Zeller & Maier Review, L Magazine

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“Maier’s work remains partly rooted in figuration, as in the large-scale piece that gives her exhibition its title, “Giant Dipper” (2010), where thick, swooping lines of ink and airbrushed paints in bold tones convey the mountain-like forms of a rollercoaster track…

Daniel Zeller’s truly obsessive ink and acrylic abstractions in the adjacent space continue to evolve. In addition to works with two or three colors filling the narrow spaces between sharp concentric lines to evoke topographical maps and bacterial colonies, the exhibition Incomplete Analysis includes two large-scale and three smaller black and white works that further confound distinctions between micro- and macro-scales.”