Anyone simple-minded enough to think (as did this reviewer) that these paintings look like awnings or mattress ticks, is light-years away from their subtle, esoteric significance.
Stripes are the theme of most of these 17 recent paintings, which range in size from one about 90 square feet to several a foot or so in dimensions. Some have pencil thin stripes close together, other wider stripes farther apart, showing more natural white canvas.
By Florence Berryman
Published on January 22, 1961