‘Color is Jane's emotional key, and, not surprisingly, her use of it is both extremely controlled and utterly subjective. Rarely brushed, it is applied in single, unmodulated dots, sometimes as tiny as a millimeter in diameter. The daubs come in geometric clusters, and within those tiny clusters the color breaks down further into discrete rows, like bands in a rainbow or light refracted through a prism. Tracking the colors up close will give you a deep respect for obsessive mark-making-and more than a little eyestrain. From afar they yield pure optical pleasure of the sort that just doesn't translate in reproduction’ (S. Schmerler, ‘Xylor Jane’, in Art in America, 12 October 2012, www.artinamericamagazine.com/reviews/xylor-jane/).