Mary Schiliro pours acrylic color on strips of Mylar, which she then hangs a few inches in front of the wall. Sometimes perforated, the translucent strips create optical illusions—a cloud of orange hovering behind a pink strip, violet behind blue, green behind yellow. Like Dan Flavins without the fluorescent lightbulbs, or a peculiar cross between Peter Alexander’s resin sculptures and Morris Louis’ poured paintings, Schiliro does a lot with a little.

—Christopher Knight, Los Angeles Times