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The sculptures that made her famous are tall wooden rectangular columns with precision carpentry; they are painted in subtle gradients of color that change under different light conditions. Her emphasis on light and color and her presence in the Washington, DC area linked her loosely to the Washington Color School.
She is also remembered for her journals, which chronicled the difficulties of balancing her family life with her artistic life.
- Daybook: The Journal of an Artist (1982)
- Turn: The Journal of an Artist (1986)
- Prospect: The Journal of an Artist (1996)
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