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Working in a medium that amounted almost to a Paleolithic fresco technique — paint on, in and over plaster — the artist carried the trans-vegetal themes . . . many steps further in vigorously dense, rigorously lyrical plastic approximations not only of natural landscape of cave walls, but the human imagination Itself, perhaps even some illuminated corner of the human psyche. Given the primal and fabulous nature of that deep psyche, DuBasky’s is necessarily a fierce, yet enlightening, incisive, yet atmospheric engagement with her surface. DuBasky’s vision is, for all its abstractness, somehow sure, her site being aligned with deep insight. . . . This is an artist whose inner worlds are never worlds apart, and who also seems to have inner worlds to spare.  

— Gerrit Henry, ART IN AMERICA

Syntax

1998, acrylic on panel, 90 x 98 inches 

Site

 1998, acrylic on panel, 90 x 98 inches 

Tonglun

1998, acrylic on panel, 90 x 98 inches 

Witness

 1999, collage, pigments, gold and tar on panel, 18 x 24 inches 

Milky Way 

1999, collage, pigments, gold and tar on panel, 16 x 20 inches 

Cloud 

1999, collage, pigments, gold and tar on panel, 16 x 20 inches