Jeanne O'Connor's black-and-white photographs dream in color. Each is printed on a transparent sheet of Kodalith that reveals passages of paint, colored pencil, felt-tipped pen and collage applied selectively to a sheet of drawing paper underneath.
In "Catherine's Kitchen" the artist offers three reworkings of a domestic scene awash in reflections and shadows to show the changing colors and patterns of different times of day. "Paper Lanterns" is an image of droopy paper bags holding candles and resting on the plump contours of an adobe stairway. Gentle drifts of pink and blue give the scene a dreamy allure. Tinted cars parked on a street in an industrial neighborhood with improbably hued buildings clothe an untitled workaday scene with an aura of otherworldliness.