One can get lost in the depth of the paintings by Vija Celmins. Eagerly anticipated by her extensive fan base, Celmins’ new body of work does not disappoint. Intimately scaled sea and sky paintings in her signature hyper-realist painting style are pure, absolute, and timeless beings that make no demands on the viewer other than to look and feel. Celmins works at an excruciatingly slow pace but the outcomes are well worth the wait. Her paintings work on a profound, intense, and metamorphic cognizance that gently pushes inward and drowns out the loud, the vulgar and the irritating in favour of a gratifying equanimity. At Matthew Marks through April 15.