, and those characteristics provide a perfect chaser to the glitz of the Pfaff works and the strong graphic quality of most of the Hernandos.
The Stones on view can be split between her lyrical abstractions in acrylic on Duralar and incorporating paper collage elements, and her wall-mounted installations made of cut aluminum painted in monochromes in oil. Interestingly, though I've seen her pieces before, I had never connected Stone's paintings with her sculptures, but in this show it's clear that the shapes of the three-dimensional pieces can also be found in the paintings.
"And to the Peacock — Beauty," by Judy Pfaff, mixed materials and fluorescent light.
"More Night, More Fire," by Ana Maria Hernando, acrylic and ink on paper.