"...James Horner works in an abstract style reminiscent of Jean-Michel Basquiat. His strong sense of color and line guide the mind through the painting until you begin to realize you are looking at the model. Along, with a strong grey background, the colors and objects are abstracted becoming one with the model. Reality itself is twisting and becoming her curves. There are also the colors of pink and orange contrasting with grey and black. You can feel the energy suggesting movement even though the model is still."
- Dominic Salerno, Bronx Art Guide
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