Gianna Commito’s elegant geometric abstractions are kaleidoscopic fragmentations of every-day scenes seized from the artist’s daily routine. Commito’s geometric forms borrow confidently from Cubism and expertly employ a refined color palette that reminds of the free-spirited American ethos of Marsden Hartley. Stripes figure big in Commito’s work. They underscore vivid stylization of pictorial space and a heightened sense of color and composition. All-together they prove that life is worth living when viewed from different perspectives. At Rachel Uffner through February 25.