"Julia Hensley's works on paper are saturated and warped. They dangle from thumb tacks. Simple painted shapes are carefully cut and scattered within and throughout seas of blended color, transforming two-dimensional works into a floor-to-ceiling explosion. To step back is to witness Hensley's illogical architecture; her own angst-ridden order. Not only does it work, it captivates."
Exerpt from Angie Jones's review of "Inspired Geometries" at Form-Space-Light Gallery in 2008. To read the full review click here.